This fall, the Suzy Newhouse Center will present a series of events that draw from and reflect on Indian aesthetics. Padmini Chettur and Maarten Visser complement each other as an artistic couple. Chettur is an award-winning dancer and choreographer trained in Bharatanatyam, a form of traditional Indian dance. She has performed in a multitude of productions, such as Lilavati, Prana, Angika, Sri, Bhinna Pravaha, Yantra, Mahakaal, and Sharira. Her husband, Visser, is a Dutch saxophonist trained in jazz, Carnatic, and Western classical music. Maarten released a CD with saxophone solos and toured with the contemporary trios of MV3 and Oto.3 around India and Holland. He has collaborated with Chettur by composing music for her internationally successful productions between 2000-2012. The couple co-founded the artistic group Basement 21 with other dancers and musicians to create productions such as Pause/ Play, Across, Not Over, and Wall Dancing.