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British Council, Bengaluru, in association with Nritarutya Presents A Contemporary Dance Workshop for children
The workshop will be an introduction to Indian Contemporary dance and Nritarutya's dance language, focusing on technique and performance training. The aim of the workshop is to make children aware of their kinetic intelligence and give them an exposure to the world of dance. Below is the content of the workshop -
The workshop will also bring children's notice to dance being a significant art discipline, which is structured and helps in a child's holistic development. Benefits would be -
Nritarutya is a professional organisation for development of contemporary dancing in India. Through its work it supports and initiates understanding of new Indian dance expressions arising from its unique urban structures of living, physical (martial, dance & movement) traditions and performing practices. British Council and Nritarutya hosted UK dancer Aakash Odedara’s 'Rising’ in Bangalore at Ravindra Kalakshetra. Nritarutya and Raghu Dixit represented the entire Asian continent and performed at the Queen's Jubilee Celebrations at the Windsor Castle. They have represented the country at 'India Now' festival, organised by the Mayor of London at Trafalgar Square. They have also performed at 'Dance City', New Castle, invited by Gem Arts and Kalapremi and were invited by Milapfest to perform at their festival in Liverpool.
Age Group: 8 - 14 years
Date and time: May 7, 2016 (Saturday), 11am – 1pm
Participation Fee: Rs. 200 per child
No. of seats: 15
Venue: British Library, Prestige Takt, No. 23, Kasturba Road Cross, Bangalore 560001
Registration: At the Library Front Desk (pay by cash/card/cheque)
Dress code: Tracks pants and T-shirts
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