Samarth Nagarkar: (Session 5) Structures and Disciplines of Raga Vocal Music
This is an in-person event
Thu, 07 May 2020
08:00PM - 09:00PM (EDT)
Brooklyn Raga Massive
In this online class, over five sessions, we will explore the fundamental forms and structures of Indian classical vocal music and go on to de-construct distinctive styles and disciplines that have evolved over the past two hundred years. Musicians and non-musicians alike are welcome to join.
Class 5: Structures and stylistic disciplines of the Kirana Gharana
As a traditional art form, Indian Classical Music has evolved for centuries to get to its current form. In such a journey, there are naturally aspects and layers that one must unravel to fully understand the depth and richness of the music. While it is sufficient to have an open mind and a willingness to respond emotionally in order to enjoy music, a nuanced understanding of the inner workings of music, greatly enhances the appreciation and enjoyment. Session 1: Overview of the fundamental structure of Indian Classical Vocal Music Session 2: Structures and stylistic disciplines of the Gwalior Gharana Session 3: Structures and stylistic disciplines of the Agra Gharana Session 4: Structures and stylistic disciplines of the Jaipur Gharana Session 5: Structures and stylistic disciplines of the Kirana Gharana