|Classical Indian vocal courses, Easter 2012
Tutors from across India arrive in the UK every year for the Asian Music Circuit’s annual classical Indian vocal courses. In 2012, we are proposing residential dhrupad and thumri courses in Dartington, Devon, in partnership with Dartington Hall. The courses would form part of their annual Tagore Festival around Easter.
Interested in taking part? Answer our short survey and we'll use your feedback when planning over the next few weeks.
Authentic Rajasthani Brass Band for hire, summer 2012
In summer 2012, the Asian Music Circuit brings the fabulous Jaipur Maharaja Brass Band to the UK for a special summer tour. They will also be available to hire for weddings, parties and other private events – contact us to book now.
India’s Jaipur Maharaja Brass Band play a range of traditional brass instruments while their remarkable gypsy dancer performs her famous "cobra dance" and their fire-eating fakir dazzles by walking barefoot across nails, breathing fire and balancing glasses and pots on his head.
The music combines energetic Indian melodies, traditional Rajasthani folk music and popular themes from Bollywood, jazz and pop. The result of this vibrant fusion of colour, sound and movement has left audiences the world over breathless and demanding more... Watch a performance online or to find out more and book now, contact Aurélie on email@example.com or 020 8742 9911.
West London venue hire
Our Museum of Asian Music is a flexible rehearsal/performance/event space available for short-term hire. With capacity for 60 people, step-free access, toilets and kitchen and free parking, it is located just one minute from Acton Park and is easily walkable from Acton and Chiswick town centres.
Take a look at some photos, or to discuss bookings, call us on 020 8742 9911 or email firstname.lastname@example.org - we look forward to hearing from you.
You might also be interested in the following events taking place this winter from other cultural organisations...
Partner Promotion: The Bollywood Trip
12 – 18 December 2011
Queen Elizabeth Hall, London
What happens when a Bollywood star winds up in a psychiatric ward in Denmark? Chaos, comedy, music, love and spectacular bollywood dancing. Direct from its Copenhagen premiere with five star reviews, the show hits London with a bang. East meets West as an international cast present this tragi-comedy by Republique, one of Denmark’s most acclaimed theatre companies. Buy tickets / more info
Partner Promotion: Chasing Mirrors: My Portrait, Shape by Shape
Until 08 January 2012
National Portrait Gallery, London
Take part in a range of free events as part of the Chasing Mirrors season, focusing on contemporary visual art and culture inspired by connections with the greater Middle East. See Chasing Mirrors: My Portrait, Shape by Shape, an installation of new work reflecting on portraiture and concepts of representation and identity, by British-Iraqi artist Athier Mousawi. More info