WHAT WE TEACH
Hindustani Vocals
Hindustani classical music is primarily vocal-centric, in-so-far as the musical forms were designed primarily for vocal performance, and many instruments were designed and evaluated as to how well they emulate the human voice.
The major vocal forms-cum-styles associated with Hindustani classical music are Dhrupad, Khayal, and Thumri. Other forms include Dhamar, Tarana, Trivat, Chaiti, Kajari, Tappa, Tap-Khayal, Ashtapadis, Dadra, Ghazal and Bhajan. Of these, some forms fall within the crossover to folk or Semi-Classical or Classical ('Light' Classical) music, as they often do not adhere to the rigorous rules and regulations of 'pure' Classical Music.

Learners at Performers Collective music school may pursue classical or semi-classical vocals. The lessons conducted in the guru-shishya parampara cover both practical and theoretical aspects of Indian vocal music. 

Learners attending Indian classical vocal classes get many performance opportunities and may appear for theory or practical examinations conducted by the Prayag Sangeet Samiti.

Only group lessons are available in Hindustani Vocals. Learners as young as 6 years may start lessons at the Performers Collective.
 
TEACHERS
Instruments: Hindustani Vocals
Genre: Vocal
Center: Gurgaon
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