Rythem B.

Vasant Kunj, Delhi, India - 110070

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Rythem B.

Pianist

Vasant Kunj, Delhi, India - 110070.

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I am a professional pianist, composer and educator based in New Delhi, India. I have been a recipient of merit-based scholarships from prestigious Berklee College of Music (Boston, USA) for the Five-Week Summer Program; Delhi School of Music and Korean Cultural Centre. Although started with self-teaching, he later studied piano from John
Raphael and completed Grade 8 in Piano. Drawn to jazz and improvisational music, he also took lessons from Utsav Lal and Jacob Damelin (Canada). I have won numerous music competitions during his time in high school. I have performed with various musicians and bands in the city which has gained him the reputation of being one of the first-call jazz pianists in the city. Some of the great International and Indian musicians include George Brooks (USA), Rainer Pusch (Germany), Matteo Fraboni (Italy), David Soin Tappeser (UK), Pranai Gurung, Vasundhara Vee, Sentirenla Lucia, Sanjay Divecha, Shubh Saran, Aditya Balani and Kartikeya Srivastava to name a few. I have played at prestigious venues like NCPA (Tata Theatre), St. Regis, IIC, Neemrana Fort Palace, etc. and festivals like Goa Jazz Festival, MTV India Music Summit Festival, Pune Jazz Utsav, Delhi International Jazz Festival, etc. I play at The Piano Man Jazz Club every Sunday and currently teaches privately and at Blue Notes School of Music.

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Hindi

English

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Trinity College of Music, London

Grade 8 in Piano

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Vasant Kunj, Delhi, India - 110070

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Piano Classes Overview

Piano Classes

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Piano Classes

8

Class strength catered to

One on one/ Private Tutions

Gallery (11)

My Heart Will Go On - Titanic Theme...

All of Me

Fig Leaf Rag

Hanita Bhambri Collective feat....

Pine Apple Rag

Dual keys

Nord Stage 2

Dual keys 2

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Reviews (10)

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4.7 out of 5.0 10 reviews

4.7/510
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08 Aug, 2016

Akshaya Jha attended Piano

"Sir is an excellent mentor who's passion for piano is highly commendable . His dedication towards teaching has reflected in the extreme improvement in my piano skills which led to me scoring good marks in my grade exams. It is an honour learning from you, thank you sir "

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02 Feb, 2016

Aakash Jain attended Piano

"well my experience have been great and to be honest satisfying. he has vast knowledge of music fundamentals and of them practically. he has a natural ear for music , he took 5 min and figured out and improved on a song. he offers a good guidance and provides the help needed to grow as a pianist, I've had many piano teachers but none of them i found truly helpful , and eventually stopped piano. i tried once more with rhythem and have grown ever since. he's sometimes late by 5 min thats his only downside if you can bear that then go for him definitely he'll be a great help . "

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25 Oct, 2015

Aditi attended Piano

"Has a great understanding of music and shares his love for music. He is also very friendly and lively while in classes. "

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25 Oct, 2015

Arshiya Bhayana attended Piano

"I am a 15 year old. I started learning from Rhythm Sir about 2 months back and it's been a great experience. I feel I've learnt a lot and enjoy my classes. He teaches music with a very broad open perspective and an all rounder music learning. "

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Answers by Rythem (8)

Answered on 10/01/2016 Music/Instrumental Music/Keyboard

Major chords - 1, 3, 5 Minor chords - 1, b3, 5 These numbers represent the degrees or notes in a major scale. For ex: C Major scale - C, D, E, F, G, A, B 1, 3, 5 - C, E, G 1,b3,5 - C, Eb, G Major chords are bright and happy sounding while minor chords sound dark.
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Answered on 06/01/2016 Music/Instrumental Music/Drums

Bass/Kick drum Snare Hi-Hat Cymbals Ride Cymbal Crash Cymbal Toms Floor Toms
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Answered on 06/01/2016 Music/Instrumental Music/Drums

Ranjit Barot, Gino Banks, Jai Row Kavi, Darshan Doshi, Jivraj Singh, Adrian D'Souza, Tarun Balani to name a few.
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Answered on 15/08/2015 Music

