Join Tritha at her fabulous music workshop in France!

Voice/body/mind/soul uniting on 18-19 October 2014

Tritha and its prayer bowl

VOICE – Learn how to sing with simple techniques of Indian classical vocal music
BODY – Learn simple asanas of yoga to stay in one position for long time and corrective breathing exercises
MIND – Learn to relax the mind through singing exercises, meditation and indian cooking therapies.
SOUL – Have a wholistic enrichment of the soul through the entire process.

[Workshop includes food and lodging at the castle of Mongoger amidst the beautiful reserve forest].

Register at http://www.chateaudemontgoger.com/voicebodymindbody.html

Teachers profile

Originally from Calcutta, Tritha is a child prodigy in music. She

began studying Indian classical music at 5 years old in the Agra,

Patiala and Bishnupur gharana and has never stopped. She is now

mastering the intricacies and techniques of Indian classical singing,

thanks to the tutelage of her reputed worldwide master, guru Pandit

Santanu Bandhyopadyay.

After a career on stage in Bollywood music, she decided in 2010

to devote herself to her own music and compositions. Her unique style,

mixing Indian classical and psychedelic punk-rock rhythms has

seduced critics and audiences alike in India as well as in Europe.

Tritha was featured in BBC and in the most popular music show

TRACKS on TV channel Arte. French TV show of Canal Plus, Les

Nouveau Explorateurs, featured Tritha as a young indian classical

musician making unique contemporary styles.

Her album “PaGli” has released on Sony Music in June 2014.

As an ethical desire to share her knowledge of Indian classical music

and its beneficial effects for singing and meditation, she conducts

music workshops now in different parts of the world.

She is also a great cook of Indian cuisine from the east and strongly

believes cooking is therapeutic for the mind!!

Register at http://www.chateaudemontgoger.com/voicebodymindbody.html

Write to me at trithasinha@gmail.com for more details…

 

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