Performed on All India Radio and TV Channels in Kolkata.
US $16.2 per class |
for 1-on-1, 45 mins class
Recommended: 1 class per week | 12-16 weeks to level up
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Students who have acquired the basic flair of Rabindrasangeet can now upgrade to the intermediate level. In this course, students will learn more complex styles in Rabindrasangeet that are based on different genres such as Khayal, Kirtan, Tappa, Dhrupad, Dhamar, and Baul.
The students will learn how the delivery of the song differs with each of these genres. For example -
Songs in Khayal style are based on different raag and more difficult taal.
Songs in Kirtan style are sung with akhar and repetitions.
Songs in Tappa style are influenced by Nidhu- babu’s tappa and Punjabi Shouri Mian’s Tappa. It has a unique style of singing with more vibration in voice. Tappa in Rabindra Sangeet is mostly sung without any rhythm.
Songs in Dhrupad and Dhamar style are rich in spirituality. They follow the authentic techniques in their pure classical form.
Songs based on Baul style are influenced by the folk music of Bengal.
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Students will learn to sing Rabindrasangeet based on the different musical genres. This curriculum has the songs from diverse ‘porjaay’ (segments) clubbed together under each genre. The highlights of the course include -
Khayal style- 4-6 songs
Kirtan style- 4-6 songs
Tappa style- 4 songs
Dhrupad style- 2 songs
Dhamar style- 2 songs
Baul style- 4 songs
Taal is used in Khayal, Dhrupad, and Dhamar styles of songs.
Taal created by Tagore himself.
About the Teacher
Srimanti Sarkar has trained in Hindustani classical music under the tutelage of some of the eminent teachers in Kolkata in different genres of music. She has performed on All India Radio and TV Channels in Kolkata. Recently, she completed the Teacher Certificate Course in Hindustani Classical Vocal from Shankar Mahadevan Academy.
Her teaching experience spans almost 15 years. The confidence of her students at the time of rendition on stage and their high marks are a testimony to Srimanti’s dedication and hard work as an able mentor.
Srimanti gives equal emphasis to each of her students - to understand their learning capacity and objectives. She molds her teaching methodology accordingly. Her students find it comfortable to share their learning challenges with her freely. This helps her to identify their problem areas and guide them accordingly.
Srimanti deploys various teaching styles e.g. auditory, visual & kinesthetic to overcome learning difficulties in students and make them progress to a higher level. She believes in strong interpersonal relationships with all her students which help them to learn thoroughly with much more enthusiasm. She tries to engage her students in some creative activities after each lesson which helps them to feel satisfied.
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