YPP started its journey in 2010 when founder, Sewak G, had the vision of starting a new bhangra team in Singapore. YPP’s goal of bringing Bhangra to a wider audience has seen them cross many hurdles to achieve the success they have today.
YPP started performing for family/friends events and quickly grew to performing for national and international events. Through the hard work of the pioneer bhangra members and of course the young talented and hard working dancers, people soon knew that there was a new bhangra team in the market!
The YPP troupe has been innovators in modern Bhangra with creative styles fused with traditional foundation. Its team of 16 active male and female dancers not only explore new bhangra techniques but also offer professional Giddha performances!
YPP has collaborated with other cultural dance troupes to showcase multi-ethnic performances. As a registered company with the National Arts Council, YPP are approved vendors in conducting bhangra related programmes for schools.
In the last 8 years, their hard work has paid off with a resume of community, national and international event performances.They even got through to the quarter-finals of the Asia’s Got Talent!
- Youth Olympic Games opening and closing
- World Model United Nations Singapore
- Vesakhi Mela celebration
- Indian New Year celebration
- Utsav festival
- Tamil Marasu 75th anniversary
- Orange Ribbon Walk
- IBO Bhangra night @ NIE
- Chua Chu Kang NDP Heartland celebrations
- Bukit Timah 55th anniversary celebrations (Singapore Sikh Education Foundation)
- Sinda Give project (Mediacorp Studios)
- Charming School – Dream Beyond
- AVA Food Safety Awards
- Good Neighbour Award @ HDB
- HRM Awards
- Bank of Singapore Golf Tournament
- New Year’s Party @ Marina Mandarin Hotel
- International Cricket Council dinner and dance
- Welcome of the JEWEL of MUSCAT @ Keppel bay
- Kumar’s Amazing Race
The team has not broken stride in sharing our culture with the world. Check out their TV interview and performance and their magnificent showreel!
YPP is always looking for people to join their family. If you would like have a full experience of meeting new people, learning a dance form, traveling, teamwork and learning about punjabi culture, contact YPP at firstname.lastname@example.org and start your journey. You can also follow them on the following: