We are delighted to bring back our series of beginners Kuchipudi Dance workshops with experienced dancer Payal Ramchandani, taking place in Newcastle starting April 2016.
Kuchipudi is an Indian classical dance originating in Andhra Pradesh, but is popular all over South India.With a long list of international performances and awards under her belt, having developed classes to further promote Kuchipudi, Payal is the perfect teacher to introduce you to the richness of this South Indian dance form. Sessions will cover both theory and practice of Kuchipudi.
Workshops are open to all, no prior experience necessary, but participants do need to be comfortable with gentle movement, stretches and holding poses.
Beginners Kuchipudi dance workshop course runs for 6 weeks.
Fee for this course is £42, payment to be made to GemArts ahead of the first session.
Clothing: Comfortable clothing e.g leggings/comfortable trousers and a loose top/tunic, dance is performed barefoot.
Please email your interest to firstname.lastname@example.org for information on start date and venue.
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