Shambhavi School of Dance presents
Mulam - Remembering our Gurus
Rangoli Metro Art Centre, 3-9pm
July 31, 2015 Bangalore
July 14, 2015
Shambhavi School of Dance, headed by Vyjayanthi Kashi presents a one day national seminar and dance festival titled MŪLAM.
On 31st July 2015
From 3pm to 9pm
At: Samuchaya Bhavana, Kalagrama, Malatahalli, Next to IGNC Nagarbhavi, Bangalore
Guru Shishya Parampara has been the ancient system of imparting knowledge which is a system unique to India. The Guru Shishya Parampara system has been followed for ages now, in the training of dance, music, yoga etc. All legends, irrespective of the field, have been trained through this system. With the changing times, our classical arts have moved on from being taught in Guru's courtyard to closed classrooms in universities. The main objective of this seminar is to discuss the pros and cons of this shift.
Being in the field of dance for over 3 decades as a shishya, performer and as a guru for nearly 15 years, Vyjayanthi Kashi thinks it is important to discuss this relationship. Accordingly, as part of the seminar, senior Gurus, dance exponents and the younger generation teachers and performers will openly discuss the pros and cons of this relation in a healthy atmosphere. At the end of the seminar session, anyone who wishes to remember their guru and share their memorable experience is welcome to do so. The evening session has four performances lined up which will be presented by the Gurus and their Shishyas.
Seminar on Guru Shishya Parampara from 3 to 6pm
Professor S R Leela
Session Moderated by Dr. M. Surya Prasad
Evening performances 6.30 to 9pm
Mohiniattam – Pallavi Krishnan & Arunima Pramod
Kuchipudi – Vyjayanthi Kashi & Prateeksha Kashi
Bharatanatyam – Rajendra Nyathi & Kelly Whitmore
Bharatanatyam – Satyanarayana Raju & Nikitha Manjunath
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