The institute of Jayamangala is named after two sisters Jayam and Mangalam from Kerala. Jayam was disciple of the legendary Ayya Bhagavathar of Chembai village in Kerala. While Jayam was a performer, Mangalam was a motivator. They learnt and performed music and composed many songs and wrote a book “Ambal Stuthi.”
Courses offered: A few of the art forms taught at JM: Indian classical vocal music: South-Indian Carnatic Indian classical dances: Bharatnatyam, Mohini Attam Indian classical instrumental music: Violin, Veena, Santoor, Mridangam, Tabla and Edakka Ensemble services: Full LIVE orchestral support for dance and music concerts. Music compositions Dance programs- classical, folk, dance dramas Classical and devotional music concerts Dance choreography
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