Suhasini Muthukrishnan a multi-talented dancer, specializes in Bharatha Natyam and other folk dances. It was the totality of the dance form of Bharatha Natyam, the combination of expressions, music, rhythm and dance that inspired her.
While training at Kalakshetra, Suhasini completed not only her schooling but also her Bachelor’s degree in Commerce. She has had the privilege to work with numerous dancers and choreographers such as Prof. Shri. C.V. Chandrashekhar, The Dhananjayans, Late. Smt. Krishnaveni Lakshmanan, Smt. Ambika. S. Buch, Ms. Lakshmi Vishwanathan, Shri. G. Narendra, Smt. Radhika Surjit, Actor Vineeth and L. Narendra Kumar to name a few which has not only widened her perspective and opened horizons but also made her the dancer she is today. In 2017, Suhasini was conferred as an empaneled artist by the prestigious Indian Government's Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR). She is also a member of the International Dance Council CID at UNESCO, the official world-wide organization for dance.
As the founder of Sharmadayini academy, she now teaches dance enthusiasts with the same dedication and conviction with which she learnt, and in the process loving every second of dancing and never compromising on quality.
Established in 1936, Kalakshetra is an internationally renowned institution for fine arts founded by the legendary Smt.Rukmini Devi Arundale.
Professor Shri. C. V. Chandrasekhar, is one of India’s senior most Bharatanatyam dancers. His presentation of Bharatanatyam technique at its finest for over six decades continues to be an inspiration for all dancers. His notable choreographic works include Kalidasa’s Ritu Samharam and Meghadootham, Aparajitha, Pancha Maha Bhootham, Arohanam, Bhoomija, Brahmarageeth, Kreeda and many others. Smt. Jaya Chandrasekhar, Smt. Chitra Dasarathy, Smt.Manjari Chandrasekhar, Smt. Pushpashankar and Smt. Nirmala Nagarajan are the other mentors / experts who have studied here and cherish the ideals of Kalakshetra with whom Suhasini had and still continues to hone her skills.
Suhasini proved her worthiness as the disciple of the great master, C. V. Chandrasekhar.
That one 'look' was enough to convey the dancer's depth and maturity.
The Bharatha Natyam style of dance you performed was both energizing and beautiful to our audience.
Suhasini dances with her Soul, Thank you so much for the unique moment of dancing
Appreciated her role as a dance conductor for a classical dance performance at ITA Center for Performing Arts, Guwahati, Assam.
While Suhasini reflected a freshness coupled with innocence the final scene was a touching portrayal as the dejected plant.
Suhasini used her mobile face for graceful communication of ideas and presented an interesting interpretation of the poet's words in “Navarasa Bharathi” performed at Karthik Fine Arts, Chennai.
“Ushas” A dance tribute to Max Muller was a fine stroke of creativity. Suhasini was vibrant and had ample scope to exhibit their skill in dance as well as perfect co-ordination on stage.
It was a pleasure to see Suhasini Performing- She captures our attention, Her lines were perfect and she brings the Rasa or the spirit of dance beautitfully in her dance!!!