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Kathak Dance Improvers  

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  • TutorJaivant Patel
  • Price-
  • Age18+
  • LevelImprovers

Tue 17 Apr, 7.30pm – 9pm | 12 wk Term £129 (£117) | Improver Level | Age 18+

Develop your Kathak dance skills further on this improvers course taught by renowned Kathak dancer and choreographer Nahid Siddiqui with live musical accompaniment from Hassan Mohyeddin.

Who is this course for?
This course is suitable for adults 18+. It is open to improvers in the discipline of Kathak dance, those with previous experience of Kathak who have learnt the basics by attending mac’s Kathak Dance Beginners course or a similar course elsewhere.

The course is accessible for people with disabilities providing you are physically able to dance. A support worker or a carer may assist. Carers must book a complimentary ticket if attending a course to provide support. Please contact us to discuss your specific needs.

What will you learn on this course?
Kathak is a classical dance style from the north of India. The name “katha” comes from a Sanskrit word meaning “the art of storytelling.” In these classes work with one of the finest Kathak dancers and choreographers in the world.

Participants will refine their skills of Kathak dance with additional focus on musicality and performance technique. During the class you will deepen your understanding and skills of the dance through training and dance routines, while accompanied by an accomplished tabla player.

Do you need to bring anything?
Participants will need to bring a water based drink to every session and wear suitable clothing that allows free movement. You should bring a warmer top to put on after the session. Lessons are usually done bare footed.

Are there any additional costs?
There are no additional costs

Who teaches this course?

Kat Bailey & Jaivant Patel with musical accompaniment from Hassan Mohyeddin