Performed solo at BBC & at the UK Drum festival.
US $36 per class |
for 1-on-1, 45 mins class
Recommended: 1 class per week | 12-16 weeks to level up
Pay as you go, 2 classes at a time
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Tabla music can bring any Indian classical performance to life. Besides being a rhythmic guide to the vocalists and other instrumentalists of an Indian classical orchestra, the Tabla has the potential of enchanting listeners as a solo instrument too. These classes designed by acclaimed Tabla maestro, musician, and composer, Alpesh Moharir, are a perfect bid for intermediates who wish to advance in their Tabla playing journey.
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Masters in Performing Arts from The M. S. University of Baroda
Founder - Sanmuk Music Education
The classes cover the following:
About the Teacher: Alpesh can easily be identified as someone who was born to excel in playing the Tabla. As with any maestro, Alpesh’s inclination toward mastering the Tabla began at an early age.
He evolved into an exceptional Tabla player after undergoing training under the guidance of Guru Shri Sudhirkumar Saxena. The training adhering to the ‘Guru-Shishya Parampara' or the teacher-disciple tradition, ensured Alpesh went through the rigors of training, residing with his master. The detailed training paved the way for him to successfully graduate with a master’s in music.
His dedication to music saw him earn a scholarship from Northampton University in the UK to study fusion music. Alpesh served a few years as faculty teaching Tabla to primary and elementary level students in the UK.
He then made a comeback to India to start his training academy named Sanmuk Music Education, training in Indian classical music and western instrumental music. Alpesh has traveled extensively, performing and winning accolades for his exceptional command over Tabla.
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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!
Oral notation of tabla comprises onomatopoetic syllables called bols. It was Vishnu Digambar, Vishnu Narayan who created the notation system. These notations are preference based and not standardized.The systems have bols written down in a script such as Devanagari.