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Recommended: 1 class per week | 12-16 weeks to level up
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This is an Onlive (online + live), 1-on-1, Hindustani classical vocals course that is available for all learning levels on our platform. Taught by singer, vocal expert, and mentor Aditi Mukherjee, this course is all about learning the different styles in Hindustani classical music. The enrolled students will be picking up swaragram, paltas, and many other technical concepts in this course for all learning levels. Taught over a span of 30 weeks, these classes will be held for a duration of 45 minutes, once a week. After the successful completion of this course, the enrolled students will be able to incorporate these singing styles in their singing or while learning different compositions in Hindustani music.
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B.A. ( Honors)) from Calcutta University
Founder & Teacher - Alankaar Music Academy Bengaluru
Your instructor for the course, acclaimed singer, and mentor Aditi Mukherjee will teach swaragram, paltas initially with the help of an instrument (keyboard/harmonium). She will create these paltas depending on the voice training needed by the enrolling students.After the students acquire a good grip on swaras, she will train them to sing with tanpura alone. Along with voice training, she will also teach different ragas and taans in full detail. She will also teach old Hindi or Bengali songs as per students' requests. Enrolled students will benefit from this detailed curriculum as she conducts multiple programs to keep her students engaged and constant evaluation is done through examinations for which they are provided certificates.
About the instructor: Your instructor for this course is Aditi Mukherjee and she has been teaching Hindustani classical vocal music for the past 20 years now. She helps her students get a grip over basic to advanced levels so that they are proficient in singing any kind of song in the future.
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Has a unique learning style
Is at a different learning stage
Has a different voice texture, tonal quality and intonation
Has a different understanding of rhythm and melody
Has different breathing capabilities
And a different GOAL!
Traditionally, Hindu Hindustani classical music practitioners are referred to as Pandit and Muslim practitioners as Ustad. Religious neutrality has been an essential aspect of Hindustani music since Sufi times; this is why Ustads could sing compositions in praise of Hindu deities and vice versa.