Natasinh Dance Class

 

About the LAS Dance School:

The LAS Natasinh dance school was established to teach and expose people of all ages to the traditional and cultural dances from Laos and Southeast Asia.  The class is taught by all qualified instructors in LAS.

Lessons are free, with most sessions being held at a parent’s or instructors house, or at CPACS in Doraville.  LAS welcomes all new students who want to learn about traditional Laotian dance.  Please use the contact form to get in touch with our instructors.

Funding for this dance program is through LAS and other charitable donations, but most of the expenses are covered through the generosity of the parent/teachers.  If you, your company or group would like to sponsor the LAS Natasinh dance school, please contact:

Jimmy Keokongsy
jimmyk@lasga.org

Kim Ting Pathammavong
ting@lasga.org

Dao Malaythong
daomalaythong@yahoo.com

Remember that all donations are tax exempt, but a helping hand or expertise in traditional Lao dance is also appreciated!

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Recent Performances


2008 Performances
Agnes Scott College
Decatur, GA
2/7/2008
Viet New Year
Gwinnett Prado, Duluth, GA
2/17/2008
LAS Fundraising Ball
Duluth, GA
3/15/2008
LAS EAC
Sandy Springs, GA
Dragon Boat Race
Lake Lanier, GA
9/13/2008
Rice Festival
Duluth, GA
10/4/2008
2007 Performances
Thai Temple: Wat Thammakai
Alpharetta, GA
4/8/2007
Thai Temple
Decatur, GA
4/15/2007
Wat Lao: Wat Buddhakhanti
Snellville, GA
4/21/2007
Wat Lao: Wat Buddha Phothisaram
Conley, GA
5/5/2007
Dragon Boat Race
Lake Lanier, GA
9/8/2007
Rice Festival
Duluth, GA
10/20/2007
CPAC’s TEA Walk
Doraville,GA
10/6/2007
Chinese Cultural School:
X-Mas Party
12/8/2007

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The LAS Natasinh Dance school is still an evolving process, a project done with the hard work of all parents and volunteers.  LAS would like to thank all those that have previously helped teach the class, offered dance routine training, costume creation, care of the children, food preparation, or simply time and money out of their own pocket to help little children learn about Laotian culture. Kawp chai lai lai!

Special Thanks:

Kinna Sayanam
Elizabeth Bee Vichathep
Ann Rithmyxay
Joy Sengsavang
Malaythong Family
Pathammavong Family
Mey Family
Morey Family
Sivilay Family
Taysavang Family
Nguyen Family
Sayanam Family
Chanthavong Family
Natrakun Family
CPACS (Doraville, GA)
Agnes Scott College (Decature, GA)
Chopstix for Charity (Atlanta, GA)
Georgia Dance Academy (Athens, GA)

 

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