On this session of #LockdownWithWeekend, Bharatanatyam dancer Leela Samson will deliver an eclectic and knowledgeable perspective on the significance of the top and the center to create an equal music
If artwork is a mirrored image of life, and life will get fragmented, distracted and chaotic, what occurs to the humanities? How does an artiste make a deliberate selection that permits them to create a real reflection of what’s of their head and coronary heart? Leela Samson, Bharatanatyam dancer, choreographer and instructor, will share her insights on what goes into her means of consciously and sensitively discovering that stability to create a murals.
“As we speak in dance, all the things is more and more changing into so bodily, cerebral, calculative, so to talk. How does one retain the emotive in a approach that dance turns into a reflector of the self? I believe these are crucial questions not just for us, but in addition for the longer term era of dancers,” says the founding father of Spanda Dance Firm (that turns 25 this yr). An alumnus of Kalakshetra, she went on to function its director for seven years between 2005 and 2012.
Additionally an writer and an actor, she served as Chairperson, Sangeet Natak Akademi, New Delhi in addition to Chairperson, Central Board of Movie Certification, and is a Padma Shri award recipient. She is going to deliver to the dialog an eclectic and knowledgeable perspective on the significance of the top and the center to create an equal music.