Dappankuthu (or simply Kuthu, literally "drum punch") is a traditional Indian art form that has gained popularity around the world thanks to its infectious energy and rhythm. Originating from the southern state of Tamil Nadu, this dance form combines energetic movements with vibrant music, creating a unique style!
The workshop will begin with an introduction to the history of Kuthu. Then dancing, dancing and dancing. A concentrate of energy! Finally, a time is planned at the end to make videos and keep great memories of this course.
About Vinatha Sreeramkumar
Vinatha comes from Chennai (South India) and is a professional dancer and choreographer in Bollywood, Kuthu and Bharatanatyam (South Indian classical dance). She is the founder and director of a dance company and Espacio India, an Indian dance and yoga school in Madrid. She has participated in several major dance festivals in India and Spain and launched her own theater production. She is also a professor of biomedical sciences. She launched Bollynaline, a Bollywood dance-based wellness program that uses various biological reasons to motivate people to start dancing as a social and professional alternative.
Workshop open to all levels.
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To celebrate its 10th anniversary, Tala & Nritya is pleased to welcome 3 artists from the international scene for colorful Indian dance workshops.
Discover the complete program on www.talanritya.be
. Want to do them all? A “combo” price is offered if you register directly for the 4 workshops! Vinatha will also be offering 2 courses on April 21 and you can register for both at an attractive price.