Senior Class Workshop with Rukmini Vijaykumar Application - Arizona
Brought to you by: SPICMACAY ASU with the support of IAC Connect

Workshop date: August 19, 2018
Time: 7am - 11am

Please sign-up for an opportunity to learn from one of the top most leading Bharathnatyam artists in India. Her unique choreography, innovative thinking and graceful dancing is something that can not be explained in words! Take up this opportunity to learn for 4 hours under her guidance.

Who can participate?
If you are in the Arangetram level (6+ years of learning) or higher, you will most benefit from this workshop.

What you will be taught:
1. Angha Shuddha practices and techniques (extensive practice of adavus, focusing on proper alignment and conditioning of body, as well as ideas on sequencing adavus together for korvais and jathis)
2. Discussion of various topics from the Natya Shastra/theory
3. If time permits - one full dance item (audio will be given at the end of workshop)

Early bird Registration (Before August 1, 2018) - $100
Normal Registration (August 1st - Aug 10th) - $125
* We are not accepting any applications after August 10, 2018

If you refer a friend to take part in the workshop and they sign-up, you will get a chance to receive a gift from Rukmini on the day of the workshop. The more referrals you give and people signup the higher chances of you winning. Just make sure, they submit your name in the last question of the application (below).
*Note - You have to have submitted this application and paid the fees to be able to refer someone

For any questions you may have please contact:
Miruthula Jegadesan - - (480) 678-3992
Kowshik Thopalli - - (650) 495-8746

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Sample of Smt. Rukmini's Dance
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Years of practicing Bharathnatyam *
Have you completed your Arangetram? *
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