Yale Jashan Bhangra
Yale Jashan is a cultural dance troop that celebrates the vibrant South Asian dance known as Bhangra. The art is grounded in a traditional dance performed in the Punjab region of South Asia, with influence from modern pop and hip-hop styles.
Yale Jashan Bhangra is a highly visible group that connects the greater Yale population to the fun, colorful traditions of South Asia. Yale students from across the college and graduate schools comprise the team. YJB practices three times per week in preparation for performances on and off campus, in addition to competitions held throughout the country.
Anyone interested in learning bhangra should come to our free workshops, September 5th and September 6th from 7-9 pm in Payne Whitney Gym Studio E/F (5th floor) — no previous experience required!
For those wishing to join the team, please come to auditions on Thursday, September 7th, 2017 from 7-9 pm in Payne Whitney Gym Studio E/F (5th floor). We'll teach you a short segment and perform alongside you. If you cannot attend but are interested in auditioning, please email firstname.lastname@example.org as soon as possible.
- We seek to share our passion with the community
- We honor an ancient tradition and culture with our dance
- We embrace Bhangra as a competitive dance form and perform at competitions throughout the United States and abroad
Want Us to Perform?
Please contact our captains if you'd like us to perform or provide Bhangra lessons!
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