Graded artist of All India Radio. Awarded Young Artist in the field of Ghazal from Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India, 2019.
US $21.6 per class |
for 1-on-1, 45 mins class
Recommended: 1 class per week | 12-16 weeks to level up
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This course for beginners covers the basics of Hindustani classical vocal music and vocal training in the 16 weeks long tenure. It will help the student to identify their pitch and understand swar, saptak, and rhythm conceptually as well as their practical implementation while singing. This course is mentored by seasoned performer and experienced teacher - Palash Chandra Biswas. By the end of this course, the students will be able to sing basic Raags with all confidence.
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Bachelor of Performing Arts from Banaras Hindu University
Masters of Performing Arts from Raja Maan Singh University
Sangeet Prabhakar from Prayag Sangeet Samiti Allahabad
The unique approach of Palash Chandra as a mentor is to recognize the student’s level of understanding of music, their learning abilities, and voice quality. He molds his teaching methodologies accordingly. A lot of emphases is given to significant concepts such as - swar, laya, and taal. The technicalities in each concept of classical music are discussed in detail. Regular assessment is carried out within the tenure of the course to evaluate the student’s progress.
The highlights of the course include the following:
About the Teacher -
Palash Chandra Biswas has acquired Sangeet Prabhakar from Prayag Sangeet Samiti, Allahabad. He has earned Master's Degree in Performing Arts from Raja Maan Singh University and in Hindustani Classical Music (Vocal) from Banaras Hindu University.
He has been conferred as Young Artist in the field of Ghazal by the Ministry of Culture in 2019, and is a Graded Artist for Bhajan in All India Radio, among several other recognitions and accolades at different cultural platforms.
He has been offering vocal and instrumental training classes for Hindustani classical music through online and offline classes.
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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.