US $18 per class |
for 1-on-1, 60 mins class
Recommended: 2 classes per week | 12-16 weeks to level up
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Grab the opportunity to learn the fundamentals of Kathak under the expert guidance of Sangita Chatterjee. The course unfurls the enigma of the most graceful Indian classical dance - one step at a time. This course is designed for absolute beginners who aspire to learn Kathak.
This course will create a strong foundation for newbie Kathak learners. They will gain knowledge about the basic concepts both - theoretical and practical.
M.A in Kathak from Khairagarh University.
M.A inHistory&Tourism Management from Annamalai University.
The highlights of this introductory course in Kathak include -
The duration of this course is spread out over a period of one year with 2 classes per week. But students can opt for more classes per week to quicken the process of completion of the course.
About the Teacher
Sangita Chatterjee, the disciple of Guru Smt. Vaswati Misra, is a young, dynamic, and eminent exponent of Kathak, from Lucknow Gharana. She has imbibed within herself the essence of Kathak, its lyrical movements, a treasure of its scintillating rhythmic patterns, and subtle abhinaya.
Sangita has emerged as a soloist of par excellence and has made her niche as a thinking dancer whose approach toward dance is beyond mere performative presentation. Having a double M.A. in History & Tourism Management and Kathak from Khairagarh University, Sangita's work is mostly self-reflecting, thought-provoking, and collaborative in nature.
Her recent works are, a solo dance theater production "Yagyaseni" on Draupadi's life, "Hridoy Majhe Bangla" a multi-dance style presentation that she presented in Rashtrapati Bhawan in presence of then President Late Shri Pranav Mukherjee, Honorable Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi and other political dignitaries, "Ramayan" a collaboration with Japanese dancers which she presented in Tokyo National Theatre, Japan soon and so forth. Sangita also represented India in Delphic Games, South Korea in 2009.
She has extensively traveled to different countries in Europe, Asia, Africa, and America for performances and lecture demonstrations. During the lockdown, she has also created two short films "Quest - A lockdown diary of a dancer" and 'Mirage-A lust for life" which were also featured in INMOTION Dance Film Festival Chicago. Sangita is an empaneled artist of ICCR, SPICMACAY & Ministry of Culture and awarded with Sringar Mani, Jayadev Samman, Woman achievers award, etc.
Sangita is also a motivational speaker and has been invited by many forums like the Indian Institute of Corporate Affairs, Josh Talks, workmobto talk on wellness through arts and women empowerment. She is currently the artistic director of her organization Kalpataru Arts where she imparts training to her students and also curates Festivals throughout the year.
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