Join us for an evening of dance, music, and drinks in celebration of Rovaco's 2018-19 Season! Featuring beatboxing by Fernando Acevedo, piano performance by Stanislav Fridman, after-party beats by Cameron Mckinney/DJ Tokyo Drifter, and FREE beers for all! Tickets are available via the link below starting at $15.
Rohan Bhargava is back at his alma mater as part of NYU's Tisch Dance Alumni Workshop. Under the guidance of dance legend Gus Solomons Jr. he will be working on a new solo for dancer Nico Gonzales which will eventually be a part of our new evening length work for CUNY Dance Intiative. Catch the work-in-progress showing on Sunday, July 1st -- no RSVP is required.
Rohan Bhargava and Nico Gonzales travel to Vermont, VT to teach a 4-day long summer intensive geared for ages 11 through 18. Daily classes in ballet, contemporary, and dance composition.
Rohan Bhargava is honored to be a guest teacher for the reputed Parsons Dance Company's summer intensive in New York City. He will be teaching two back-to-back contemporary floorwork classes with a hip-hop flair!
Rovaco is super excited to host our FIRST EVER open call for dancers in New York City. We are looking for one male performer to join the company's current season with paid rehearsals, tours, and performances! Check out the link below and apply before spots fill out, audition by invite only!
Rovaco Dance is proud to present a 15-minute excerpt from Kool Kids 2.0 at the Periapsis Guest Showcase. Performances will be in the prestigious arts theater of Long Island University in Downtown Brooklyn. Early bird prices and artist discount available through link below!
Join us for a three course meal, live music, dance performances, and silent auction at Etcetera Etcetera Restaurant. Partial proceeds go to fund Tercera Ola to help in the rebuilding of Puerto Rico.
The company travels to Catskills, NY where we get studio space to work on our commission for the Dance Gallery Festival. On Sunday night, we perform an excerpt from "Kool Kids" and a work-in-progress showing from the new work.
Rovaco Dance premiered 7 new works created in collaboration with composers from Mannes School of Music. The project was supported by Alsop Entrepreneurship Award. Read a wonderful review posted by Dance Enthusiast by clicking below.
Rovaco's Artistic Director, Rohan Bhargava travels to Mumbai to teach a 5-day contemporary dance intensive! The Wooden Stage is a reputed studio run by successful Aerialist, Shruti Jasani.
This FREE performance event features four outstanding choreographers and Rovaco has been invited to show an excerpt from Kool Kids! There will food from Insomnia Cookies and all you need to do is RSVP below!
This festival first ran in Sam Houston State University where Rovaco had the pleasure to teach and perform. The following weekend it came to NYC at Manhattan Movement and Arts Center for more performances!
Rovaco performs "Havas" (originally a part of "Azadi") in this evening length show featuring several modern dance companies.
Tamasha NYC celebrates South Asian Performing Artists, and Rovaco Dance produced an evening length show as part of this festival. At the closing night ceremony, Rovaco's production was awarded for "Outstanding Choreography" and "Best Dance Group Performance".
"The Devil's Advocate" (originally commissioned by Mare Nostrum Elements) returned to stage at this prestigious festival in Jamaica.
Artistic Director, Rohan Bhargava puts up a fully improvised performance to live music by the extremely talented Daisy Jopling at this event featuring international cuisine and spectacular entertainment.
This show was Rovaco Dance Company's first evening length production. We showcased a wide variety of work under the umbrella of our mission of "Abstracting Entertainment".
Showcased a re-envisioned version of "Johnny Bravo vs. Johnny Bravo" alongside comedic work by other artists
Rovaco premiered "A Time of Confidences" for this improvisation in arts festival
Rovaco premiered "Generation Z" and "Johnny Bravo vs. Johnny Bravo" and was awarded a commission from Moving Beauty Series based on audience voting
Performed "The Wedding" in an intimate and informal setting
Premiere of "The Wedding" and "The Shake Up" followed by an artist talkback
Rovaco presented "ALROCO" and received audience feedback in this event hosted by Williamsburg Arts Nexus
In support of Orphanages International Worldwide, Rovaco helped raise funds for an orphanage in Bihar
"The Missing Mizaru" premiered in this international festival which supports South Asian performing artists. Additionally, Rohan Bhargava was given an award for "Best Choreography" at the closing night ceremony
This annual show presents selected works of Tisch Dance Alumni