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Bilvaa Music

3rd Floor, KESAVA New No 65 Mylapore, Chennai, India- 600004.

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Overview

We provide best coaching for Flute globally. We base our training on Carnatic, or South Indian Classical style, but this foundation will help music learners to learn other styles also. Direct classes, and internet-based classes supplemented by e-learning module based on the international BILVAA (c) methodology is followed. Trained a few hundreds of aspirants over the last 20 plus years.

Recently we have expanded our team, and also give coaching for vocal, and keyboard. Other areas of music also planned.

We also train kids in music and musical instruments as a remedial, occupational therapy.

Address

3rd Floor, KESAVA New No 65

Oliver Road

Mylapore, Chennai, India- 600004.

Flute Classes Overview

Flute Classes

Class strength catered to

Group Classes, One on one/ Private Tutions

Class Location

At the Institute

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

View all Classes

Reviews (19)

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4.9 from 19 reviews

4.9/519
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- by Pavan

attended Flute

posted on 11 Aug, 2017

"KB is an excellent flute teacher. I have been doing Skype lessons with him for many years and he's reliable and flexible with time. He has taught me many songs. Also, he has recordings and notes on Dropbox for all of his students, so its very easy to practice at home. "

V

- by Varun Krishna. P

attended Flute

posted on 08 Apr, 2017

"Bhaskaran sir's class is amazing, he keenly listens to what the student is playing, and corrects the student and teaches them how to play it in a correct way. It is really awesome to learn flute under his guidance. "

R

- by Ramya Mani

attended Flute

posted on 09 Jan, 2017

"My son moved from Chicago to Chennai and has learnt to play the flute for a year there. Bhaskaran sir took him in and they easily gelled well and now have a great rapport. Not only is sir a wonderful and patient teacher his affable joking manner makes him very accessible. We have called him on the phone with questions at various times and he has always made himself available. Since my son truly enjoys going to his class every week, making him practice at home is a breeze. My son has learnt a lot since we started with Bhaskaran sir and continues to make strides is his Carnatic music learning due to Sir. I highly recommend Bilvaa. "

R

- by Rajesh G

attended Flute

posted on 05 Oct, 2016

"The flute classes by Bhaskaran sir is really amazing. He is so keen about the learning processes of a student. He listens carefully and corrects the mistakes at the subtle levels. He is a man of enormous knowledge and he encourages a student to learn the ancient art in every ways he can. The most important thing that I noticed is his ability to judge the level of a student and give lessons accordingly. "

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Lessons (4)

Lesson One for Carnatic music

Download the tampura android application. Start the sound keeping the pitch as C if you are a male singer and 'G' if you are a female singer. For young boys, below their voice breaking age they should...

27 May
0 0
0
Understanding Tala For Vocal Music

Tap your palms together and say the syllables repeatedly: you get a beat of 4 cycles. 'ta-ka-di-mi' one tap for each 'taka', keep saying these repeatedly, with all of the vowels being short and each of...

27 May
0 0
0
Understanding tala

Simplest way to understand the tala system in Carnatic music - this will be useful whatever system you are trying to learn, even Western or Arabian, or Jazz music. Just start tapping your palms - to the...

28 Feb
0 0
0

Answers by Bilvaa Music (29)

"I am a working professional. Will I be able to learn drums?" in   Music

Learning drums now as a working professional, assuming your work does not have anything to do with music, will depend mainly on your passion and interest. However you should also find some time to attend your classes regularly and do some regular practise. We teach teach flute mainly at our academy and many of our students are working professionals like you. Some of them are able to learn as well (in the sense as quickly) as youngsters typically. I am sure you can find some drums/rhythm institutes and tutors who are ready to take you in a student, though you are a working profesional.

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"I am 31. I feel like learning some musical instruments. I don't know where to start? Any suggestion would be helpful." in   Music/Instrumental Music

If you are open, any instrument is fine. But if you have a strong attraction towards some instrument, - I feel there is none, since you have not strongly indicated, - some musical instruments you said - then go by some tutors advice. Also depends on how easily you get a tutor. If you have a neighbour is a guitar player and a tutor also, you can explore learning guitar. You dont have to keep searching all over the world. This is the reason I suggested you can reach out to us. We teach mainly flute. Also it depends on the style of music which you feel most interested in- for example, western music or Indian music whiich has two main streams North Indian (sometimes also called Hindustani music) and South Indian (sometimes also called Carnatic music) are the three main styles that as a beginner you can get introduced to - this is for melodic instruments. If it is rhythm,. again - the western drums, or Carnatic mridangam or Hiindustani Tabla are the options. A rhythm instrument is very very different from a melodic instrument in the music that it produces, and in the way you play. So someone may have a very good aptitude for a rhythm instrument but not so much for a melodic instrument. A melodic instrument is one on which you can play tunes - for example, janagana mana, happy birthday, dum maru dam, etc are melodic tune. While the rhythm instruments can accompany and support these tunes, they cannot be generally used to play the tune itself.

