Workshop on Pancharatna KritisDate: 14th, July, 2013, Enroll now
limited seats only.
Tickets for Pancharatna Kriti Workshop
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Thanks to all who made the two December 8th, 2012 music workshops successful.
We deliver interactive arts and music workshops. We have established best-practices, since
2004, and have a good track record of 'participant-connect' and effectiveness.
Following are the high level offerings:
- Interactive Standard workshops on
- Indian [carnatic] music
- Comparative studies on Western & Indian music
- Indian Classical Dance
- Bespoke workshops
- Interactive sessions, enabling inter-cultural understanding
- Lecture demonstrations and sing-along workshops
Below is the LIAF festival workshop flyer
Email us if you need a Dhruv workshop lead to get in touch with you for a detailed introduction or a visit to your space for a detailed proposal.
- Half and full days
- After school clubs
- Theme-based multi-days residencies
Past Workshops in pictures
- Shashank Subramanya, Flautist, Chennai: 2010 - Carnatic Compositions
- Yamini Ramesh: Tamil Composers: 2012 - Tevaram and Tiruppugazh
- Indian drumming & percussion by Bangalore RN Prakash
- Bollywood Hungama – singing/playing with Shadrach Solomon
- Traditional music of Vojvodina with Chris Haigh and Viktor Obsust
- Mexican traditional music with Bruno Bartra of La Internacional Sonora Balkanera
- Compositions of Annamacharya [Telugu] and Purandara dasa
- [Kannada] Compositions By Rathna Srikantiah
- Experiencing the feel of Indian music and dance
- Comparisons - Western & Indian music and dnace systems
- Answers to 'What is rhythm and melody'? & ‘Is Indian music complex’? What is Indian dance?
- Enhancing interpersonal skills by working on the emotive aspect
- Linking – community and music
- Linking - youth and music
Where does Dhruv workshops fit?
Dhruv has extensive experience in working in a wide variety of educational and community setting like – Institutions
- Corporate offices [lunch-time sessions]
- Community centres
- Religious places
- Refugee centres
- Working with the elderly
- Special need groups
Feedback from a participant
"Workshops are a good way to complement the organic learning process, and gives a boost on a particular topic or a specialist area". LIAF, 2012 Workshop participant feedback.
The format for these workshops are devised in consultation with the organisers ensuring that the participants get opportunity to experience and explore the form in a creative and enjoyable manner.
Sessions can be accompanied or can go un-accompanied. Standard accompaniments include
- Carnatic voice
- Indian percussionists
- Folk and Carnatic Violin
- Classical and Contemporary Dancers