BPA HINDUSTANI VOCAL is three year degree level program. The Vocal course offered by different college in India. Hindustani old style music is a singular interest that spotlights principally on melodic improvement. Hindustani Classical Vocals are additionally alluded to as Shastriya Sangeet. Our Hindustani vocal staff, Naveen Hiremath, discovered his enthusiasm for music at an early age. He was motivated by his mom who is a capable Hindustani old style artist and vocal teacher herself. It's being said that Rainy season is the period of creation, Love and Romance. This season has skilled us numerous types of music – Kajri, Jhoola, Sawan and all these are affected by blustery explanation. Jhoola portrays the sentimental story of Radha Krishna in swing, Sawan depicts the excellence of nature than human feelings, Kajri mirrors the detachment in adoration.
NOTE:- Every college issues a list of documents required. Make sure you have all documents on this list when you apply. Remember to take attested photocopies of all the above. Don't forget to take with you the amount to pay for fees in cash or demand draft.
Given below are few of the important highlights of the program.
|Program Full Name||BACHELOR OF PERFORMING ARTS IN HINDUSTANI VOCAL|
|Duration of the Program||3 Years|
|Admission Process||Entrance Exam and Merit Based|
|Average Program Fee||Upto Rs. 1 Lakh|
Syllabus of Arts as prescribed by various Universities and Colleges.
|Paper Code||Subjects of Study|
|3||Bilambit khayal – I|
|4||Chhota khayal – I|
|5||Theory of indian music – I|
|8||Bilambit khayal – II|
|9||Chhota khayal – II|
|10||Theory of indian music – II|
|11||Biographies of gurus and musicians|
|14||Bilambit khayal – III|
|15||Chhota khayal – III|
|16||Theory of indian music – III|
|17||Instruments/vocal/dance/fine arts – I|
|19||Bilambit khayal – IV|
|20||Chhota khayal – IV|
|21||Theory of indian music – IV|
|22||Study of ancient granths|
|23||(instruments/vocal/dance/fine arts) – II|
|25||Summer internship programme (SIP)|
|26||Bilambit khayal – V|
|27||Chhota khayal – V|
|28||Theory of Indian music – V|
|29||Origin and evolution of music|
|32||Bilambit khayal – VI|
|33||Chhota khayal – VI|
|34||Theory of indian music – VI|
|35||Study of instruments|
Mentioned below are some states in India that offer the program.