@BramptonLibrary: Sandhya Srivatsan, Artistic Director, Gaanavarshini, Indian Classical vocal music
I am Sandhya Srivatsan, Artistic Director of the Indian classical vocal music school, Gaanavarshini. I hail from a family of musicians and love to train students aspiring to perform solo and group concerts in Indian Classical music. As a Gerontologist, I provide interactive, inter generational music sessions to the frail and elderly seniors in the community. I have trained students to perform concerts, participate in competitions and created awareness in the community about this ancient classical art from from Southern India. With my global experience in performing, students get trained to perform as part of a choir and as a solo artist. As a collaborator, I train my students to perform with diverse artists and percussionists. To understand this ancient art form of Carnatic music, contact: email@example.com Due to COVID, we have transitioned to online teaching so if you want to learn Indian Classical music or would want us to perform virtually for your family or seniors in the family, feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org Do watch our YouTube online performance: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xx80KFujxM0
This event is free.
Gaanavarshini, Indian Classical Vocal Music school: Gaanavarshini was founded in 2006 with the following mission: Teach and impart Carnatic music (vocal singing) among youth and middle age population of South Asian origin. Preserve and pass on this ancient art form to benefit Canadians of South Asian descent. Develop an awareness of this rich cultural heritage among Canadians of varied origins and background. Offer Carnatic music as a therapy/recreation to seniors in the community to assist in healthy aging. Due to COVID, we have transitioned to online teaching so if you want to learn Indian Classical music or would want us to perform virtually for your family or seniors in the family, feel free to contact me at email@example.com
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