FEATURED EVENTS


  • Arts Alive: In-Person Live Performances in NYC

    March 4th & March 18th 2021 at 6:30pm and 8:30pm | Arts on Site NYC

    We are excited to perform live for this low-risk, indoor arts event following guidelines provided by the NY State Governor's Office. There is very limited seating, masks are required, and social distancing rules apply. Rovaco will present a duet performed by Nico Gonzales and Alden Henderson on each night. Ticket link below!


  • Aaiye (Virtual Premiere)

    Saturday, February 13th, 2021 at 11am EST | Jamaica Center for Arts and Learning (JCAL) Online

    Rovaco was chosen for the Major Commission by Making Moves Dance Festival in 2020. As a culmination of our residency we premiered "Aaiye (Welcome)" followed by a Q&A session. Aaiye is a duet exploring Indian hospitality through contemporary dance and Nukkad Natak, a form of Indian street theater. Link to watch highlights from the work is below!


  • FEATURED NEWS


  • Rohan Bhargava Featured as One of "25 to Watch" by Dance Magazine!

    Written by Phil Chan, Co-Founder of Final Bow for Yellowface

    We are so thrilled to announce that Rohan Bhargava is one of Dance Magazine's 25 to Watch for 2021! Click below for a great write-up of everything Rovaco has been upto in the recent past alongside features of some other amazing artists.


  • Jadin Wong Fellowship 2020 Press Release

    Broadway World Feature Courtesy of Asian American Arts Alliance (A4)

    Artistic Director Rohan Bhargava was awarded the prestigious Jadin Wong Fellowship by A4 as Emerging Dance Artist in 2020. This honour included a $6,000 cash grant, career coaching, and artistic mentorship from resepcted dance leaders. Read what the panelists had to say about Rohan's work by clicking below!


  • Dancing Desire: Rovaco Dance Company Presents KAMA

    Written by Courtney Escoyne of Dance Magazine and The Stewardship Report

    "In KAMA (a Sanskrit word meaning "desire, wish, longing," per the program), club culture, one night stands, BDSM, miscommunication—and, indeed, intimacy and heartbreak—are all on the table. It is everything I've come to expect from Bhargava's work: musically sensitive, impressively athletic, achingly human when it wants to be."


  • Rovaco Dance and Los Little Guys' Trip to India

    Written by Rohan Bhargava, guest article for Dance Enthusiast

    "My outlook on dance drastically changed when I moved from New Delhi to New York. Thinking that a career in dance was going to be easy shattered quickly during my first year at NYU's Tisch School of the Arts."


  • IMPRESSIONS: Rovaco Dance Company's "7:1"

    Written by Juan Michael Porter II of Dance Enthusiast and Broadway World

    "As producers working in a recital hall that was never meant to house a project of this scale, I greatly admire Alex Chadwell and Rohan Bhargava for this seamless production. All they need is a theatre large enough to showcase their talent."