Recipient of Best Concert award from Madras Music Academy & Purandara award from Sangeetha Sabha, Bangalore.
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Carnatic classical music is one of the most refined music traditions of India. Violin has been an integral part of this eclectic musical form. It has been revered as a solo as well as an accompanying instrument in the entire Indian classical music fraternity.
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Duet concerts performer along with her younger sister Vidushi Smitha HM - Carnatic Vocal and Carnatic Violin
Learning Carnatic violin is an achievement for an instrumentalist as well as a vocalist. This course is aimed at students who have learned the fundamentals of Carnatic violin. The intermediate course will cover-
It takes about 1 to 2 years depending upon the students’ grasping capacity and practice.
About the teacher
Sindhu Suchethan is a professional Carnatic musician who performs both Carnatic Vocal and Carnatic Violin. She has trained under the tutelage of Ganakalashree Vidwan HK Narasimha Murthy, Vid.HN Rajalakshmi, Vid.Pushpasreenivasan and Violin Maestro Vid.HN Bhaskar. An 'A' graded artist of All India Radio and Doordarshan. She had collaborated with her younger sister Vid.HM Smitha for several performances and music albums.
Suchethan is a recipient of a CCRT scholarship from the Central government. She is received several awards and accolades including -
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Has a unique learning style
Is at a different learning stage
Has different posture and instrument holding style
Has different mind-hand coordination
Has a different understanding of rhythm and melody
And a different GOAL!
Andrea Amati was the first one to create violin of the family that we see today. He made around 38 violins between 1560 and 1574, which were then delivered to the Charles IX of France. Some of those instruments are still surviving and are playable even today.