Dr. Yamini Saripalli
Kuchipudi Dancer, Maryland, United States


Dr. Yamini Saripalli is a disciple of guru Dr. Vempati Chinna Satyam and Sri Vempati Ravi Shankar. She  has performed with Dr. Chinna Satyam’s troupe in throughout the United States as well as India with his troupe.

As a solo artist she has performed at various prestigious venues such as the Kennedy Center,

Washington D.C.; Milapfest, Manchester, England and  Ravindra Bharathi, Hyderabad, India. She is a regular performer in the Chennai Dance Music Season.

Yamini is both an active performer and teacher in Washington DC. She also studies Carnatic vocal music under Sri Bhagavatula Seetharama Sarma.


Shows & Major Performances

Shows & Major Performances


  • -“Kuchipudi Prathidwani”- tour of  the United States with guru Dr. Vempati Chinna Satyam and his troupe
  • Kennedy Center- Washington DC
  • Chicago Tyagaraja Utsavam
  • Sri Siva Vishnu Temple-Maryland
  • Murugantemple -Maryland
  • DANCE DC Festival
  • Emerging Artists Dance Festival- Arlington, VA
  • Milapfest-  Manchester, UK
  • St. Louis Indian Dance Festival
  • Chinamaya Mission- Los Angeles


  • -Silparamam- Hyderabad -with guru Dr. Vempati Chinna Satyam’s troupe- March
  • -Kalasaagar foundation- Chennai- with guru Dr. Vempati Chinna Satyam’s troupe
  • Music Academy – Chennai with Sri Vempati Ravi Shankar’s troupe 
  • Chowdiah hall, Bangalore-  with Sri Vempati Ravi Shankar’s troupe
  • Ravindra Bharathi,- Hyderabad
  • Hamsadhwani – Chennai
  • Bharat Kalachar- Chennai
  • Varasiddhi Vinayaka temple-Chennai
  • Kartik Fine Arts- Chennai
  • Tirumala Tirupati Devastanam-Chennai
  • Lalitha Kala Vedika- Chennai
  • Brahma Gana Sabha – Chennai
  • Indradhanush –New Delhi
  • Swaralaya-Pallakad
  • Guwahati International Dance Festival- Assam
  • World Dance Alliance- Bangalore


email: yamini.saripalli@gmail.com

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