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   Pt. Charanjit Chatur Lal


 

Pt. Charanjit Chaturlal  (Please see also: www.chaturlaltabla.com)

Ganesh Academy of Indian Arts sponsored private and group classes in Tabla and Sitar with Pt. Charanjit Chatur Lal during June 17-27, 2006. One does not have to have a set of drums to take lessons. Drums are provided. Melissa Sproul-Singh is available to continue lessons until Guruji Lal's next visit. Call now for more  information and to make an appointment. You may schedule a class at your convenience either day or evening. One lesson a day is suggested when Guruji Lal is  in this area. Drums are also available for purchase.

Tabla: Drums of India
Lecture & Demonstration Concert
Douglass Theatre June 23, 2006,
 Macon, GA 7PM

Once again Ganesh Academy was happy to host  Pandit Charanjit Chatur Lal and his son, Pranshu Lal, in an Introductory performance of Tabla  drums used in Classical Indian music. The Lal family has a long tradition of performance around the world and his visit was a rare treat.  We hosted events in Macon and Milledgeville. The main event was a lecture, demonstration, and concert at the Historic  Douglass Theatre at 355 MLK,Jr. Bvd in Macon. The audience was provided time to speak with the artists. Indian crafts were available for purchase.

Tabla: Drums of India
Lecture & Demonstration
May 24, 2005 6:30 PM
Arts & Sciences Auditorium
Georgia College & State University

The Music Department and the Interdisciplinary Studies Department of GCSU proudLy  presented Pandit Charanjit Chatur Lal and his son, Pranshu Lal, in an Introductory performance of Tabla which is one of the basic drums used in Classical Indian music. The Lal family has a long tradition of performance around the world. the evening was a rare treat for Milledgeville. The evening was opened by a presentation of Indian Classical Dance by Parvati Melissa Sproul-Singh, who studied Odissi Classical Dance in India for many years.  this evening of authentic Indian music and dance was presented on Georgia College & State University's cable TV station.