Kalabhavan is a rich promise to the cultural revival of the country. Kalabhavan stands for the promotion of cultural talents, on a scale never before attempted by any other organisation governmental or public. This prestigious institution has been the grooming ground for music legends like Yesudas. S. Janaki, Sujatha and the South Indian superstars like Jayaram, Dileep, box office director Siddique and Lal among others.
Kalabhavan has also earned international acclaim through its riveting stage programmes. Its troupes have been enthralling audiences all over the world over the past decades.In the Gulf, Kalabhavan Kuwait, Dubai, Baharain, Qatar & Oman will leave no stone unturned in its quest to promote a whole range of fine arts including classical dance, folk dance, classical music, Western Music, percussion instruments, stringed instruments, drawing & paintings etc.. among the Asians, Arabs, Europeans, Americans etc.
Whether you are an adult planning to start lessons or a parent of a child interested in taking up the guitar, you may be wondering what to expect from your first lesson. Guitar is a fun and rewarding instrument to play, but can also be challenging. During your first lesson at Kalabhavan we will first determine what level you are. At Kalabhavan we share our love for music by teaching students how to play a guitar using an organized, friendly and motivating approach that allow them to enjoy this instrument for a life time.
Training an individual and choral singing with vocal exercise. Our singing syllabus offers the choice and flexibility to allow candidates to play to their strength, enabling them to gain recognition for their own unique skills as performers
Bharata Natyam is an Indian classical dance form, which takes its origin at Tamilnadu. This dance form denotes various 19th and 20th century reconstructions of Sadir, the art of temple dancers called Devadasis.Mohiniyattam is also a classical dance form, which is believed to be originated in 16th century. It is considered a very graceful form of dance meant to be performed as solo recitals by women. Folk Dance is extremely simple with minimum of steps or movement. The dances burst with verve and vitality. This can be performed as a solo one, group dance or as a mixed one of men and women
Folk dance is a term broadly used to describe all forms of folk and tribal dances in regions across India. While Indian classical dance is considered a higher form of art and was practiced in courts, temples and on special occasions, folk dance forms are practiced in groups in rural areas as an expression of their daily work and rituals. They are performed on religious , seasonal festivals or entertainment. Some of the popular folk dances that are performed across villages and cities are Bhangra, Garba, Kalbelia
It is an ancient form of Classical Music associated with South India.Our dedicated faculty will teach with appropriate Sruti, Laya, Bhavam, Swaram, and Gamakam, to the learners. Both vocal and instrumental classes are held for the students.The curriculumn includes Junior, Senior and proficiency level Violin and Vocal music lessons
Our Dance training classes are provided by trained and qualified dancers. These professionals are aware with various methodologies and techniques of dances that enable us to provide fruitful dance learning. They provide easy and simple learn techniques so that students can grasp the maximum dance steps. Our offered dance classes are highly demanded by students due to their ease of dance learning
We offers drawing classes and workshops for beginning to advanced students. Basic drawing students work with pencil and charcoal, learning to use line, value, gesture, and perspective. Students work with a variety of subjects, including the figure, still life, and landscape. There are nine different sections offered. More advanced students learn to integrate other media into their work, including pen, ink, and watercolor, and begin to focus on more complex and advanced techniques. Courses are offered year-round, during the week, weekend, day and evening.
Regular Classes : Monday through Saturday
From 9:00 am to 12:00 pm and 3:00 pm to 9pm
(Sundays are not working)
Summer Camp : Sunday through Thursday
From 9:00 am to 7:00 pm
Winter Camp : Sunday through Thursday
From 9:00 am to 2:000 pm
Kalabhavan Music Learning Center
Mezanine Floor, Office-2
Fas Office Bldg. Al-Mina road
Near Post office round about, Rolla
Sharjah. United Arab Emirates
(Between Central Post Office and ADCB Bank bldg. and Opposite to Caesers Confectionary)
Phone no : 055 5410 486, 06-5517624
Email Id : firstname.lastname@example.org
Website : www.kalabhavanuae.com