INDIAN MUSIC AND FUSION FOR STRINGS

Discover Indian music with an internationally famous violinist

Who is it for?
String players year 6 to adult, GCSE students, composers with an interest in Indian styles,
tutors who would like to use these styles in their work
Date: 26 October 2019
Time: 11:00 - 17:00
Venue: King's Ely Junior School, Militia Way, Ely CB7 4JE

Course Leader: Pandit Pallab Bandyopadhyay

Pandit Pallab is an expert in, and leading performer of the 'Jog Gharana' style of violin playing and is as a teacher, composer, conference presenter and a champion for underprivileged children and communities, is highly experienced in working with young people.

What will you experience?
• Explore the difference in technique between western and eastern string playing
• What is a raga? (Indian scale and melodic base of composition) and how to compose around
one
• How to create a fusion piece using Indian and western influences using tunes you know
• Listening to an international expert play music to you and with you

Please download the booking form below and return to Cambridgeshire Music

 
 

cost: £10 for the day

 
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COST: £10 FOR THE DAY