KRITHIS (Basic) – C1
Krithis are the most important & popular compositional structures in Carnatic Music. Kritis, with their distinct structure of Pallavi, Anupallavi, and Charanam are at the heart of this course. Krithis covered – “Shobillu Saptaswara” & “Brova bharama”.
Click on “Know More” to view the introduction video from Vidwan Kumaresh (Fiddling Monk) which will give you a good idea about the course. A detailed curriculum of the course, FAQs and course highlights are available as well.
You will need to complete Varnams (Basic) – C1 before enrolling in this course. Please look up Varnams (Basic) – C1 here. In case you are already learning/have learnt Indian Violin and feel you have knowledge of lessons covered in course, please reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org for completing the prerequisite requirements.
How do we interact with Vidwan Kumaresh R (Fiddling Monk)? How are the lessons taught? How will this be interactive?
Our online learning methodology is unique and interaction and feedback play a key role in your learning. Lessons are pre-recorded video lessons, meticulously composed and crafted,featuring multi-angle video recordings that intricately capture both right and left arm techniques. Students learn from the video lessons and then submit a video recording of what they have learnt(assignment submissions). Students receive clear detailed video/audio/text feedback with precise instructions to help refine/master their technique. Students can progress to next lesson once they receive feedback on their current submission.
There will also be regular live zoom meeting interactions with Vidwan Kumaresh R (Fiddling Monk).
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Is there a course order ? Where can I learn about course plan and what course comes before or after?
To understand the musical journey and know about the logical progression of courses, please look up Courses-FAQ section in this link
Please look up the “Violin- FAQ” section in FAQ page. There is a detailed section on what violin to buy and where to procure the same
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These options are just to give flexibility of payment options to the student. The material and guidance received are the same in across plans.
Whether you chose the one time payment option or instalment option, post full payment, you will have complete access to all the lessons and will continue to have post course completion as well.
If you are on a subscription plan, as long as your subscription payments are current, you will continue to have access to current materials as well as unique features of each of the subscription plans. Upon course completion, you will continue to have access to completed course materials for lifetime regardless of your subscription renewal status!
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