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"I am 31. I feel like learning some musical instruments. I don't know where to start? Any suggestion would be helpful." in   Music/Instrumental Music

You can connect with us BILVAA MUSIC - we have several students who are over 30. We teach over skype also.There are students in all parts of the world learning over the internet. Why not make a beginning today, and reach out . At this age it is not too late to start. If the real interest is there that is most important. Also you should be ready to put in a bit of regular practise. Learning any new skill at whatever age requires some dedicated and regular disciplined and committed practise. You should be also regular for classes. Then your learning processwill be enjoyable and fruitful. You should do a self-check on whether you can find the time, regular time for this activity - given that you may have a regular job or something like that which you need to definitely give priority to. Best Wishes...

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"Is it possible to start learning flute from scratch at my age? I am 30yrs old now." in   Music/Instrumental Music/Flute

Very much possible. some of our iinstitute students are over 60 years. Today many poeople are learning music, instruments, or going for some other hobby classes to get some stress-relief and for relaxation. Best Wishes in your endeavours. We encourage you strongly to contact us and enroll for the classes directly if you stay in Chennai - otherwise thru the internet, if you are outside. Best Wishes

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"I am an engineering graduate and out of passion, I have chosen Music as my career and going to finish my Masters in carnatic music and I am also learning Hindustani vocal. After that is it possible for me to get a music teaching job/music related abroad? If yes, what are all the procedure to pursue?" in   Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music/Carnatic Music, Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music/Hindustani Music, Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music, Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music

You could try a teachers job, for music in a some school in the middle east or some place like that. However everyone values experience equally to 'degrees' or 'paper qualifications' especially in the arts and practical skills. Your chances will improve if 1) you have teaching experience in a school or a college or an institute here, or 2) if you run your institute or 3) You have been teaching music or arts even when you were doing the degree course, for junior level or 4) you have experience with allied fields like sound editing., sound engineering, recording, etc or 5) you can get good recommendations from people who are employed in that institute or 6) you have a lot of experience doing performances in music IF most of the above is 'no' then you should try to get a music teacher job in India work for 1 or 2 years and then try better paying jobs.

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Bilvaa Music address

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Flute Classes

Class strength catered to

Group Classes, One on one/ Private Tutions

Class Location

At the Institute

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Keyboard Classes

Class strength catered to

Group Classes, One on one/ Private Tutions

Class Location

At the Institute

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

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4.9 from 19 reviews

P

- by Pavan

attended Flute

posted on 11 Aug, 2017

"KB is an excellent flute teacher. I have been doing Skype lessons with him for many years and he's reliable and flexible with time. He has taught me many songs. Also, he has recordings and notes on Dropbox for all of his students, so its very easy to practice at home. "

V

- by Varun Krishna. P

attended Flute

posted on 08 Apr, 2017

"Bhaskaran sir's class is amazing, he keenly listens to what the student is playing, and corrects the student and teaches them how to play it in a correct way. It is really awesome to learn flute under his guidance. "

R

- by Ramya Mani

attended Flute

posted on 09 Jan, 2017

"My son moved from Chicago to Chennai and has learnt to play the flute for a year there. Bhaskaran sir took him in and they easily gelled well and now have a great rapport. Not only is sir a wonderful and patient teacher his affable joking manner makes him very accessible. We have called him on the phone with questions at various times and he has always made himself available. Since my son truly enjoys going to his class every week, making him practice at home is a breeze. My son has learnt a lot since we started with Bhaskaran sir and continues to make strides is his Carnatic music learning due to Sir. I highly recommend Bilvaa. "

R

- by Rajesh G

attended Flute

posted on 05 Oct, 2016

"The flute classes by Bhaskaran sir is really amazing. He is so keen about the learning processes of a student. He listens carefully and corrects the mistakes at the subtle levels. He is a man of enormous knowledge and he encourages a student to learn the ancient art in every ways he can. The most important thing that I noticed is his ability to judge the level of a student and give lessons accordingly. "

Have you attended the class of Bilvaa Music? Write a Review

"I am a working professional. Will I be able to learn drums?" in   Music

Learning drums now as a working professional, assuming your work does not have anything to do with music, will depend mainly on your passion and interest. However you should also find some time to attend your classes regularly and do some regular practise. We teach teach flute mainly at our academy and many of our students are working professionals like you. Some of them are able to learn as well (in the sense as quickly) as youngsters typically. I am sure you can find some drums/rhythm institutes and tutors who are ready to take you in a student, though you are a working profesional.

