Aishwarya Balasubramanian (previously Aishwarya Narayanaswamy) is one of Chennai’s most popular Bharathnatyam dancers and the senior most student of renowned Guru Acharya Choodamani Smt. Anitha Guha.
Aishwarya Balasubramanian began her career early, as a five year old student and performer at Anitha Guha’s Bharathanjali, stunning audiences with her amazing grace, clarity of footwork and beauty of expression.
Over the years, with intense training, inherent commitment and a rigorous discipline, Aishwarya has evolved into a much sought after performing artiste, presenting across cultural organizations in India and overseas at premier dance festivals and prominent sabhas.
It is her precise technique; unending energy and flawless movements that makes Aishwarya shine in central roles in Bharatanjali’s dance ballets and thematic presentations. Rasikas are often thrilled by her sculpted poses and depth of abhinaya.
Titles like “Singar Mani”, “Nalanda Nritya Nipuna”, “Natya Chudar” that have been bestowed on Aishwarya are not just a reflection of her astonishing potential and promise but an acknowledgement of a dancer who leads her generation by setting exacting standards.
Marriage or child hasn’t come in Aishwarya’s way as she has now deeply engaged herself in not just performances but choreography, nattuvangam, music, theory of dance and teaching, while continuing to focus on the margam. “I feel happiest when I am dancing. Each performance deserves my best and I try to give it!”, says Aishwarya.
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