About the course
Open to Dancers with a minimum of 5 years of training.
- Exploring ‘Theory to Praxis’ (Shastra to Sampradaya) through ancient and medieval dance treatises.
- Abhinaya Darpana (Sthanaka & Mandalas)
- Sangeet Darpan (Gati Bheda)
- Nritya Ratnakosh (Kalasha Karana)
- Sangeet Ratnakara (Karavartana)
- Natyashastra (Shila Bheda)
- Bhava Prakashan (Vyabhichari Bhava)
Dr Sandhya Purecha
Dr. Sandhya Purecha, exemplified as India's foremost performing-academician, incredible dancer, ingenious choreographer, erudite author, scholar and researcher, her passion for excellence and artistic talents shine through her commitment to Indian classical dance coupled with her unparalleled vision. She is the senior-most disciple of Late Guru Acharya Parvatikumar and has learnt under his tutelage in the traditional Guru-Shishya parampara. A rare intensity and authority of her essentially modern style, convincingly disciplined by the immaculate classical technique, resulted in her innovative approach towards shastra (theory)and sampradaya (practice) which has been described as a pioneering effort. Evolved into an artist of matchless individuality, she continued with her ardent involvement in dance and earned her doctorate in Natyashastra in Theory and Practice of Angika Abhinaya in Bharatanatyam.
Duration: 1.5 hours
Medium of Instruction: English
The course begins: On 24rd July
Teacher: Dr Sandhya Purecha
Days: Junior Batch 1 (6yrs to 12 yrs)
Mondays 6.00 pm -7.00 pm IST
Tuesdays 6.00 pm -7.00 pm IST
Days: Saturday 7.30 pm to 9.00 pm IST
“Limited Seats! Registrations on a first-come, first-serve basis.”
Fees: One Time Payment
International – US$ 100