SA-RE-GA-MA is the scale (tone) of Indian sub-continental vocal as well as instrumental music. DHA-DHIN or TAK-TETE-KETE are like an alphabet of complementary drum (rhythm) sounds which work together.
Indian music means entering a very different world of sensation, feelings and emotions that leads you in to the environment of mythological India. It is four thousand years old. There is so much research and many applications depending on the age and state of cultures. The most interesting way is to listen and learn from a Master (gurudev). How is it possible that the message from long ago can speak to us today?
This month's special guest is Mr. Sushanta Kumar Bhowmik, who studies microbiology in Tsukuba. For an interesting experience, come to the COFFEE HOUR and experience the emotion of a performance of vocal music, with a classical touch in Hindi and also Rabindra-Sangit (Tagor song) and Nazrul-Giti in Bengali.
Date / Time:September 26 (Wed.) 14:00?16:00 Guest: Mr. Sushanta Kumar BhowmikiINDIAj Place:Tsukuba Information Center 3F
Chikako Ikeda Ibaraki International Association, Tsukuba Office (Tsukuba Information Center) Tel 0298-52-6789 Fax 0298-55-8294 e-mail:www[at]info-tsukuba.org
The International Women's Network (IWN) is a group of women who enjoy chatting with people from all over the world. We hold a monthly potluck dinner where we exchange information about the local community while eating a variety of foods. No reservation is needed to attend the potluck. Just bring one dish of food and show up at the meeting. Newcomers are always welcome! Take advantage of this unique opportunity to enjoy the international city of Tsukuba with us!
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