Fundoo Class

Learn To Play Tabla (Age 5-14 years)

Multi-day class

This course focuses mainly on the prime instrument Tabla. The course covers various aspects of Tabla, beginning with Basic Information. It focuses on its practical application as well. You will learn Tabla in a very interactive, easy, and planned way.

Suteerth Sid

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4 Weeks,2x a Week

How does a Multi-Day Course work?

A Multi-Day Course meets multiple times over one or more weeks. Learners join the teacher in live video chat sessions at scheduled times. Outside of these sessions, they can take part in a classroom discussion group and message the teacher directly. Longer courses create more opportunities: real-time activities, engaging projects, and interaction with diverse classmates from other states and countries.
50 Minutes Class Duration
1-6 Kids Class Size
Ages 5-14 Age Range
Rs. 3611 Total* Price Per Learner (Rs)

Available Times

Mon, Jan 10 - Feb 2

4 Weeks,2x a Week
2:00 PM - 2:50 PM

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Class Experience

Playing Tabla increases body awareness & kinesthetic development; it helps students develop graceful coordination and self-control. 7. Playing rhythms improves listening skills and increases children and teens' ability to focus for extended periods of time.  It is the main rythmic instrument in North Indian classical music, but its versatility in all musical styles has enabled it to become the most popular percussion instrument in all of India.  Its music involves skillfully composed rhythmic patterns, intriguing compositions, and complex beat structures. The tabla is a highly versatile percussion instrument, which is played solo or in accompaniment with just about any musical instrument.  The level of sophistication and tonal beauty it possesses has elevated the instrument to an unmatched status in the world of percussion. Playing Tabla is a dynamic way to enjoy creating rhythms that express ourselves in a non verbal, but not so silent language.

There are so many ways to play with beats and silence. In this introductory class we will learn 2-3 different rhythms and add body movements and breath sounds to the mix. As the learners each find their Rhythm Zone, we start adding improvisation and layering of the rhythms. It's going to get LOUD!

Students will come to be comfortable with feeling and creating rhythms in, and with, their bodies. They can express themselves in fun, dynamic ways, on drums of varying origins, shapes and sizes. They will practice listening and repeating sounds and pulses. Students get a chance to be both leader and follower, respectfully taking turns leading the group, thus exercising courage and gaining confidence.

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We will learn how to hold the tabla, proper hand technique, and play basic rhythms.

Will be informed in the classroom by the teacher.

It will be assessed in the classroom by the teacher.

Please assist the child while the class is on.


Suteerth Sid

About Me

It was his early years when Suteerth, a classically trained vocalist realised that music is his only route and , certainly , his ultimate destiny Harmonium is the first thing that will astonish you when you played by him. He has not just defined his limits to being a vocalist and a harmonium player but, can also play keyboard, Tabla, Cajon, melodica and what not that too with equal efficiency. The new man follows the legendary music of AR Rehman, Salim Merchant , RD Burman, etc. When unconnected you will find him polishing his tunes.
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