Intensive Kathak Dance Workshop

Course Description

A 6-weekend intensive program where the participants will learn a traditional Kathak choreography.

About the course

  • Learn the basics of the dance form.
  • Learn a complete choreography that will enable you to explore the dance form in intensive training
  • Participants will get studio-recorded music for the piece being taught.
  • Participants will be provided with detailed tutorial videos to practice during the week

Course details

Duration: 6 weeks

No of classes: 12 classes

Medium of Instruction: English

Minimum age requirement: 10 yrs

The course begins: On 24th July

These are live online classes. Recordings will not be available

Class Timings:

London, United Kingdom :Saturday & Sunday : 15:45 (British Summer Time)

India : Saturday & Sunday : 20:15 IST

Washington DC, USA : Saturday & Sunday :10:45 EDT

San Francisco, USA : Saturday & Sunday : 07:45 PDT

New York, USA :Saturday & Sunday : 10:45 EDT

Chicago, USA :Saturday & Sunday : 09:45 CDT

Dubai, United Arab Emirates :Saturday & Sunday : 18:45 GST

“Limited Seats! Registrations on a first-come, first-serve basis.”


National: Rs.7500/-

International – US$ 250

One time payment

EARLY BIRD OFFER: Till 16th July

National: Rs.6500/-

International – US$ 225

One time payment

Know Your Teachers

Ashwini Krishnan

Ashwini Krishnan is a professional visual artist with a post-graduate degree in Visual Arts from Chitra Kala Parishath, Bangalore, India. A multiple National award winner, she has exhibited her works both nationally and internationally. She is very passionate about creating as well as teaching art.

Aashna Gangwani

Aashna Gangwani has been painting and colouring since she was a child and as she reached adulthood, she realised that she wanted her passion to be her profession. She pursued an MA in Painting and Drawing, has also received a Chitra Bhushan diploma in Art from Pracheen Kala Kendra and achieved a First Division in painting. She also has an "Art Appreciation" certification from the National Museum Institute of History of Art, Conservation and Museology, New Delhi.

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