Join us for the exciting 7-day workshop story telling series specially designed for preschoolers, where they get to learn about interesting elements of Hindustani classical music! Doesn’t that sound exciting?
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Workshop Details for Jul-Aug 2021:
Dates: Mon, 12th Jul to Sun, 18th Jul
Time: 6PM PST
Dates: Mon, 23rd Aug to Sun, 29th Aug
Time: 5PM IST
About the artist: Madhumita Bhaskar is a multi-faceted artist and a Hindustani classical singer, performer and practitioner, and is currently a senior disciple of Prof. Milind Malshe of Mumbai, an exponent of Jaipur-Atrauli gharana of Hindustani khayal music. She has been undergoing training in the guru-shishya parampara of Indian tradition since 1999. Her unique voice, musical understanding and love for exploring complex music compositions sets her apart. As a child artist, she has sung for the popular children’s audio book series Karadi Tales and a children’s Hindi film Jajantaram Mamantaram released in 2003. She has won in many international music competitions and participated in lecture demonstrations on Hindustani music. She also owns and manages her YouTube channel by the name msilentmusic where she informally publishes her musical works. She attributes lot of her interest in Indian classical music to her music loving family and her guru Prof. Malshe’s weekly house concerts. She is a trained Bharatnatyam dancer, self taught digital artist, illustrator and water color painter and she also writes poetry. After finishing her bachelor’s degree in Electronics & Telecommunication engineering in Mumbai, she worked as a senior software engineer & project manager in India & USA. She then chose to quit her cushy corporate career to focus on her artistic interests and spreading the love for arts and especially for Indian classical music, among children.
What Parents Are Saying
“What an enjoyable hour with Madhumita Bhaskar! My kid was lost in the story and she was beautifully brought to the basic elements of music. Innovative ways of introducing music to young ones! Way to go ShrotaHouse They all sang and screamed together. Absolute fun! I enjoyed it listening to it too.”
“A big applause and thank you ShrotaHouse for such a wonderful session. It was fun filled evening for kids. They learned basics about music by listening to story. They enjoyed and learned..”