Ribhu Sanyal

Electronic City, Bangalore, India - 560100

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Ribhu Sanyal

Dhrupad Vocalist, Hindustani Classical Music

Electronic City, Bangalore, India - 560100.

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Dhrupad Vocalist, Dagar Tradition of Dhrupad .
Performed in India & Abroad Sangeet Prabhakar,
Prayag Sangeet Samitee, Allahabad
Diploma in Vocal Music, Banaras Hindu University (BHU), Varanasi
Notable Performances:
Oster Festival, Hall in Tyrol, Austria
Danau Festival, Krems, Austria
Indiranagar Sangeet Sabha, Bangalore
Dhrupad Mela, Varanasi

I run following training programs for Vocal Music:
1. Introduce young children to Music. Foundation training for young children to enjoy and appreciate music.
2. Voice culture training to develop your performance skills and become a better musician.
3. Hindustani Vocal Training (Khayal)
4. Hindustani Vocal training (Dhrupad)
5. Sugam Sangeet & Film Music Training

Languages Spoken

Hindi

English

Bengali

Education

Banaras Hindu University 2000

Diplopa in Vocal Music, Faculty of Performing Arts, B.H.U Varanasi

Prayag Sangeet Samiti 2002

Sangeet Prabhakar

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Electronic City, Bangalore, India - 560100

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Vocal Music classes Overview

Vocal Music classes

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Vocal Music classes

20

Vocal Style taught

Hindustani Singing

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Concert@Krems, Austria

Concert at Varanasi

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5.0 out of 5.0 11 reviews

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24 Sep, 2017

Khushboo attended Hindustani Music Classes

"Starting from "Guru Shishya Parampara" is one of the unique attribute to learn music from the Ribhu Sanyal. This uniqueness is very rare in now a days in the music world especially in the Hindustani Classical Music.Its fortunate to learn music from the Guru like him.He understands the vocal and tonal quality of the voice, and then start the training. His sincerity and his never-say die spirit is appreciable and inspiration to learn music.I am glad that I am learning music from him and its really strengthen my aspiration to learn Music.He is a great teacher with divine soul. "

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27 Aug, 2017

Atreyee Bose attended Indian Classical Music Classes

"Ribhu sir is one of the best teachers we have in Bangalore especially in the field of Dhrupad style of Indian classical music. He is extremely thorough, meticulous and patient in is way of teaching. He makes much difficult concepts sounds easy with makes the classes extremely interesting and productive. Most importantly he encourages his students in such a way that overcoming our challenges becomes quiet easy. He has a lot to offer and we are quiet lucky. "

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10 Oct, 2016

Pratibha Pareek attended Indian Classical Music Classes

"I got to learn what exactly my mistakes are after taking these 12 weeks classes . It was a good experience and the best music lessons I have got so far .For beginners I think it's the best place to go as its very imp to learn music in the right and scientific way as well as in the right spirit from beginning itself and I think he is the person who do that. to learn what exactly my mistakes are after taking these 12 weeks classes . It was a good experience and I got to learn what exactly my mistakes are after taking these 12 weeks classes . It was a good experience and the best music lessons I have got so far .For beginners I think it's the best place to go as its very imp to learn music in the right and scientific way as well as in the right spirit from beginning itself and I think he is the person who do that. best music lessons I have got so far .For beginners I think it's the best place to go as its very imp to learn music in the right and scientific way as well as in the right spirit from beginning itself and I think he is the person who do that. "

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04 Jul, 2016

Sanket Patil attended Hindustani Music Classes

"I have had thoughts of learning Dhrupad numerous times over the years, but I hadn't got an opportunity. I wasn't aware of any Dhrupad teachers who reside in Bangalore. A few months ago I fortunately discovered Ribhu Sanyal ji's profile on UrbanPro while looking for music teachers around where I live. I was elated! With my old desire rekindled, I contacted Ribhu ji and enrolled myself as his student. Ribhu comes from the great Dagarbani tradition. He has more than 20 years of Dhrupad training under the tutelage of his father and legendary artist, Ritwik Sanyal, and has received blessings from the great Dagars themselves! All his years of hard work show in his knowledge of Dhrupad and the mastery over the purity of the notes. He is very down to earth despite his pedigree and talent. He is an excellent teacher, always attentive and patient -- in the finest tradition of the Guru-Shishya parampara. I have only started recently but I am enjoying the classes and my practice thoroughly. I look forward to a long fruitful association with Ribhu ji. Learning Dhrupad is of course an arduous journey, but it is every bit rewarding. If you are in Bangalore and want to learn Dhrupad, look no further than Ribhu Sanyal. "

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Answered on 04/04/2016 Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music

What are the benefits of online Indian music classes?

