Welcome to Technique-Colour!

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By Mesha Wickremesinghe

Technique-colour will take place on  Friday the 20th of October at the Lionel Wendt Theatre at 7 p.m   Here’s what the directress Mrs. Kanthi Ranchigoda has to say about the upcoming event;  “It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to my latest production.  We are delighted to present to you our showpiece – ‘Technique-Colour’.  

Untitled-1The production celebrates Technique and Colour and we hope through our dances to epitomise ‘Vibrance, Movement, Glamour and lots of COLOUR!’

My passion for dance has been steadfast through the years and though some may consider teaching dance a career, for me it is a lifestyle. All children have innovative ways of expressing themselves through movement and It is a treat for me to watch them dance and move. 

My journey in dance started over thirty-seven years ago with a few students. I began teaching classical ballet and freestyle but in time adopted Tap, Jazz, Hip-Hop, Bollywood and contemporary movement to my repertoire. I have begun aerobics and ‘stay fit routines’ that are tailor made for children and adults and these have become increasingly popular among the millennial and adults. I believe as a dance teacher it is important for me to encourage students to express themselves and celebrate movement in the ways they feel fitting. I just add technique and discipline to guide them. 

It is a physical, emotional and spiritual connect that encompasses dance. Learning dance should be a pleasure right from the start, and to me the time I spend teaching in the studio constitutes the best part of my day. I have consistently viewed dance as a way to enrich both performers and audience lives.

I am proud to congratulate each and every one of my students and wish them luck in all their future endeavors!”

Await the production where the dancers portray emotion and culture through their carefully choregraphed moves by Directress Kanthi Ranchigoda!










on Friday the 
20th of October
at the Lionel 
Wendt Theatre 
at 7 p.m




Pic courtesy  
Karvin Fernando