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Sangeet Sadhana School Of Music and Art

House no-720, 9th main Koramangala, Bangalore, India- 560034.

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Sangeet Sadhana, has successfully completed five years as a premier and renowned Music and Art Institute located in Koramangala.
Sangeet Sadhana was established by Ms. Anindita Mukherjee with the objective of reviving, preserving, nurturing and promoting the rich Hindustani Classical Music tradition. Ms. Anindita Mukherjee, an All India Radio artist from the Agra Gharana, has over 28 Years of professional experience in music. She is the disciple of the veteran musician, and first lady of Raag Pradhan Vidhushi Late Mrs. Deepali Nag.
Sangeet Sadhana works for the promotion and propagation of Indian Classical Music and Art. Our notion of Sangeet is a holistic one , integrating Gayana ( Vocal Music ), vadana ( Instrumental Music ) and kala ( Art), thereby putting all under one umbrella – Sangeet Sadhana .The efforts to preserve the contemporary Gharana music , extensive in its coverage and selective in its method practiced at Sangeet Sadhana are exemplary. The institute provides the following courses.
• Hindustani Classical Vocal Music – beginners, intermediate and advanced level.
• Hindustani Instrumental Music – Sarod, Sitar, Violin , Flute.
• Bollywood or light music
Students, who are aspiring for a career in music or are passionate about this form of classical music, can enroll in this school for course grade of their choice
The school follows the traditional Guru Shishya Param-para style of training, which tries to impart the true holistic knowledge of music transcending mere knowledge of techniques, styles or aesthetics of Ragas.

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House no-720, 9th main

Koramangala 4th Block

Koramangala, Bangalore, India- 560034.

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4.9 from 72 reviews

4.9/572
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- by Shalini Rani

attended Hindustani Classical/Semi-classical Vocal classes

posted on 10 Oct, 2017

"It has been really an amazing experience to be the part of such great institute of music and art.To be very honest it was only here that for the first time i realized that what actually the essence of classical music is.Not only this the atmosphere in the class is so soothing and enriching that along with the most effective learning there is some sort of peace and serenity which really heal mind ,body and soul.Although i have been the part this institute only for four months,I feel quite a remarkable change in my singing ability.For the first time i got to know the very basic of the Hindustani Classical music.My sincere reverence to the teachers of the institute.I left the institute for my personal reasons but hope to join it soon. "

B

- by Bibhuti Sahu

attended Hindustani Classical/Semi-classical Vocal classes

posted on 11 Aug, 2017

"I have been a part of this family since last one and half years and the journey has been amazing. I was learning music before as well, but this is the place where I fell in love with classical music. Discipline, Dedication, determination and devotion are the main pillars of our school and it has helped me not only in music but also to develop myself as a human being. If you want to experience the purest form of music then this is the place. All the teachers are equally talented and gunni people. They chose different ragas and semi classical (bhajan, thumri, ghajal etc.) compositions according to your level and will ensure that you get back to them with practice. School arranges tabla sessions in class to give us a feeling of live performance where collaboration with other accompanists is very much required. Music is mostly practical but gaining the theoretical knowledge is equally important and ma’am do focus on this part as well, we do have sessions to discuss about history of Indian classical music, different gharanas and their rendition styles. School conducts series of baithaks, concerts and workshops where we get opportunities perform, listen to our peers and other eminent professionals. Anindita ma’am is like a mother to me, equally strict and soft and Sangeet Sadhna is an extended family where I got friends with same interest. "

P

- by Prateek Maloo

attended Hindustani Classical/Semi-classical Vocal classes

posted on 08 Aug, 2017

"Well I feel quite privileged for having had an opportunity to be a part of Sangeet Sadhana and learn the basics of classical from the most dedicated set of gurus I have ever come across. I moved to Bangalore in October last to last year, starting my job life. One fine day I thought of registering for classical music(for which I always had a desire to learn, but never got a chance to learn). Soon I got acquainted with Anandita ma'am, Ananya ma'am and Reet Sir, after joining the classes and learning from them was really a great experience. Also one special mention is that I made few superb friends too. Unfortunately I had to leave SS as I was moving to Mumbai, but the teachings are imbibed within me and soon I'll take up classes in Mumbai. It was a wonderful 1 1/4 yrs of musical journey which I had to pause with a grief in my heart. Cheers to the SS team. "

