Online course in Hindustani Vocals

A unique course with a blend of traditional teaching of music infused with the practice of pranayam techniques to enhance vocal abilities and short stories from the music world will ingnite and inspire the young learners to dwell deeper into the subject

Hindustani Vocals - Navya (Beginner's level) - Module 1, Level 1

About the course

A beginning into the fundamentals of Hindustani music taught in an interactive and fun way. The focus is on laying a strong, sound foundation for the commencement of a journey into the music world. The experienced team of WFAC trainers and professionals have curated a 20 module program to complete the curriculum upto the Visharad (graduation) level, as recognised by universities across the globe. These modules are of varying lengths (3 months to 6 months). Once a module is completed, you are eligible to join the next one.

Course Overview

  1. Brief history of Hindustani Classical Music .
  2. Tuning the tanpura.
  3. Technical terms -About swaras, Aalap, meend, saptak.
  4. Riyaz techniques.
  5. Alankars .
  6. Taal knowledge and Sargam Geet.
  7. Raag Yaman & Raag Bhairav.
Know Your Teacher

Smt. Yagyaseni Mazumdar

Smt. Yagnyaseni Majumder is a classical vocalist and trainer who secured a first class with distinction in her Junior Diploma Course in Hindustani Classical Music (Vocals) at the Prayag Sangeet Samiti. She is a recognized Khayal artist, a modern genre of classical music, at the All India Radio and Doordarshan channel in Kolkata. Her budding talent won her a scholarship by the Ministry of Culture to pursue Hindustani Classical Music (Vocals) at the University of West Bengal. She has won first place in several district and zonal competitions.

Course details

Duration: 6 months

No of classes: 8 classes /month 

Medium of Instruction: English

The course begins: From 17th May onwards

Days: 

Monday – 4.00 pm – 5.30 pm IST

Thursday  – 4.00 pm – 5.30 pm IST

Fees per month

National: Rs.1500/-

International – $50

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