Experience the joy of Bhakti Yoga through Carnatic singing
with Bhavana Pradyumna
Fridays, 23 April – 14 May 2021 (online via zoom)
7:00 pm – 8:30 pm, Central European Time (CET)
The course gives a sound foundation and a good introduction to Carnatic singing. It gives an opportunity to start a journey in experiencing the complex system of music in a simpler way through Bhakti.
Each class will include 30 minutes of therory and 60 minutes of practice of carnatic singing.
You do not need to know indian music nor have prior knowledge of singing to join the course.
Bhavana Pradyumna is from Bangalore, South India and lives in Paris with her family. She has a Masters in Carnatic Music. She is the Founder President of the Conservatoire Carnatique de Paris. She is also a yoga isntructor. She has given carnatic music workshops across Europe and India. She is the author of several books on carnatic music:
- Children’s Carnatic series
- Approach to Music: the Indian way, volumes 1 and 2.
Each class will inlcude 30 minutes of therory and 60 minutes of practice of carnatic singing. The topics will include:
Understanding the history of Music
Music as a mode of Bhakti Yoga
Concepts of Raga(melody) and Tala (rhythm)
Bhakti Yoga through Composers and learn a song
Theory notations and recordings are provided
Language: English with simultaneous translation into German, French and Spanish
Participation fee: 54 € for the whole course
As all our current online activities, the programme will also be taught through zoom.
The daily programme with zoom links will be sent upon registration.