The Harmonious Benefits of Playing the Bansuri A Symphony for Physical and Mental Well-Being Playing the flute offers benefits such as improved respiratory and cardiovascular health, enhanced cognitive skills, stress relief, and an expressive outlet. It fosters discipline, patience, and social connections while providing a joyful and fulfilling hobby.
800/mo 1,000
Total Classes in a Month - 04 Classes in a week : 01 Class Time Duration : 60 min.
1,500/mo 1800
Total Classes in a Month - 08 Classes in a week : 02 Class Time Duration : 60 min.
1,800/mo 2,200
Total Classes in a Month - 13 Classes in a week : 03 Class Time Duration : 60 min. Most Popular & Recommended
300 Per Class
Trial Class / Per Class Group class Class Time Duration : 60 min.
500 Per Class
Private Class (One to One) As per your convenience. Offline (at Aalaap Academy) Class Time Duration : 60 min.
Month 1: Introduction to Bansuri: Learn the basics of the instrument, including its parts, how to hold it, and how to create sound. Sargam: Learn the seven basic notes of Indian classical music and how to play them on the bansuri. Simple Melodies: Learn to play simple melodies using the sargam and basic fingerings. Month 2: Alankaar: Learn to play various patterns and sequences of notes to develop dexterity and finger strength. Introduction to Ragas: Learn about different ragas and their characteristics. Practicing simple melodies in different ragas. Month 3: Basic Taals: Learn to play basic rhythmic cycles such as Teentaal and Dadra. Practicing playing melodies with taal accompaniment. Introduction to playing with a tabla player. Month 4: Advanced Ragas: Learn to play more complex ragas with more intricate phrases and movements. Practicing playing compositions in different ragas. Introduction to playing with a harmonium player. Month 5: Ornamentation: Learn various ornamentations and embellishments such as meend, gamak, and kan. Practicing incorporating ornamentation into playing melodies. Introduction to playing with a vocalist. Month 6: Advanced Taals: Learn to play complex rhythmic cycles such as Jhaptaal and Ektal. Practicing playing compositions in different taals. Introduction to playing with a percussionist. Month 7: Introduction to improvisation: Learn to improvise and create your own variations on ragas and melodies. Practicing improvising over simple melodies and ragas. Introduction to playing with other instruments such as guitar or keyboard. Month 8: Composition: Learn to compose your own music for the bansuri. Practicing composing and arranging melodies and ragas. Introduction to recording and producing your own music. Month 9: Performance Practice: Learn to perform in front of an audience, including stage presence and performance etiquette. Practicing performing in front of peers and receiving feedback. Introduction to playing in different performance settings such as concerts and weddings. Month 10: Collaborative Performance: Collaborating with other musicians to perform compositions and improvisations. Practicing playing with other musicians in different settings and genres. Introduction to playing in ensembles and bands. Month 11: Cultural Context: Learning about the cultural and historical context of bansuri music in India. Practicing incorporating cultural knowledge and awareness into playing and performing. Introduction to playing and collaborating with musicians from different cultural backgrounds. Month 12: Final Project: Working on a final project that showcases all the skills learned throughout the year. Practicing and preparing for a final performance or recording. Reflection and evaluation of progress made over the year. Of course, this is just a general outline and can be adjusted based on the student's progress and interests. The most important thing is to establish a solid foundation of the basics before moving on to more advanced techniques.
Our Facilities & Feature The Music class begins with a meditation session. Stage performances by students on every alternate Sunday. Performances and lectures by eminent musicians. Monthly progress reports for better results. Certificate courses in Singing, Guitar, Bansuri (Flute), and Keyboard. Trained students will be showcased on our YouTube channel. Preparation for music entrance exams for BHU and Prayag Sangeet Samiti. Music classes mediated by computer software. Audio and video recording facilities. Air-conditioned classrooms. CCTV surveillance.
Fees No negotiation will be entertained regarding the fees. Registration Fee: ₹200 Class Time Duration : 60 minutes Class Time Duration : 120 min. (50% extra on fees)
Timings In case of any schedule changes, you can contact the academy
Course Hobby Certificate Course (Aalaap Music Academy) Professional Certificate Course (Prayag sangeet Samiti)
Sigra-Mahmoorganj Branch Days and Timings
Session
Timings
Days
Morning
09:00 - 10:00
Wed friday *Sunday
Afternoon
12:00 - 01:00
Wed friday *Sunday
Evening
04:00 - 05:00 05:00 - 06:00
Wed friday *Sunday
*Sunday Timings: 11:00 am - 01:00 noon
Lanka - Nariya Days and Timings
Session
Timings
Days
Morning
Not Available
Not Available
Evening
05:00 - 06:00 06:00 - 07:00 07:00 - 08:00
Tuesday Saturday *Sunday
*Sunday Timings: 04:00 pm - 05:00 pm
Bhojubir - Orderly Bazaar Days and Timings
Session
Timings
Days
Morning
Not Available
Not Available
Evening
05:00 - 06:00 06:00 - 07:00 07:00 - 08:00
Monday Thursday *Sunday
*Sunday Timings: 04:00 pm - 05:00 pm
Bansuri Purchase Bansuri Purchase
The Harmonious Benefits of Playing the Flute A Symphony for Physical and Mental Well-Being Playing the flute offers benefits such as improved respiratory and cardiovascular health, enhanced cognitive skills, stress relief, and an expressive outlet. It fosters discipline, patience, and social connections while providing a joyful and fulfilling hobby.
