Mon, 26 Apr | Online Zoom Workshop

Rhythm & Konnakol by B.C. Manjunath & Prathap Ramachandra

Upahaar's Workshop Series' April edition is a Rhythm & Konnakol workshop by B.C. Manjunath & Prathap Ramachandra.
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Rhythm & Konnakol by B.C. Manjunath & Prathap Ramachandra

Time & Location

26 Apr, 18:00 BST – 30 Apr, 19:15 BST
Online Zoom Workshop

About The Event

RHYTHM & KONNAKOL Workshop Schedule:

Day 1: Rhythmic rock  

Day 2: Peep into perspective (dancer’s)  

Day 3: Crunching Korvais 

Day 4: Speed with syllables 

Day 5: Recap & Repeat (plus Q & A)

About B.C. Manjunath

Competent and dynamic artiste with outstanding credentials. Recipient of several acclaimed awards like Bismillah khan yuva puraskar, Ganakalashree to name a few. Noteworthy track record of performances at prestigious platforms in India and overseas with world renowned artistes like Pandit Ravishankar, Akram khan of varied genre. Rhythm Researcher, Sensitive musician well versed with Indian Classical, World Music, Modern Jazz, Contemporary Dance, Contemporary classical music, Indifusion and many more styles. Proficient in reading, transcribing and playing from Western notation having worked with composers. Trained teacher conducting well received workshops in the global scenario. Author creating personalised CDs and cassettes. Brand ambassador elevating overall concert flavour and ambience with intuitive synchronisation blending well with different art forms. Comfortable with cultural diversities.

About Prathap Ramachandra

Prathap Ramachandra is an Internationally acclaimed South Indian Percussionist, who specialises in playing Mridangam, Ghatam, Khanjira and rendering Konnakol. He started his career as a performer at a very young age and has taken his sounds to some of the biggest stages in the world and has performed in some of the biggest festivals around the globe. Prathap has been present in the British music scene for over two decades, his musical journey consists of accompaniment to world-renowned artists from India and abroad and cross-cultural collaborations in music and dance that have allowed him to craft interesting approaches to Indian rhythms. His unique perspective on percussion has led to the creation of his own band “Rhythm Yatra” which can be translated to “Journey of Rhythm”, displaying a flamboyant side of Indian Classical Music.

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