Grand-Prix award at IX International World Music Festival - Sharq Taronalari organized under the patronage of UNESCO.
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Recommended: 1 class per week | 12-16 weeks to level up
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Classical Indian Voice Lessons is a course designed to instruct those interested in any classical Indian vocal style, including Sufi, Bhakti, Hori, Kajri, and Chaiti. This course takes place in one 60-minute session each week over the duration of 24 weeks. Designed to teach hobbyists and professionals alike, this course will prepare students to perform classical Indian vocals at an intermediate level. Designed and taught by established classical singer and composer Rashmi Agarwal, the diverse lesson plan for this course will accommodate any learning style.
M.A. in Vocal Music from Allahabad University
Professional - Musician
This classical Indian vocals course will begin with a one-on-one session between the student and the teacher to establish the desired outcome of this course. During this session, students may choose to pursue an intermediate level of training in Sufi, Bhakti, Hori, Kajri, and Chaiti. After course setup, instructor Rashmi Agarwal will personalize the course to ensure each student learns the voice culture, singing techniques, history of the style, and a song to perform with their new skill.
About Rashmi Agarwal: Rashmi Agarwal is a well established Indian classical singer and composer from Delhi. Born and brought up in Allahabad, Agarwal was first exposed to the world of music at a young age through her father. She started learning music in an academic setting early and continued it through graduation. She completed her post graduation in Hindustani classical music from the University of Allahabad. Agarwal’s training under Gurus like Smt. Kamala Bose in Allahabad, Smt. Savita Devi in Delhi for Thumri-Dadra, and Smt. Shanti Hiranand for Ghazal Gayaki has propelled her skills putting her in the top of her musical industry. Specializing in light classical Sufi/Bhakti and Ghazal singing, she is well-known for her spiritual singing. Rashmi Agarwal is the first and only Indian woman to win the Grand-Prix Award at the IX International World Music Festival, ‘Sharq Taronalari’ (Melodies of Orient), August 2013, Samarkand, Uzbekistan. Rashmi Agarwal was awarded the Sambhavna Sammaan in 2014 followed by Utthan Natraj Samman in 2018 in Delhi. She is also an artist of the Indian Council for Cultural Relations (ICCR) for performances abroad.
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