April 13, 2012
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SPECIAL THANKS -
Photographer: Ken Bhogal @ RealVision - http://www.realvisionstudio.co.uk/index.html
Big thanks to Dj Shahmoney for the music! - http://www.youtube.com/user/banglishkidd123/videos
October 24, 2010
Dance Sansaar has delivered Bhangra Dance and music workshops throughout the UK. Since 2004 it has been our pleasure to have worked with over 250,000 people, at over 1000 schools and community organisations across the country.
Through commitment and dedication we have built a reputation for delivering enjoyable,
memorable and interactive dance workshops, seminars and online resources.
If you have participated in one of our workshops, we would love to hear what you thought about the experience, please leave your comments in the form below…
August 12, 2010
Project venue: Hodge Hill Sports and Enterprise College
Website link: http://www.hodgehill.bham.sch.uk/
Contact at school:
Project outline: Deliver Bhangra music and dance workshops during the week and deliver a performance piece at the end.
Artist: Harvi & Jag
Jag and I have been working with 3 groups with around 18 students in each group. We have looked at Bhangra dance, Bollywood dance and learned to play rhythms on the Dhol. The activities are a part of the summer school programme and were organised by Octoplus and facilitated by Sound Futures.
The week has gone very well and the student have been exemplary! There has been a very positive vibe throughout the week and a real sense of cohesion from everyone involved; including the facilitators, support staff, co-ordinators and participants. Read more
July 15, 2010
Project venue: Boldmere Infants School, Birmingham
Website link: http://web.boldmere-inf.bham.sch.uk/
Contact at school: Nicki Bell
Project outline: Deliver a Bhangra discovery workshops to all classes from Nursery to year 2
This was my third visit to the school and it’s always a very warm and loving place to come back to. Over the years I have built up a good relationship with the staff and even some of the children remember who I am! Most of them refer to me as ‘the Bhangra man’, but a few of them did remember my name too! Read more
June 17, 2010
Project venue: Washwood Heath Children’s Centre
Website link: http://www.washwdhn.bham.sch.uk/
Project outline: 12 week project to engage young people from 0 to 4 years, in music & dance.
For the first day of the project I welcomed the 3 to 4 year old children and their parents by playing the Dhol drum. This was to see the young peoples reaction, and also to get them used to the sound of the dhol. Read more