As part of Ichabod’s Explorers summer enrichment program, we are planning two events for families. These performances will feature special guest artists and we are so excited to announce our first summer Explorers performer will be dance artist, Rachna Agrawal!
We would like to invite you to join us on July 15, from 6-7 p.m. in the High School Auditorium
If you plan to join us for this summer Explorers! performance, please fill out this short Google form. This performance is open to all ICC students, parents, and guardians.
Please note, auditorium capacity may be limited due to the ongoing construction work and applicable COVID-19 guidelines. In the event that we reach capacity, families will be admitted on a first come, first served basis. Families will be notified prior to the event if registration reaches capacity.
All unvaccinated attendees (except children under the age of 2) are required to wear a mask or face covering while in the school building.
Learn more about Rachna below and on her website:
Performer, choreographer, educator, and a published author Rachna Ramya Agrawal received a Master’s degree in dance from the prestigious Pracheen Kala Kendra in India. She also trained in Choreography at the Natya Institute of Choreography in New Delhi, India. In addition to her degrees in dance, Rachna also holds an MBA from the University of Hartford, a Master’s degree in Hindi Literature from Delhi University and a senior diploma in Classical Indian Vocal Music from Prayag Sangeet Samiti. Rachna has won many awards in dance in recognition of her achievements in dance. Currently she is on teaching faculty at Trinity College in Hartford and is also the Artistic Director of the Sumbhaav School of Kathak Dance. Rachna is listed in Teaching Artists rosters of CT Office of the Arts and Arts for Learning. She has published a novel in Hindi, titled “Digbhramit” and a book on her dance form, titled “Kathak: the Dance of Storytellers”. Rachna is the recipient of the “2020/2021 Distinguished Achievement in Dance Award, awarded by the Connecticut Dance Alliance.
Rachna has performed extensively and has been featured many times on Indian national television. Her performances and workshops include the World Music Institute, NY; Museum of Natural History, NY; Harvard University, MA; University of Oklahoma, University of Massachusetts; The Institute for Studies in American Music, NY; Augusta Savage Gallery, MA; Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts, University of Connecticut, University of Hartford, CT; Southern Connecticut State University, City lore, NY; Polyhedron, Chicago and various other colleges, museums, dance organizations.