Kathak Workshop by Sonia Sabri – 15th November, 2017

Wednesday, 15th November, 2017

Time: 6pm to 8pm

Venue: Curve Theatre, Leicester

Address: Rutland Street, Leicester, LE1 1SB

 

Workshop Fees: £10

Workshops will be FREE to those participants who will buy the tickets for Yuva Nartan prior to attending the workshop

About Kathak:

Kathak is derived from the Sanskrit word katha meaning story and Kathakars meaning the one who tells a story. Kathak traces its origins to the nomadic bards of ancient northern India who used to recite religious and mythological tales using mime and dance accompanied by musician. Kathak started in temples in Northern India and later transited to Mogul court during the Mogul era. This is the only classical dance form that has links with Hindu and Muslim culture.

The pirouettes are the most distinguished feature of Kathak, the technique is built by the use of an intricate use of foot-work, soft gliding movements of the neck, eyebrows and the wrists.

About Sonia Sabri:

Sonia Sabri is amongst the brightest and most inspirational of British born dancer-choreographers creating work that spans from the presentation of classical North Indian Kathak to explorations of contemporary approaches. Her productions reflect an appreciation of Indian and British culture. She has created a fresh, unique style of Kathak by reinventing it from within, by pushing boundaries and generating work that is original in concept and exciting and relevant to today’s audiences. As a dancer, she is acclaimed for her enchanting stage presence, grace and musicality that enthral audiences both nationally as well as globally. Find out more about Sonia: www.ssco.org.uk

To book a place in the workshop, contact Nupur Arts on 07801 365779 or e-mail info@nupurarts.org.uk

Tickets for Yuva Nartan are available at the Curve Ticket Office: 0116 242 3595 or Online: www.curveonline.co.uk




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