Tradition. Precision. Electrifying.
Treat your senses to a passionate dance adventure
Lopa has been commissioned globally for her unique style of choreography and performance. With over 30 years of dance experience she is a sought after Artistic Director and Choreographer. Divine Heritage Artistry, while rooted in a strong South Asian foundation, creates shows which interweave and highlight different dance styles in high energy and vibrant performances. Lopa has brought her work to global events including performing with the world famous Belly Dance Superstars at Raqs Britannia in the UK and working as a Choreographer for Club Med Resorts. She also performs for stage, television and film.
Lopa takes 20 years of classical Indian dance training and mixes it with global dance styles to create her own brand of electrifying entertainment...
"I still haven't come across a better more dynamic tighter synchronized dance team as Divine Heritage Artistry - we try to get different talent in - but honestly you and your dancers I feel are really amazing."
– DJ Amitha, Founder of Besharam
Lights... Camera... Bollywood!
A show celebrating dance from all over the world that will leave you smiling, clapping and feeling like you packed your bags and travelled the globe on a passionate dance adventure. A spectacular display of vibrant music, explosive choreography, and colourful costumes which will make your audience want to jump out of their chairs and dance along. Are you ready? Lights… Camera… Bollywood!
Lopa created a performing arts company that showcased dance from all cultures on Canada's biggest stages. Combining her own 20 years of classical Indian dance training coupled with global dance training from cultures around the world, she created her own exciting form of Bollywood dance.
Her company was the first South Asian performing arts company to perform on all the commercial stages and events. From creating the first Bollywood Night for the NBA Toronto Raptors, to the opening act at the Princess of Wales Theatre for Gilda Club's One Night Only, Lopa brought cultural dance styles into the mainstream market. She worked on the PR for the DVD release of Slumdog Millionaire, was Lulu Lemon's first Bollywood dance ambassador and her team performed at the largest venues including The Rogers Centre, Scotia Bank Arena and Meridian Hall (The Sony Centre for the Performing Arts).
The members of Divine Heritage Artistry brought together their own cultural dance forms to meld into an electrifying colourful stage spectacular that was a celebration of joy. They were seen at the Olympic Hall of Fame Gala, Pan Am Games celebrations, PRIDE, Nuit Blanche, Luminato Festival and Culture Days along with international engagements. It was Lopa's vision that audiences from all over would look at the stage and see dancers who represented them and that dancers of all backgrounds found a home at Divine Heritage Artistry.