Choreographed and performed at professional shows. Her students span across India, the USA, the UK, Luxembourg, Germany, and Thailand.
US $21.19 per class |
for 1-on-1, 60 mins class
Recommended: 2 classes per week | 12-16 weeks to level up
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Welcome to a captivating journey of expression and grace, where ancient traditions intertwine with artistic brilliance. In this intermediate-level Bharatanatyam course, we invite you to delve deeper into the enchanting world of this classical Indian dance form. Building upon the solid foundation laid at the beginner level, Praveshika Pratham, and Praveshika Poorna elevate your dance prowess with a blend of little advanced steps and intricate dance items.
Under the guidance of an experienced instructor Muktai Bhagwat, you will refine your technique, developing precision, control, and finesse in your movements. Additionally, you will receive personalized attention and feedback to nurture your unique dance style, allowing your creativity to flourish.
Praveshika Pratham and Praveshika Poorna mark a significant milestone in your Bharatanatyam journey, propelling you closer to mastering this age-old art form. Through disciplined practice, dedication, and a profound connection to the divine, you will unlock the captivating beauty and spiritual essence that Bharatanatyam embodies.
Diploma in Bharatanatyam from Nrityangan Dance Academy
Founder - Nrityananda Dance Academy
Students will explore the following topics:
Each of these dance items incorporates elements of both nritta (pure dance) and abhinaya (expressional aspect). Students will learn the theory behind these items and develop the ability to count and perform them independently. By the end of the course, students will be able to confidently showcase their skills through traditional 3 to 4-minute dance items, immersing themselves in the rich tapestry of Bharatanatyam's technicalities and aesthetics.
About the course: Muktai Bhagwat has trained under the guidance of Maniktai Ambike from Nrityangan Academy, Pune. She is learning Karana under the guidance of Vithya Arasu, a disciple of Dr Padma Subramanyam. She has participated in many dance competitions and events. She has also choreographed and performed at professional shows.
Muktai started the Nrityanand Dance Academy, in Pune in the year 2012. Since then many students successfully learned, appeared and cleared different Bharatanatyam examinations. Currently, students from India, the USA, the UK, Luxembourg, Germany, and Thailand are learning Bharatanatyam at different levels.
Muktai believes that there is no shortcut to success and not at all in the field of dance! A strong foundation leads to the ladder of success which can be climbed only through practice.
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