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Gayatri enthralled the audience with her first performance in Chennai and her exposition was a delightful combination of exquisite abhinaya, grace and footwork. The impression of effortless natya remained a constant captivating point of her recital.
- News Today
Mumbai based Gayatri rendered her finely selected dance numbers with ease and left the audience spell-bound with her facial expression, devotion and versatility. She is bound to shine in the field of Bharata Natyam and spread it worldwide.
- As translated from Tamil Magazine - Idhyam
Navarasa, a ballet presented by Soundarya Natya Kalalaya at Indian Fine Arts Society, German Hall was a commendable performance. The entire program was confined to the depiction of the nine moods, all well depicted and brought out the best in the dancer.
- The New Indian Express
Gayatri, a dedicated disciple of Padmini Radhakrishnan, performed for Kapali Fine Arts for the Music and Dance Art Festival. Fluid movements marked the invocation number and she proceeded to render other numbers with freshness and novelty. Gayatri has Laya command not only of the outer language of “Nritta” but more importantly on its inner dynamics. Her mastery of abhinaya, bhakthi bhava, korvais, araimandi and fine posture were exceptionally good.
- Indian Express
Gayatri’s performance for “Kala Sandesam” in Chennai was a notable one. The jathis, sancharis and footwork was very well rendered and equally the expressions in her eyes spoke of the emotion she was trying to portray. Her Thillana in kaanada ragam was the grand finale which had scintillating footwork and brisk movements that left the audience spell-bound.
- News Today
Gayatri has good ‘Angalakshanam’ and a strong command on her footwork. All her dance numbers have been finely chosen with a beautiful blend of both Nritta and Abhinaya. Her remarkable performance was one of Sri Annamacharya’s kriti, ‘Bhavayami Gopala Balam’ in which she enacted the scenes depicting Krishna’s pranks on stealing butter and troubling the Gopis in a very playful way. Gayatri’s overall performance was very captivating.
- As translated from Tamil Newspaper – Dinamalar
Madison’s East Indian Community was feted with a wonderful afternoon of Bharata Natyam dances beginning with an invocatory prayer “Natyavedam” with guest artist Gayatri Subramanian, a professional Bharata Natyam dancer from India who now lives in Atlanta.
- The Madison Times