Peripherals of Performance, Peripheral Performance: Marginalised Crafts and Repertoires of Metal Musical Instruments in Southern India

5:00pm - 6:00pm / Tuesday 3rd December 2019 / Venue: This lecture will take place in the Budden Lecture Theatre. Architecture
Type: Lecture / Category: Department
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Join Professor Sharada Srinivasan, metallurgist archaeologist and accomplished Bharat Natyam dancer, and discover the traditional folk and classical performance styles of southern India. Explore how urbanisation has had an effect on this art form and the craft behind instruments such as the Villupattu.