0
|
0

"I am 31. I feel like learning some musical instruments. I don't know where to start? Any suggestion would be helpful." in   Music/Instrumental Music

If you are open, any instrument is fine. But if you have a strong attraction towards some instrument, - I feel there is none, since you have not strongly indicated, - some musical instruments you said - then go by some tutors advice. Also depends on how easily you get a tutor. If you have a neighbour is a guitar player and a tutor also, you can explore learning guitar. You dont have to keep searching all over the world. This is the reason I suggested you can reach out to us. We teach mainly flute. Also it depends on the style of music which you feel most interested in- for example, western music or Indian music whiich has two main streams North Indian (sometimes also called Hindustani music) and South Indian (sometimes also called Carnatic music) are the three main styles that as a beginner you can get introduced to - this is for melodic instruments. If it is rhythm,. again - the western drums, or Carnatic mridangam or Hiindustani Tabla are the options. A rhythm instrument is very very different from a melodic instrument in the music that it produces, and in the way you play. So someone may have a very good aptitude for a rhythm instrument but not so much for a melodic instrument. A melodic instrument is one on which you can play tunes - for example, janagana mana, happy birthday, dum maru dam, etc are melodic tune. While the rhythm instruments can accompany and support these tunes, they cannot be generally used to play the tune itself.

0
|
0

"I am 31. I feel like learning some musical instruments. I don't know where to start? Any suggestion would be helpful." in   Music/Instrumental Music

You can connect with us BILVAA MUSIC - we have several students who are over 30. We teach over skype also.There are students in all parts of the world learning over the internet. Why not make a beginning today, and reach out . At this age it is not too late to start. If the real interest is there that is most important. Also you should be ready to put in a bit of regular practise. Learning any new skill at whatever age requires some dedicated and regular disciplined and committed practise. You should be also regular for classes. Then your learning processwill be enjoyable and fruitful. You should do a self-check on whether you can find the time, regular time for this activity - given that you may have a regular job or something like that which you need to definitely give priority to. Best Wishes...

0
|
0

"Is it possible to start learning flute from scratch at my age? I am 30yrs old now." in   Music/Instrumental Music/Flute

Very much possible. some of our iinstitute students are over 60 years. Today many poeople are learning music, instruments, or going for some other hobby classes to get some stress-relief and for relaxation. Best Wishes in your endeavours. We encourage you strongly to contact us and enroll for the classes directly if you stay in Chennai - otherwise thru the internet, if you are outside. Best Wishes

0
|
0

"I am an engineering graduate and out of passion, I have chosen Music as my career and going to finish my Masters in carnatic music and I am also learning Hindustani vocal. After that is it possible for me to get a music teaching job/music related abroad? If yes, what are all the procedure to pursue?" in   Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music/Carnatic Music, Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music/Hindustani Music, Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music, Music/Vocal Music/Indian Vocal Music/Indian Classical Music

You could try a teachers job, for music in a some school in the middle east or some place like that. However everyone values experience equally to 'degrees' or 'paper qualifications' especially in the arts and practical skills. Your chances will improve if 1) you have teaching experience in a school or a college or an institute here, or 2) if you run your institute or 3) You have been teaching music or arts even when you were doing the degree course, for junior level or 4) you have experience with allied fields like sound editing., sound engineering, recording, etc or 5) you can get good recommendations from people who are employed in that institute or 6) you have a lot of experience doing performances in music IF most of the above is 'no' then you should try to get a music teacher job in India work for 1 or 2 years and then try better paying jobs.

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Lesson One for Carnatic music

Download the tampura android application. Start the sound keeping the pitch as C if you are a male singer and 'G' if you are a female singer. For young boys, below their voice breaking age they should...

27 May
0 0
0
Understanding Tala For Vocal Music

Tap your palms together and say the syllables repeatedly: you get a beat of 4 cycles. 'ta-ka-di-mi' one tap for each 'taka', keep saying these repeatedly, with all of the vowels being short and each of...

27 May
0 0
0
Understanding tala

Simplest way to understand the tala system in Carnatic music - this will be useful whatever system you are trying to learn, even Western or Arabian, or Jazz music. Just start tapping your palms - to the...

28 Feb
0 0
0
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Bilvaa Music conducts classes in Flute, Indian Classical Music and Keyboard. It is located in Mylapore, Chennai. It takes Regular Classes- at the Institute and Online Classes- via online medium. It has got 19 reviews till now with 100% positive feedback.

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