A

- by Asha Kusum

attended Hindustani Classical/Semi-classical Vocal classes

posted on 03 Aug, 2017

"It has been about 1.5 years in Sangeet Sadhana and it has been an amazing journey so far. I have a big smile when I am writing this about My Institute and I say it proudly! Here, focus is on making the basics and foundation very strong. It very rarely happens that I miss a class (inspite of Cold, fever, etc) and I keep looking forward to attend the classes. Here, tradition of Guru Shishya is followed. A strict discipline is maintained and stressed upon in terms of attendance to class, timings, Riyaz, payment of fees or whatever be it. Music has become an integral part of me and I have realized the importance of being sincere and dedicated to music. Baithaks are arranged, in which students are encouraged to perform on stage. It is an amazing experience to come together as students get together for various practice sessions, correct each other, teach each other and ofcourse have fun. Can’t thank this institute enough for imbibing the love for music in me. I was initially in the Beginners batch and was moved to Anandita Ma’am’s batch as I progressed. It is wonderful to see the change in me. Mam gives attention to the most minute details and does not let us settle down for anything less than perfection. Reet Sir and all other teachers of the institute, who don’t take classes just for the heck of it. Their passion towards what they do is something that can b only experienced and cannot be expressed in words. If you have passion towards classical, This is the place! Happy Learning. "

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Answers by Sangeet Sadhana School Of Music and Art (11)

"Does the eating habits effect the singing voice? If Yes, what is the best food for a singer?" in   Performing Arts/Singing

It doesn't matter, few people are born talented and gifted. But yes for others a healthy diet is always recommended . Excessive of anything is bad. Avoid oily stuff, if you have to perform some where don't take child or cold items, avoid pickle, or juicy sweets. Don't drink too much of water before performance. Never go empty stomach also before performance. luke warm water is always good for your throat.

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"How long will it take to learn classical music and start doing little performances on stage?" in   Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music

It depends on your riyaaz and consistency ...

2
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0

"Hi, I am Neeraj, brother of Harsha. My doubt is my brother don't no any classial western music but he is intrested in singing. Can he proceed further?" in   Performing Arts/Singing

I am into Indian Classical music please not western. The basic fundamental is same though, our Indian form is definitely very rich , call me for further details will explain

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0

"Which flute (South or north) is best for beginners (adults)" in   Music/Instrumental Music/Flute

both the forms of music is extremely rich! it would be foolish on my part to comment. you can pick up any form of your choice and follow it diligently

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0

"How much a flute tutor charge and what kind of flute to buy for a beginner, suggest any store in chennai" in   Music

long Bansuri, please call me at +91 9900251018 for further details on the classes and the course , please visit our website www.sangeetsadhana.org

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4.9 from 72 reviews

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- by Shalini Rani

attended Hindustani Classical/Semi-classical Vocal classes

posted on 10 Oct, 2017

"It has been really an amazing experience to be the part of such great institute of music and art.To be very honest it was only here that for the first time i realized that what actually the essence of classical music is.Not only this the atmosphere in the class is so soothing and enriching that along with the most effective learning there is some sort of peace and serenity which really heal mind ,body and soul.Although i have been the part this institute only for four months,I feel quite a remarkable change in my singing ability.For the first time i got to know the very basic of the Hindustani Classical music.My sincere reverence to the teachers of the institute.I left the institute for my personal reasons but hope to join it soon. "

B

- by Bibhuti Sahu

attended Hindustani Classical/Semi-classical Vocal classes

posted on 11 Aug, 2017

"I have been a part of this family since last one and half years and the journey has been amazing. I was learning music before as well, but this is the place where I fell in love with classical music. Discipline, Dedication, determination and devotion are the main pillars of our school and it has helped me not only in music but also to develop myself as a human being. If you want to experience the purest form of music then this is the place. All the teachers are equally talented and gunni people. They chose different ragas and semi classical (bhajan, thumri, ghajal etc.) compositions according to your level and will ensure that you get back to them with practice. School arranges tabla sessions in class to give us a feeling of live performance where collaboration with other accompanists is very much required. Music is mostly practical but gaining the theoretical knowledge is equally important and ma’am do focus on this part as well, we do have sessions to discuss about history of Indian classical music, different gharanas and their rendition styles. School conducts series of baithaks, concerts and workshops where we get opportunities perform, listen to our peers and other eminent professionals. Anindita ma’am is like a mother to me, equally strict and soft and Sangeet Sadhna is an extended family where I got friends with same interest. "

