Irudaya Dance Company is our teaching and performing company based in Toronto. We teach various techniques and the importance of Bharathanatyam, while encouraging our students to explore their creativity. Having explored other dance genres like Bollywood, Gaana and Tamil cinema as Inter-University competition choreographers throughout our postsecondary education, we are confident in our ability to teach these genres alongside Bharathanatyam.
How would you like to inspire and connect the future generation of Tamils around the world? Here at TamilCulture.com (TC), that’s exactly what we’re trying to do. Our goal is to inspire, empower and connect the global Tamil community through storytelling.
Every year as a Tamil, when I wake up and look at the date on May 1st, a faint, yet distantly familiar pain begins to arise. It is somewhat like an echo, something that, to varying degrees and at varying times, I have tried to obscure. And yet it remains, it persists throughout the year and suddenly intensifies during the month of May.
It seems like not a day goes by that we don’t hear about Silicon Valley; the epicentre of the tech industry. Nestled south of the San Francisco Bay Area, tech elite from all over the world have flocked to the region known for spawning some of the most recognizable and innovative tech products.
Toronto is home to a wonderful mix of Tamil artists from backgrounds such as film, music, fashion, literature, visual arts, social media and more! TC’s Artsy Brunch aims to bring the creative community, and those who support their work, together to celebrate their work.