Taking about classical music, I believe one of the major difference between indian and western classical lies in the harmony. Indian classical music makes use of rhythm and melody only. You must have noticed that indian classical musicians play along with tanpura or harmonium but there are no chord progressions,... ...more
Taking about classical music, I believe one of the major difference between indian and western classical lies in the harmony. Indian classical music makes use of rhythm and melody only. You must have noticed that indian classical musicians play along with tanpura or harmonium but there are no chord progressions, whereas in western classical music, you get to learn the melody, rhythm and the harmony. Although, when you consider indian fusion, then you can get to listen to harmony too. For ex: Listen to the band "Shakti" which consisted of legends like Zakir Hussain, John McLaughlin, Ramnad Raghavan, etc. Later, the group started touring with Shankar Mahadevan. Now you aren't just limited to just 1 raga or scale. This video starts with an alaap by Shankar Mahadevan along interesting chord changes by John McLaughlin. Also, I don't agree with the above written answer by Ms. Subbulakshmi. She is trying to compare indian classical and western music (rock, pop, etc instead of classical). If you think that way, lets take indian music aka Bollywood (non classical), don't you get beats predominantly and awful lyrics with poor arranging and composing? And don't forget you have opera in western classical music, which also makes use of emotional lyrics. Musicality is a very subjective topic. There are tons of genres all over the world. You don't generalize them. I hope this helped you :)
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Piano Classes 5.0

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Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Piano Classes

8

Class strength catered to

One on one/ Private Tutions

Keyboard Classes 5.0

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Tutor's Home

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Years of Experience in Keyboard Classes

8

Class strength catered to

One on one/ Private Tutions

Answers by Rythem (8)

Answered on 10/01/2016 Music/Instrumental Music/Keyboard

Major chords - 1, 3, 5 Minor chords - 1, b3, 5 These numbers represent the degrees or notes in a major scale. For ex: C Major scale - C, D, E, F, G, A, B 1, 3, 5 - C, E, G 1,b3,5 - C, Eb, G Major chords are bright and happy sounding while minor chords sound dark.
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Answered on 06/01/2016 Music/Instrumental Music/Drums

Bass/Kick drum Snare Hi-Hat Cymbals Ride Cymbal Crash Cymbal Toms Floor Toms
Answers 3 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 06/01/2016 Music/Instrumental Music/Drums

Ranjit Barot, Gino Banks, Jai Row Kavi, Darshan Doshi, Jivraj Singh, Adrian D'Souza, Tarun Balani to name a few.
Answers 4 Comments
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Answered on 15/08/2015 Music

Taking about classical music, I believe one of the major difference between indian and western classical lies in the harmony. Indian classical music makes use of rhythm and melody only. You must have noticed that indian classical musicians play along with tanpura or harmonium but there are no chord progressions,... ...more
Taking about classical music, I believe one of the major difference between indian and western classical lies in the harmony. Indian classical music makes use of rhythm and melody only. You must have noticed that indian classical musicians play along with tanpura or harmonium but there are no chord progressions, whereas in western classical music, you get to learn the melody, rhythm and the harmony. Although, when you consider indian fusion, then you can get to listen to harmony too. For ex: Listen to the band "Shakti" which consisted of legends like Zakir Hussain, John McLaughlin, Ramnad Raghavan, etc. Later, the group started touring with Shankar Mahadevan. Now you aren't just limited to just 1 raga or scale. This video starts with an alaap by Shankar Mahadevan along interesting chord changes by John McLaughlin. Also, I don't agree with the above written answer by Ms. Subbulakshmi. She is trying to compare indian classical and western music (rock, pop, etc instead of classical). If you think that way, lets take indian music aka Bollywood (non classical), don't you get beats predominantly and awful lyrics with poor arranging and composing? And don't forget you have opera in western classical music, which also makes use of emotional lyrics. Musicality is a very subjective topic. There are tons of genres all over the world. You don't generalize them. I hope this helped you :)
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Rythem B. describes himself as Pianist. He conducts classes in Keyboard and Piano. Rythem is located in Vasant Kunj, Delhi. Rythem takes Regular Classes- at his Home and Online Classes- via online medium. He has 8 years of teaching experience . Rythem has completed Grade 8 in Piano from Trinity College of Music, London. HeĀ is well versed in Hindi and English. Rythem has got 10 reviews till now with 100% positive feedback.

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