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A short Profile of Peddro Sudipta Kundu
A MEMBER OF â€œIMPERIAL SOCIETY OF TEACHERS OF DANCING, LONDON, UKâ€ IN LATIN AMERICAN DANCE.
While in London, he also learnt the advance steps thoroughly of Merengue, Pachanga, Bachata, Lambada and Salsa from various teachers of Cuba, Columbia and America. During his stay in Europe, he demonstrated the Indian fusion work in France, Germany and United Kingdom with a feather of appreciation added to his Cap.
He was trained by Vernon Kemp, the fellow and examiner of the Society and adjudicator of the World Dance Council Championship in Latin American Dancing.
He got his initial training of Dancing from Mr Bob Das. Before moving for ISTD to get training and appear for the Professional Examination, he was trained by Mr Achyut Das for sometime.
During his stay in Europe he got training on Latin American, Salsa trainning along with Western Contemporary training from different Masters of Contemporary Dancing.Alongside with the training, he also performed in China, Dubai, France, Germany, Indonesia, Japan, Phillipines & UK.
A SENIOR FELLOW OF MINISTRY OF CULTURE, GOVT. OF INDIA RESEARCHING ON DANCE THEATRE (AWARDED IN 2008-09).
Running his dance institute PEDDRO`S SALSATECA where he teaches Salsa, Latin American Dance Forms, Ballroom, Contemporary, Modern and Hip-Hop.
Choreographed in several Movies, Theatre, Reality Shows, Corporate Shows and Stage Productions.
â€˜Peddro S. Kundu, from his childhood, has a dream of becoming a Choreographer, so he went through Training in different Dance Forms just to acquire the quintessential command over the thing called DANCE!â€™
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Lately he went to London, UK, to appear for Professional Examination, in Latin American Dancing under the New Syllabus of the world famous IMPERIAL SOCIETY OF TEACHERS OF DANCING.
Sudipta Kundu passed the examination with a Highly Commendable (overall 85% marks) and is the only practising proud member of the Society in the Indian Sub-continent for the Latin-American Dancing under the new syllabus.