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Uday Bhawalkar

Uday Bhawalkar

DHRUPAD COURSE with Uday Bhawalkar
From 5 – 9th August 2013

The Asian Music Circuit (AMC) is delighted to welcome back Uday Bhawalkar for another intensive 5 day Dhrupad Course.

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 for an intensive 5 day vocal course based at the Museum of Asian Music, Acton (London). Monday 5th August to Friday 9th August 2013/10.00am – 5.00pm (Monday to Thursday) and 10.00 – 4.00pm (Friday) (All courses are subject to change without notice).

All levels welcomed!

Join for what promises to be an engaging experience.

Monday 5th – Friday 9th August 2013
Museum of Asian Music
1 Bradford Road, London W3 7SP
Price: £250 (Advanced booking required) Book online.
For further information please contact 0208 742 9911 or email matthew@amc.org.uk

Uday Bhawalkar

Uday Bhawalkar

DHRUPAD – An evening with Uday Bhawalkar
RECITAL 9th August 2013

AMC is delighted to welcome back Uday Bhawalkar for a wonderful recital at the Museum of Asian Music.

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.

AMC Website: http://www.amc.org.uk/