Neena Gulati is the director of the Triveni School of Dance in Brookline, Massachusetts, which she founded over twenty years ago. She has taught hundreds of Indian and American students, sixty of whom have performed their Arangetram (the first complete recital danced on a professional stage).
Neena was born in New Delhi, India, and began dancing when she was only four years old. She performed her Arangetram at the Fine Arts Theater in New Delhi in 1961. On Human Rights Day in 1964, Neena was invited to perform at the United Nations General Assembly in the distinguished presence of Mrs. John F. Kennedy, Adlai Stevenson, and many foreign dignitaries.
Neena moved to the United States in 1967. Since then, she has performed at universities throughout the country. In the past few years, Neena has done a series of collaborations with the poet, Robert Bly. In these performances, she has choreographed dances to Bly's versions of poems by the Indian poets Kabir and Mirabai.
Neena and her students have given at least 50 performances in the past year at multicultural events in Massachusetts. Neena is on the roster of artists recommended by the Massachusetts Cultural Council for school programs.
For more information on Triveni School of Dance contact Neena Gulati at (617)232-3189.
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Updated Tuesday, January 23, 2001