Emily Stimmel, Carnegie Mellon University Dietrich College, Smithsonian Pop-up Features History Research Reimagined Through Dance, 2016

“ . . . warm, gracious, elegant, and strong . . . Chande is smart, fearless, and intoxicating to watch.”
- Lauren Warnecke, Art InterceptsSoham Dance Project is Born, 2014

“ . . . a startling effect with her innovative and electrifying use of spoken tabla rhythms . . . vibrant dance segments that truly achieve the blend of forms she is after . . . ”
- Lynn Shapiro, SeeChicagoDance, Tabla Rhythms Tradition Propel Soham, 2014

“ . . . a wonderfully fresh and lovely face . . . a gifted stylist . . . ”
- Alastair Macaulay, The New York Times, To Become Another Being, 2014

“…a fluid, natural practitioner of abhinaya…”
- Laura Molzahn, Chicago Reader, Anjal Chande Gets Small, 2013

“She’s [not just] growing a dance business, either; she has fabulously lofty ideals.”
- Kylie Bellard, Effervescence Blog, 2012

“ . . . arrestingly poetic . . . ”
- Zac Whittenburg, Time Out Chicago, 2011

” . . . breaking out of the box of ethnic dance . . . ”
- Claire Bushey, Time Out Chicago, Anjal Chande Pas de Chat, 2011

” . . . convictions painted in an aesthetic irresistible for the audience . . . ”
- Samarth Bhaskar, Samarth Bhaskar Blog, The work of the face, hands and feet on the mind, 2010