Roger Sinha, Artistic Director of Sinha Danse, has presented his works both nationally and internationally. His inspiration stems from a deep felt and intense need to reclaim his Indian heritage and to use this tradition to shape a modern expression of his reality. His work uses the universality of the body to explore cultural harmony and dissonance, and tensions created by the collision of East and West. Roger Sinha’s works have been presented throughout Canada, Europe, Asia and the USA. Several of his piece have been filmed for television. Beautifully expressive mudras (hand gestures) and the rhythmically complex footwork of Indian dance combine with the full body movements of modern, ballet and the martial arts. Critical successes include Burning Skin (1992), LOHA (2000), THOK (2002) and Apricots Trees Exist (2004). He recently finished a two week run of his new solo Zeros & Ones and his 3rd duet collaboration with Natasha Bakht entitled Thread.
Me encantó la forma de incorporar elementos modernos a una danza tan maravillosa y dificil