P

- by Prateek Maloo

attended Hindustani Classical/Semi-classical Vocal classes

posted on 08 Aug, 2017

"Well I feel quite privileged for having had an opportunity to be a part of Sangeet Sadhana and learn the basics of classical from the most dedicated set of gurus I have ever come across. I moved to Bangalore in October last to last year, starting my job life. One fine day I thought of registering for classical music(for which I always had a desire to learn, but never got a chance to learn). Soon I got acquainted with Anandita ma'am, Ananya ma'am and Reet Sir, after joining the classes and learning from them was really a great experience. Also one special mention is that I made few superb friends too. Unfortunately I had to leave SS as I was moving to Mumbai, but the teachings are imbibed within me and soon I'll take up classes in Mumbai. It was a wonderful 1 1/4 yrs of musical journey which I had to pause with a grief in my heart. Cheers to the SS team. "

A

- by Asha Kusum

attended Hindustani Classical/Semi-classical Vocal classes

posted on 03 Aug, 2017

"It has been about 1.5 years in Sangeet Sadhana and it has been an amazing journey so far. I have a big smile when I am writing this about My Institute and I say it proudly! Here, focus is on making the basics and foundation very strong. It very rarely happens that I miss a class (inspite of Cold, fever, etc) and I keep looking forward to attend the classes. Here, tradition of Guru Shishya is followed. A strict discipline is maintained and stressed upon in terms of attendance to class, timings, Riyaz, payment of fees or whatever be it. Music has become an integral part of me and I have realized the importance of being sincere and dedicated to music. Baithaks are arranged, in which students are encouraged to perform on stage. It is an amazing experience to come together as students get together for various practice sessions, correct each other, teach each other and ofcourse have fun. Can’t thank this institute enough for imbibing the love for music in me. I was initially in the Beginners batch and was moved to Anandita Ma’am’s batch as I progressed. It is wonderful to see the change in me. Mam gives attention to the most minute details and does not let us settle down for anything less than perfection. Reet Sir and all other teachers of the institute, who don’t take classes just for the heck of it. Their passion towards what they do is something that can b only experienced and cannot be expressed in words. If you have passion towards classical, This is the place! Happy Learning. "

Have you attended the class of Sangeet Sadhana School Of Musi...? Write a Review

"Does the eating habits effect the singing voice? If Yes, what is the best food for a singer?" in   Performing Arts/Singing

It doesn't matter, few people are born talented and gifted. But yes for others a healthy diet is always recommended . Excessive of anything is bad. Avoid oily stuff, if you have to perform some where don't take child or cold items, avoid pickle, or juicy sweets. Don't drink too much of water before performance. Never go empty stomach also before performance. luke warm water is always good for your throat.

3
|
0

"How long will it take to learn classical music and start doing little performances on stage?" in   Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music

It depends on your riyaaz and consistency ...

2
|
0

"Hi, I am Neeraj, brother of Harsha. My doubt is my brother don't no any classial western music but he is intrested in singing. Can he proceed further?" in   Performing Arts/Singing

I am into Indian Classical music please not western. The basic fundamental is same though, our Indian form is definitely very rich , call me for further details will explain

0
|
0

"Which flute (South or north) is best for beginners (adults)" in   Music/Instrumental Music/Flute

both the forms of music is extremely rich! it would be foolish on my part to comment. you can pick up any form of your choice and follow it diligently

2
|
0

"How much a flute tutor charge and what kind of flute to buy for a beginner, suggest any store in chennai" in   Music

long Bansuri, please call me at +91 9900251018 for further details on the classes and the course , please visit our website www.sangeetsadhana.org

0
|
0
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Sangeet Sadhana School Of Music and Art conducts classes in Bhajan, Flute and Hindustani Music. It is located in Koramangala, Bangalore. It takes Regular Classes- at the Institute. It has got 72 reviews till now with 98.6111111100% positive feedback.

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