From a very young age the Bansuri captured his imagination, learning from his father initially and then later on from other learned musicians. His learning started at an early age from his father Late Shri Bhabani Sankar. The turning point in his life came when he was accepted by his guru Late Pandit Malhar Rao Kulkarni, as a shisya and here it is he learned the gayaki ang, dhrupad and the various intricacies of the bansuri. The Maihar gharana has a special importance in Hindusthani music and is known for its beauty and rendering of music. He continues to learn with frequent trips to India, and hopes to continue to learn and try to make music more beautiful.
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Grade 3: Advanced
For students with 4+ years of experience.
Concert-grade Bansuri for professionals.
Grade 2: Intermediate
For students with at least 2 years of experience.
Grade 1: Beginner
Beginner's Bansuri made from select bamboo.
One-on-One lessons are offered for beginners and interested individuals via in-class format or via Skype Video.
In-class, one on one lessons are offered in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada.
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Are you just beginning to explore the Bansuri?
Have you seen or heard a friend or a performer play the instrument with ease, which left you wondering just how to get started with the learning process?
"Bansuri" is the word for flute in Hindi, the national language of India. It is a melodious, ancient wind instrument that comes in several different types and styles that evolved across cultures in different parts of the world.