Learn to spin a hula hoop or jam with fellow musicians at these sessions in Bengaluru – Bangalore Mirror

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Let it flow

Dive into the magical world of flow arts manipulate objects, create illusions and learn new tricks with the super versatile Eshna Kutty from New Delhi. While she will teach you how to seamlessly dance with hula hoops, Yacobeh from Bengaluru will teach you to effortlessly spin poi through geometric and rhythmic patterns. At Attakkalari Centre for Movement Arts, Wilson Garden, from 7pm to 10pm, on December 18 & 19, (fee) `700 for single class and up, instamojo.com

Draw like a pro

Dance to heal Named after a contemporary mystic, Gurdjieff is a sacred dance, whose beautiful and charismatic movements are believed to create a magical feeling inside you. This dance session seeks to bring attention to neglected and subtle facets of your lives at the most fundamental levels of existence, and will make use of movement, contemplation and conversation. At Shoonya - Centre for Art and Somatic Practices, Lal Bagh Main Road, from 6.30pm, on December 18, (entry) `2,000 onwards

Picture perfect

Are you looking for some artistic inspiration to get you through the week? Then browse through some great works of photography by Reuben Kataria and Porus Kharghat that are on display at the Bon Voyage show. It also features a selection of artworks from Shaun Heffernan and Vijit Pillai.

WHERE: Floor L1, JW Marriott Hotel, Vittal Mallya Road, Shanthala Nagar, Ashok Nagar WHEN: 11 am onwards, on view till December 31 CALL: 8067189999

Make music

Singing or listening to music. Who doesnt like that? So take a musical break at this meetup called Music Jam. Bring your cheerful selves along with a musical instrument, that is, if you play one, and join the gathering to jam, make music and learn new tricks. Listeners are welcome to join. At Lahe Lahe, HAL 2nd Stage, Indiranagar, from 7.30pm, on December 18, (entry) `177 onwards, bookmyshow.com

Sing a song Belt out your favourite tunes and channel your inner karaoke superstar this evening. Whether your go-to is a power house pop number, a Hindi ballad or rock and roll classic, KJ Jonas got you covered. So clear your throat and sing and dance at the Karaoke night with a bunch of buddies.

WHERE: Hard Rock Cafe, St Marks Road WHEN: 8pm onwards, December 18 CALL: 41242222


Plan Ahead

70 and going strong United Nations Childrens Fund, or UNICEF as it is better known, is celebrating its 70th anniversary in India. On this occasion, Grammy Award winner and celebrity advocate Ricky Kej will perform at a concert this week. Among his many hits, he will also perform a song that he has composed to mark this moment. The lyrics of the song, titled Wake up! For Every Child, has been crowdsourced from more than 40 child advocates across the country.

Kej needs no introduction. He is a Grammy Award winner, UNESCO Global Ambassador for Kindness and a renowned environmentalist, who has performed at prestigious venues in over 35 countries.

His past repertoire of work includes 16 studio albums released internationally, over 3,500 commercials and four feature films, including the natural history documentary Wild Karnataka narrated by Sir David Attenborough. During his long musical career, Kej has associated and collaborated with artists such as Ladysmith Black Mambazo, Peter Gabriel, Philip Lawrence (Bruno Mars), Roger Waters, Amitabh Bachchcan, Shankar Mahadevan, Rick Allen (Def Leppard), Patti Austin, Vishwa Mohan Bhatt, etc.

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