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Dance Workshop - Kathak


  • Chhandayan Center For Indian Music 4 West 43rd Street, #618 New York City, NY 10036 USA (map)

Kathak Dance - Alokparna Guha

Join an internationally acclaimed dancer in a multi-session workshop on the classical dance form of Kathak.

Dates

June 8th through June 10th, 2018 (Friday to Sunday)

Sessions

Session 1:  Friday 6.30 pm - 8.30pm   General
Session 2: Saturday Beginners 10am-11.30am/Intermediate 12-1.30 pm
Session 3: Saturday Beginners 2.30-4pm/Intermediate 4.30-6 pm
Session 4: Sunday Beginners 11 am-12.30 pm/Intermediate 1-2.30 pm

After the sessions, there will be a student performance at 4 pm on Sunday. Friends and family of students are welcome to attend.

Contact

646 281 4062 / classes@tabla.org

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Our facilities are wheelchair accessible.

Alokparna Guha

Alokparna Guha is an well-known performer of Kathak Dance. She started her training at the tender age of five. After her initial training from Sri Pradipta Neogi, she went through long and rigorous ‘riyaz’ under the tutelage of the Kathak exponent Dr. Malabika Mitra. She has imbibed the essence of the two prominent gharanas or schools of Kathak- Jaipur and Lucknow. The vigor of Jaipur and the tender delicacy of Lucknow are beautifully blended in her performance.

Alokparna is a Senior Diploma holder from Prayag Sangeet Siksha Samity (Allahabad). She received the Gold Medal from the Society of Rabindra Bharati University. She also performs on Calcutta Television. She has received unrestrained praise from connoisseurs for her performances both in India and abroad.

She is equally admired for her solo performances of Kathak as well as choreographed productions of original works. Her workshops and lecture demonstrations on the technical and Abhinaya (expression) aspects of Kathak have immensely benefited students of all nationality.

Besides her expertise in dance, she has also obtained a master's degree in English literature. However, her life's mission is to perform and spread Kathak dance with no limits.


This event is partially sponsored by the New York Council on the Arts: