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Dhrupad - indian classical singing and bansurī flute workshop

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Dhrupad - indian classical singing and bansurī flute workshop
with Virginia Nicoli and Igino Brunori

- explore the sound of your voice
- aware listening
- discovering rāga music

Indian musical system has two central axes; Rāga and Tāla. The rāgas are melodic modes from which music develops. Each rāga uses a specific set of musical notes and the way these notes relate to each other define the character and essence of each particular rāga. Traditionally, each rāga is associated an specific time of the day, season or a certain emotion -rasa-.

The other main axis and essential for indian is its rhythmic system; the Tāla. This has evolved over thousands of years and is considered an art form in itself.
Its foundations are the concepts of time and space and sound perception. Tāla system gives much attention to the aspect of composition and improvisation, a broad spectrum of rhythmic, structure and timbral variety.

Dhrupad is the oldest genre of hindustani classical music and its nature is spiritual and go beyond entertainment, creating feelings of peace and contemplation to whom listens attentively.

This workshop is open to anyone who wants to explore voice and sound, regardless of their technical level and music experience. There will be group and individual lessons. Highly recommended for singers and instrumentalists (not tempered instruments).

Price: 150kn

For reservations and info please kindly email to: verbasana@gmail.com.

Virginia Nicoli & Igino Giovanni Brunori

Virginia & Igino of Samvad dedicated the last 10 years of their life to study indian classical music, living in India for many month a year and going deep into Dhrupad under the guidance of their Gurus Gundecha Brothers in Bhopal and studied Bansuri with Pt.
Rajendra Prasanna in Delhi. They are are also graduated in indian music at the conservatory of Vicenza. Both where trained in western classical music since childhood.
Since many years they perform all over the world, as jugalbandi (duo) or in different collaborations as the 'Dhrupad Ensemble' or an innovative music project called Samvad & Conducts. They teach students worldwide.

Bansuri flutes re avaiable for the class and to buy eventually also.

Little inspiration for you to come to the workshop: https://soundcloud.com/…/rag-jonpuri-alap-jor-and-jhala-dhr… https://virginianicoli.bandcamp.com/album/raga-megh-malhar… https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HjtxuQXN9YE https://soundcloud.com/…/rag-gunkali-indian-classical-meet-…

Welcome to Samvad and Om Prakash Pandey concert: https://www.facebook.com/events/1817010465266263/?ti=cl

Namaste :)