Our Facilities & Feature The Music class begins with a meditation session. Stage performances by students on every alternate Sunday. Performances and lectures by eminent musicians. Monthly progress reports for better results. Certificate courses in Singing, Guitar, Bansuri (Flute), and Keyboard. Trained students will be showcased on our YouTube channel. Preparation for music entrance exams for BHU and Prayag Sangeet Samiti. Music classes mediated by computer software. Audio and video recording facilities. Air-conditioned classrooms. CCTV surveillance.
800/mo 1,000
Total Classes in a Month - 04 Classes in a week : 01 Class Time Duration : 60 min.
1,500/mo 1800
Total Classes in a Month - 08 Classes in a week : 02 Class Time Duration : 60 min.
1,800/mo 2,200
Total Classes in a Month - 13 Classes in a week : 03 Class Time Duration : 60 min. Most Popular & Recommended
300 Per Class
Trial Class / Per Class Group class Class Time Duration : 60 min.
500 Per Class
Private Class (One to One) As per your convenience. Offline (at Aalaap Academy) Class Time Duration : 60 min.
Month 1: Introduction to Bansuri: Learn the basics of the instrument, including its parts, how to hold it, and how to create sound. Sargam: Learn the seven basic notes of Indian classical music and how to play them on the bansuri. Simple Melodies: Learn to play simple melodies using the sargam and basic fingerings. Month 2: Alankaar: Learn to play various patterns and sequences of notes to develop dexterity and finger strength. Introduction to Ragas: Learn about different ragas and their characteristics. Practicing simple melodies in different ragas. Month 3: Basic Taals: Learn to play basic rhythmic cycles such as Teentaal and Dadra. Practicing playing melodies with taal accompaniment. Introduction to playing with a tabla player. Month 4: Advanced Ragas: Learn to play more complex ragas with more intricate phrases and movements. Practicing playing compositions in different ragas. Introduction to playing with a harmonium player. Month 5: Ornamentation: Learn various ornamentations and embellishments such as meend, gamak, and kan. Practicing incorporating ornamentation into playing melodies. Introduction to playing with a vocalist. Month 6: Advanced Taals: Learn to play complex rhythmic cycles such as Jhaptaal and Ektal. Practicing playing compositions in different taals. Introduction to playing with a percussionist. Month 7: Introduction to improvisation: Learn to improvise and create your own variations on ragas and melodies. Practicing improvising over simple melodies and ragas. Introduction to playing with other instruments such as guitar or keyboard. Month 8: Composition: Learn to compose your own music for the bansuri. Practicing composing and arranging melodies and ragas. Introduction to recording and producing your own music. Month 9: Performance Practice: Learn to perform in front of an audience, including stage presence and performance etiquette. Practicing performing in front of peers and receiving feedback. Introduction to playing in different performance settings such as concerts and weddings. Month 10: Collaborative Performance: Collaborating with other musicians to perform compositions and improvisations. Practicing playing with other musicians in different settings and genres. Introduction to playing in ensembles and bands. Month 11: Cultural Context: Learning about the cultural and historical context of bansuri music in India. Practicing incorporating cultural knowledge and awareness into playing and performing. Introduction to playing and collaborating with musicians from different cultural backgrounds. Month 12: Final Project: Working on a final project that showcases all the skills learned throughout the year. Practicing and preparing for a final performance or recording. Reflection and evaluation of progress made over the year. Of course, this is just a general outline and can be adjusted based on the student's progress and interests. The most important thing is to establish a solid foundation of the basics before moving on to more advanced techniques.
Fees No negotiation will be entertained regarding the fees. Registration Fee: ₹200 Class Time Duration : 60 minutes Class Time Duration : 120 min. (50% extra on fees)
Timings In case of any schedule changes, you can contact the academy
Course Hobby Certificate Course (Aalaap Music Academy) Professional Certificate Course (Prayag sangeet Samiti)
Sigra-Mahmoorganj Branch Days and Timings
Session
Timings
Days
Morning
09:00 - 10:00
Tuesday Thursday *Sunday
Afternoon
01:00 - 02:00
Wed friday *Sunday
Evening
05:30 - 06:30 06:30 - 07:30
Wed friday *Sunday
*Sunday Timings: 10:00 am - 11:00 am
Lanka - Nariya Days and Timings
Session
Timings
Days
Morning
Not Available
Not Available
Evening
04:00 - 05:00 05:00 - 06:00 06:00 - 07:00 07:00 - 08:00
Thurs Saturday *Sunday
*Sunday Timings: 04:00 pm - 06:00 pm
Bhojubir - Orderly Bazaar Days and Timings
Session
Timings
Days
Morning
-
-
Evening
04:00 - 05:00 05:00 - 06:00 06:00 - 07:00 07:00 - 08:00
Monday Thursday *Sunday
*Sunday Timings: 04:00 am - 06:00 noon