Wahab Shah - Sufi Dance from Karachi, Pakistan Masterclass

14 September 2019, 11am - 1pm

New Art Exchange

Wahab Shah will be delivering a masterclass for adult dancers (intermediate to advanced level) who want to explore sufi style traditions from Pakistan the session will be between 90 to 120 minutes.

Wahab Shah is a Pakistani choreographer/performer of an International caliber. He acquired bachelors in acting from TAFE Australia & further training in professional dance from Sydney Dance Center in Contemporary. Which led to establishing Eastern Flavaz Dance Company in 2003 from Sydney. His portfolio includes tours and performances with AR Rahman, Sonu Nigam, Balvinder Safri, Usha Uttup, Merchants of Bollywood and many more. Since 2006 he has choreographed for every world performing arts festival held in Pakistan.

Wahab Shah International portfolio includes work in Australia, Uk, Spain, Norway, France, Netherlands, USA and India.

As director of choreography and costume designer he has to credit Sabz, Bombay dreams, Phantom of the opera, Come again & the list just goes on. He is the most sought after director of choreography of the country.

From: TVC, Film, Music video, Concerts, Corporate Events, wedding, Fashion Show, International festival, and cultural representation Wahab Shah has earned the respect amongst top corporate representation, clients, delegates, producer, directors and event planners in Pakistan and international.

Address

New Art Exchange
39-41 Gregory Boulevard
Nottingham
NG7 6BE, Uk

Map

0115 924 8630
info@nae.org.uk

Additional

Opening Times

Mon -  Fri: 09:00 – 18:00

Sat: 10:00 – 17:00

Sun: 10:00 – 16:00

Closed Bank Holidays


Contact Us

Privacy Policy

Accessibility

Acknowledgements

We would like to acknowledge the financial support new art exchange has received from our funders and partners.

Supported by

Logos for; Arts Council England, Nottingham City Council

Capital funders

Logos for; Nottingham City Council, East Midlands Development Agency, Neighbourhood Development Company, European Regional Development Fund, Greater Nottingham Partnership, Arts Council England