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Hindustani Vocal

Overview

Hindustani music is the classical music tradition of North India. It can be traced back to distinctive musical practices from the 8th and 9th centuries AD. By the 12th and 13th centuries, waves of invaders from West and Central Asia brought their musical cultures to North India. The present form of Hindustani music thus represents a confluence of Islamic musical values with indigenous Indian practices.  

 

 

Learn and master the fundamental concepts like thaat, bandish, tarana, alaap, ragas through the diploma program of 5 years, that handholds a student from the foundational aspects and progresses through various levels such as Basic, Intermediate and Advanced levels of learning.

 

Group classes at the IME and online one-to-one classes are offered for this course, which are handled by expert faculty members.

 

Instructor Profile:

 

Shruti Bode is an accomplished Hindustani Vocalist who hails from the Jaipur-Atrauli gharana. Trained under Smt. Vidushi Vani Ramesh Hegde and Dr. Smt. Bharati Vaishampayan, she has many awards and accolades to her credit. An empaneled artiste of SPICMACAY and a B-High graded artiste of the All India Radio, Shruti enjoys performing and teaching young children.

 

 

Shruti Bode