The camp will be organised by the actress's dance academy, Dance With Madhuri (DWM).
Madhuri Dixit Nene organises virtual summer dance camp
Mumbai - 20 Jun 2020 13:31 IST
Updated : 22 Jun 2020 10:52 IST
With everything going online in the new normal, Madhuri Dixit Nene is attempting to take the world of dance online as well. The actress will organised a virtual summer dance camp with her dance academy, Dance With Madhuri (DWM).
DWM is one of the leading homegrown e-learning platforms with multiple user touchpoints like web and mobile apps, DTH networks etc. The platform is giving an opportunity for people to learn something new from home. The camp reportedly offers a dance form for every age group. It's designed in such a way that participants can select dance forms based on their preference and skills. There will also be a section of free Back To Basics lessons.
📢 We are back with another unique learning experience for all dance enthusiasts 💃🕺 Join @madhuridixitnene & some of our top choreographers at #DWMSummerDanceCamp to learn something new! Not sure where to begin? Take the free #BackToBasics lessons. Enroll today on dancewithmadhuri.com or follow the link in bio 📍 . . . #DanceWithMadhuri #DanceLessons #DanceAcademy #DanceTutorials #LearnDance #LearnAtHome
The 45-day summer camp will have a competition where audiences can participate by uploading their dance videos on the website. Ten contest winners will get a once in a lifetime opportunity to be featured on a special dance video alongside Madhuri and other DWM choreographers. The icing on the cake is that one lucky winner will be crowned DWM Dance Champ 2020 at the end of the camp.
Commenting on the same, Dixit Nene said, “Summer camps have been an important part of my life and I have learned a lot of new things during those times. With the ongoing global lockdown, we didn’t want people losing an opportunity to learn something new, hence the entire team decided to have a digital summer camp where users can learn something new and also can relieve their stress within the sanctity of their own homes.”