Dhrupad Course with Pandit Uday Bhawalkar, May 2012
The Asian Music Circuit are delighted to invite highly respected dhrupad singer Pt. Uday Bhawalkar to lead the sessions once again this year.
Dhrupad is one of the oldest forms of North Indian classical music and Pt. Uday has developed a personal style deeply embedded in raga ras and bhaav bringing a creative melodic touch within the precise intonation and pronunciation the Dhrupad style.
Uday has an engaging style and is able to reach out and communicate with audiences of all backgrounds. He is a very sensitive teacher and has a devoted following of students committed to pursuing the path of Dhrupad. His workshops are always stimulating and he is supportive of all participants efforts whether they are professional musicians or newcomers to the style of Dhrupad singing.
Join us for an intensive 5 day vocal course based at the Museum of Asian Music, Acton (London). In May between Monday 14th May to Friday 18th May. 10.00am – 5.00pm daily (All courses are subject to change without notice).
All levels welcomed!
Participants are responsible for booking their own accommodation, should they require it. Below are some recommendations which are a short journey away from our museum by bus.
These choices cost no more then £50 per night (inc. breakfast). Please note, these rooms provide hostel-like accommodation; please read reviews before booking.
Grantly Hotel (Rooms 1, 4, 12, 14 and 31in the new part of the building are recommended)
Star Hotel (bed and breakfast)
Travelodge (opening in Ealing at 77 Uxbridge Road in March 2011)
Ramada Jarvis (£110 per night inc. breakfast)
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS COURSE IS NOW FULLY BOOKED.
The AMC reserves the right of admittance to the Dhrupad course.