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#1 Aug 28th, 2010, 06:22
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Hey guys!
going to India for the 2nd time, and want to spend some time with a vocal teacher. been doing some bansuri with a teacher there before, and might take that thread up again, but I think I want to put vocal as my priority.

I'm gonna start out with some beachlife in beginning of October, but will move north after a couple of months I suppose. No set plan yet, but I want hills and nature. So, any tips what so ever, if there's a state that would be better than others, tips on who, what, where, bring it on!

Thanks!

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Delhi

Ah, well, Delhi is unfortunately not somewhere I would like to spend more time than necessary.. but thank you!
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Bansuri and vocal . . . Varanasi is your place. I've got over a year in Varanasi, last two trips to India have been to Varanasi and Varanasi only, for six months each. I found my bansuri guru there, and during those many months ran into many people studying instruments and voice. Great musical tradition in Varanasi, and an amazing place in it's own right.
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Originally Posted by bansuriwala View Post Hi,

You can learn music in its purest form from Rohit Anand in Delhi.

Let me know if you need his contact info.

Regards,
Varun.
Hello,

I would like some information regarding flute lessons. How long have you been learning with Mr. Rohit Anand? Could you tell me about his style of teaching etc?

There is a music academy in Delhi: http://bansuri-academy.wardhan.com/B...esentation.php
Do you have an idea about this place?

Kindly reply on my email id - lesfrancophones@gmail.com
If you could include your ph no, i'd like some more thorough information.
Thank you,
regards

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