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If the thought of playing Indian classical music on a Western instrument excites you, the Mandolin is an excellent option to give way! The stringed instrument was introduced to Carnatic classical music, but Hindustani classical music is rarely played on a Mandolin.
If you are experimentative and wish to learn to play Hindustani classical music on the Mandolin, this course by the accomplished Mandolin player Rajarshi Sengupta is an ideal bid for you.
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Bachelor of Business Administration from Future Institute of Engineering and Management
Master of Business Administration from Future Institute of Engineering and Management
Teacher - Monomanjari Institute of Performing Arts and Research
Along with learning the basics of Mandolin like stroking patterns and finger techniques, the students will learn the following topics:
About the Teacher: Rajarshi Sengupta is the son of renowned artists Dr Pandit Ranajit Sengupta & Shirin Sengupta Nath. He plays the custom-made 19-stringed Indian Classical Mandolin specially designed by Peter Neubecker (Germany) & Mukunda Biswas (India) for him to Play Indian Ragas.
He is a National Scholar of the Ministry of Culture, Govt. of India & a regular Artist on All India Radio & Television (Youth Section). Trained under his parents (Indian Classical Vocalist Smt. Shirin Sengupta Nath & Sarode Maestro Dr Pandit Ranajit Sengupta) Rajarshi has travelled around the Globe with his illustrious parents.
And he has performed in many Prestigious International Music Festivals like the Orient Festival, Estonia, and Musica Sacra International in Germany, Austria and the Netherlands. Rajarshi has also performed for the Milapfest, UK, in 2020 and several other International festivals & venues. He has done several collaborative projects with musicians from Germany and Brazil.
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