Classical Indian Singing
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Date: 30 June 2014Time: 5:00 PM
Finishes: 4 July 2014Time: 7:00 PM
Venue: Russell Square: College Buildings
Type of Event: Summer School
Series: Summer Music School Timetable
Musical expression through the voice is regarded as one of the foundations in the art of Indian Classical Music. This course offers introduction to Classical Indian voice culture and singing styles, as well as the melodic concept of the raag, including composition and improvisation within a given raag (mode). There will be basic theory, traditional warm up exercises, learning about the rhythmic structures, in-depth practical work on two raags, and more.
Suitable for all levels. With Mehboob Nadeem.
Mehboob Nadeem was born into a highly illustrious family of traditional musicians of the Agra Gharana. Fortunate enough to be taught by some of the greats of Indian music, he has developed into a gifted sitarist & vocalist with a keen aesthetic sense. His performances as a sitar player and singer are unique & inspiring, and he also teaches regularly. [artist website]
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