Bindu Subramaniam, Ambi Subramaniam, Mahesh Raghvan - Western Theory for Indian Musicians
A course on the basics of Western music for Indian musicians.
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Designed specially for professional and semi-professional Indian musicians, this course introduces learners to the basic concepts of Western music. Students will learn how to read and write Western notation, and understand how these concepts can be translated to Indian music.
Dr. Bindu Subramaniam, described as a 'third generation prodigy' by the Hindustan Times, 'a Bangalore woman changing the way children learn' by Femina Karnataka magazine and an 'assured young soprano' by the Times of India, is a singer, song writer, entrepreneur, author, and music educator. Bindu Subramaniam is also the Founder and CEO for SaPa and SaPa in Schools.
Dr. Ambi Subramaniam hailed as 'the new king of Indian classical violin' by The Times of India & 'India's Itzhak Pearlmann' by Ozy Magazine, is a violinist, entrepreneur, and music educator. He has been trained by his father and guru, Dr. L. Subramaniam, since the age of three, giving his first performance at the age of seven. His is also the co-Founder Director for SaPa and SaPa in schools.
Mahesh Raghvan is a Carnatic Music Fusion artist whose artistic goal is to present and create Indian Classical Fusion Music in contemporary ways for modern audiences. He plays new electronic musical instruments. His experiments with Carnatic Music on the iPad are published on his YouTube and Facebook pages.
Beginners, or professional Indian musicians looking to build a foundation in Western music theory.