Shruthi Vishwanath

Shruthi Vishwanath is a musician, composer and educator based in Pune. Shruthi is trained in both Hindustani and Carnatic music but her...

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Shruthi Vishwanath - Abhang

Shruthi Vishwanath - Abhang is travelling to DPS Coimbatore as part of our Arts at Play - Arts Encounter Offering

 

India has a long unbroken history of the arts, with each region of the country throwing up a phenomenal diversity of arts expressions and practices. So much of who we are is in our arts and culture. 

Junoon's Arts Encounters bring performing arts from across India to your doorstep, so that students may experience and revel in the rich culture we have.             

Each Arts Encounter is a performance-interaction opening the doors to a unique performance form. Students and teachers get to know the heartbeat of a form, its essential structures, its specific guidelines for creativity, and its space for improvisation and play. They are also introduced to the cultures, histories and geographies that the forms arise from. And finally, they are treated to powerful performances by the professional artists, so that they may experience the magic and attraction of each form.

We are delighted to be bringing Junoon’s Arts Encounters to the middle and senior school students of Delhi Public School, Coimbatore on the 13th of February 2020.

  

ABOUT THE CONDUCTOR :

Shruthi Vishwanath is a musician, composer and educator based in Pune. Shruthi is trained in both
Hindustani and Carnatic music but her connection with abhangs goes back to her childhood, when she used to accompany her mother to community singing sessions. That’s where Shruthi first learnt to sing compositions by the great Warkari poet-saints, like Tukaram, Gnyaneshwar and Kanhopatra, among many others. Shruteendra Katagade plays the tabla and Yuji Nakagawa plays the sarangi.

Shruthi Vishwanath is a musician, composer and educator based in Pune. Shruthi is trained in both Hindustani and Carnatic music but her connection with abhangs goes back to her childhood, when she used to accompany her mother to community singing sessions. That’s where Shruthi first learnt to sing compositions by the great Warkari poet-saints, like Tukaram, Gnyaneshwar and Kanhopatra, among many others.

Venues Dates Time
Age
10-17 yrs
Languages
English,Hindi
Fee
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