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Welcome to Singapore Indian Fine Arts Society
The Singapore Indian Fine Arts Society was founded in the year 1949 and has completed now 62 years of establishment. The Society is devoted to the teaching of the classical arts in a non-formal environment. It began humbly, with just 12 members. Today it has a Principal, Academy Registrar, 25 full time teachers, over 1500 members and about 1,800 students with a pan-Indian curriculum that reflects the cultural diversity of a vast country with an ancient heritage .Developing and sustaining that curriculum has been one of the greatest challenges for the Society so far, but one which has yielded many benefits. It has fostered homegrown talent and created an awareness and understanding of the Indian cultural heritage, particularly valuable in the multi-ethnic Singapore.
 
 
 
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Sifas Festival 2014 - Event List

SIFAS Festival of Indian Classical Dance and Music 2014

Festival programme details
Start Date : 29th Mar 2014
End Date : 11th Apr 2014

PRAYAANA - A Journey Through Dance

A Bharatanatyam performance by students of Guru Sanjit Lal

Date : Sat, 15th March 2014
Time : 7:30 pm
Venue : SIFAS Auditorium

 

Sifas Festival 2014

SIFAS Festival of Indian Classical Dance and Music 2014

Festival programme details
Start Date : 29th Mar 2014
End Date : 11th Apr 2014

Nritta Saagara

A Bharatanatyam performance by students of Guru Sakitha Jinoranjan & Guru Gayathri Chachithanandar

Date : Sunday, 23rd Feb 2014
Time : 7:00 pm
Venue : SIFAS Auditorium

 
 
 
 
 
 
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