US $30 per class |
for 1-on-1, 40 mins class
Recommended: 1 class per week | 12-16 weeks to level up
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If you have worked on the basic and the intermediate level of Hindustani classical vocals and are aiming to take your musical journey to the next level, then this course is the perfect bid for you! Designed by the highly trained and acclaimed vocalist, Arnab Chatterjee, these classes will revolve around the development of Gayaki and the subtle art of performing as an artist. Students will also learn all about the intricate concepts revolving around Raga music.
BSC (Economics), BMus from Kolkata University
Founder And Principal Trainer - Saptasur Foundation Of Music
The following concepts will be covered:
About the Teacher: Arnab Chatterjee was initiated into music at the early age of five by his father Late Sangeetacharya Sree Arun Kr Chatterjee, a learned musician of the Kirana Gharana. He then sought guidance from the legendary Hindustani classical vocalist, Late Pandit A. Kanan, Vidushi Malabika Kanan, and Ustad Mashkoor Ali Khan.
At the very young age of seven, he shared the platform with Ustad Amjad Ali Khan at Suresh Sangeet Sammelan, Kolkata in 1979. At nine, he performed at the ITC S.R.A. Sangeet Sammelan in 1981. He received the National Talent Scholarship and gold medal along with the degree of Sangeet Visharad for securing the first position.
Arnab is an ‘A’ grade artist at the All India Radio & Doordarshan, Kolkata. The Sursingar Samsad, Mumbai, bestowed him with the Title of `Surmani`. Also, he is an empanelled artist of Hindustani classical music(vocal) by ICCR, Govt of India. Arnab was the winner of the All India Music Competition organized by Pandit Omkarnath Thakur Sangeet Mondal, Bharuch, Gujrat in 2002.
Arnab is associated with Rabindra Bharati University, Bengal Music College Under the University of Kolkata and Vishwa Varati Shantiniketan as an External Examiner of Classical Vocal Music. Bharatiya Sanskriti Samsad, Kolkata, titled him as the Best vocalist for the year 2005.
Arnab Chatterjee was deputed at Indira Gandhi Cultural Centre, Dhaka, Bangladesh as Hindustani Vocal Music trainer cum performer by ICCR, Govt. of India from Feb 2010 to Feb 2012. He is the torch bearer of the pure tradition of Kirana Gharana and has been passing the legacy of the tradition by teaching several students worldwide. He also experiments by mixing the other forms of Gayaki both in Khyal and Thumri to make his renditions unique and colourful.
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