The only benefit of learning Indian music online is that you don't have to spend time on travelling far places. You can connect with best teachers online (if they are willing to teach you) even if they are located in a different country or cities.
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Answered on 24/09/2015 Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music

All ragas are melodious, as you say. While teaching, especially in music institutions, time theory of raga should be put aside for some time, or else one will never be able to complete the syllabus! Classes are held at a given time and a fairly good number of ragas must be taught. Performance is a different... ...more
All ragas are melodious, as you say. While teaching, especially in music institutions, time theory of raga should be put aside for some time, or else one will never be able to complete the syllabus! Classes are held at a given time and a fairly good number of ragas must be taught. Performance is a different story altogether.
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Answered on 23/08/2015 Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music

According to first agreement, Re & Pa in Aroha and Pa in Avaroha are not allowed so it's Jaati is Audov-Sammpoorna. In the 2nd agreement, Re in Aroha and Pa in Avaroha are not allowed as a result group of swaras in Aroha Ma, Pa and Dha are sung so it's Jaati is Shadhav-Sammpoorna. According to 3rd agreement... ...more
According to first agreement, Re & Pa in Aroha and Pa in Avaroha are not allowed so it's Jaati is Audov-Sammpoorna. In the 2nd agreement, Re in Aroha and Pa in Avaroha are not allowed as a result group of swaras in Aroha Ma, Pa and Dha are sung so it's Jaati is Shadhav-Sammpoorna. According to 3rd agreement all seven swaras are allowed so it's Jaati is Sammpoorna. However the most popular agreements are 1st and 2nd only.
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Answered on 23/08/2015 Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music

From the subject of Jaati in Baageshwari there are disagreements due to Pancham (Pa). According to first agreement, in Aroha Re, Pa and in Avaroha Pa in not allowed so it's Jaati is Audov-Shadav. According to 2nd agreement, in Aroha Re and in Avaroha Pa are not allowed so in Avaroha Ma, Pa and Dha which... ...more
From the subject of Jaati in Baageshwari there are disagreements due to Pancham (Pa). According to first agreement, in Aroha Re, Pa and in Avaroha Pa in not allowed so it's Jaati is Audov-Shadav. According to 2nd agreement, in Aroha Re and in Avaroha Pa are not allowed so in Avaroha Ma, Pa and Dha which are group notes in Arahoha so it's Jaati is called Shadav-Shadav and according to third agreement all the 7 swaras are used so that Jaati is called Sammpoorna. First two agreements are the most popular.
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Vocal Music classes 4.8

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Vocal Music classes

20

Vocal Style taught

Hindustani Singing

Answers by Ribhu (5)

Answered on 04/04/2016 Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music

What are the benefits of online Indian music classes?

The only benefit of learning Indian music online is that you don't have to spend time on travelling far places. You can connect with best teachers online (if they are willing to teach you) even if they are located in a different country or cities.
Answers 2 Comments
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Answered on 24/09/2015 Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music

All ragas are melodious, as you say. While teaching, especially in music institutions, time theory of raga should be put aside for some time, or else one will never be able to complete the syllabus! Classes are held at a given time and a fairly good number of ragas must be taught. Performance is a different... ...more
All ragas are melodious, as you say. While teaching, especially in music institutions, time theory of raga should be put aside for some time, or else one will never be able to complete the syllabus! Classes are held at a given time and a fairly good number of ragas must be taught. Performance is a different story altogether.
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Answered on 23/08/2015 Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music

According to first agreement, Re & Pa in Aroha and Pa in Avaroha are not allowed so it's Jaati is Audov-Sammpoorna. In the 2nd agreement, Re in Aroha and Pa in Avaroha are not allowed as a result group of swaras in Aroha Ma, Pa and Dha are sung so it's Jaati is Shadhav-Sammpoorna. According to 3rd agreement... ...more
According to first agreement, Re & Pa in Aroha and Pa in Avaroha are not allowed so it's Jaati is Audov-Sammpoorna. In the 2nd agreement, Re in Aroha and Pa in Avaroha are not allowed as a result group of swaras in Aroha Ma, Pa and Dha are sung so it's Jaati is Shadhav-Sammpoorna. According to 3rd agreement all seven swaras are allowed so it's Jaati is Sammpoorna. However the most popular agreements are 1st and 2nd only.
Answers 24 Comments
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Answered on 23/08/2015 Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music

From the subject of Jaati in Baageshwari there are disagreements due to Pancham (Pa). According to first agreement, in Aroha Re, Pa and in Avaroha Pa in not allowed so it's Jaati is Audov-Shadav. According to 2nd agreement, in Aroha Re and in Avaroha Pa are not allowed so in Avaroha Ma, Pa and Dha which... ...more
From the subject of Jaati in Baageshwari there are disagreements due to Pancham (Pa). According to first agreement, in Aroha Re, Pa and in Avaroha Pa in not allowed so it's Jaati is Audov-Shadav. According to 2nd agreement, in Aroha Re and in Avaroha Pa are not allowed so in Avaroha Ma, Pa and Dha which are group notes in Arahoha so it's Jaati is called Shadav-Shadav and according to third agreement all the 7 swaras are used so that Jaati is called Sammpoorna. First two agreements are the most popular.
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Ribhu Sanyal describes himself as Dhrupad Vocalist, Hindustani Classical Music. He conducts classes in Hindustani Music Classes, Indian Classical Music Classes and Vocal Music. Ribhu is located in Electronic City, Bangalore. Ribhu takes at students Home, Regular Classes- at his Home and Online Classes- via online medium. He has 20 years of teaching experience . Ribhu has completed Diplopa in Vocal Music, Faculty of Performing Arts, B.H.U Varanasi from Banaras Hindu University in 2000 and Sangeet Prabhakar from Prayag Sangeet Samiti in 2002. HeĀ is well versed in Hindi, English and Bengali. Ribhu has got 11 reviews till now with 100% positive feedback.

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