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Flute
The flute is a musical instrument of the woodwind family. Unlike woodwind instruments with reeds. A musician who plays the flute can be referred to as a flute player, a flautist, a flutist, or less commonly a fluter. The bamboo flute is an important instrument in Indian classical music, and developed independently of the Western flute. The Hindu god Krishna is traditionally considered a master of the Bansuri . The Indian flutes are very simple compared to the Western counterparts; they are made of bamboo and are keyless.
Master : Rajesh Panangad
25 years experience
   
Violin
The violin is a string instrument with four strings usually tuned in perfect fifths. It is the smallest and highest-pitched member of the violin family of string instruments, which also includes the viola and cello. Someone who plays the violin is called a violinist or a fiddler. The violinist produces sound by drawing a bow across one or more strings (which may be stopped by the fingers of the other hand to produce a full range of pitches), by plucking the strings (with either hand), or by a variety of other techniques.
Master : Baburaj
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Veena
Veena is a plucked stringed instrument used mostly in Carnatic Indian classical music. There are several variations of the veena, which in its South Indian form is a member of the lute family. One who plays the veena is referred to as a vainika. Veena represents the system of Indian music. Several instruments evolved in response to cultural changes in the country. Communities of artists, scholars and craftsmen moved around and at times settled down. Attempts to start institutions of instrument-making have been made, but there is a strong need for conservatories which focus on all aspects of Veena.
Master : Rajesh Panangad
25 years experience
   
Chenda
The Chenda is a cylindrical percussion instrument used widely in the state of Kerala, India. It is also used in some parts of Karnataka . A chenda is made out of a cylindrical wooden drum, and has a length of 2 feet and a diameter of 1 foot. Both ends are covered (usually with cow skin). The chenda is suspended from the drummers neck so that it hangs vertically. Using two sticks, the drummer strikes the upper parchment. This instrument is famous for its loud and rigid sound.
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Mrudangam
Mrudangam is a percussion instrument from India, especially South India. The mridangam is also played in Carnatic concerts in countries outside of India, including Sri Lanka, Singapore, Malaysia, Australia, United Kingdom, Canada, and the United States. Today the mridangam is most widely used in Carnatic music performances. These performances take place all over Southern India and are now popular all over the world.
Master : Sasi
20 years experience
   
Edakka
The idakka, also spelt edakka, is an hourglass-shaped drum from Kerala in south India. This handy percussion instrument is very similar to the pan-Indian damaru. While the damaru is played by rattling knotted cords against the resonators, the idakka is played with a stick. Like the damaru, the idakka's pitch may be bent by squeezing the lacing in the middle. Idakka is considered as a divine instrument, especially when it is presented at Sopanam, the holy steps leading to the sanctum sanctorum of a temple, during puja sessions.
Master : Krishnakumar
20 years experience
   
Gittar
The guitar is a musical instrument of the chordophone family, being a stringed instrument played by plucking, either with fingers or a pick. Guitars are traditionally constructed of various woods and strung with animal gut or, more recently, with either nylon or steel strings.
Master : Vincent
10 years experience
   
Organ
The organ is a keyboard instrument of one or more divisions, each played with its own keyboard operated either with the hands or with the feet. The organ is a relatively old musical instrument in the Western musical tradition.
Master : Radhakrishnan
30 years experience
   
Bull Bull
Bull Bull is one of the traditional musical instrument which using in Kerala. For playing this instrument it needs years of experience and expertise. In Kerala only few peoples who are specialised in this instrument.
Master : Surendran
30 years experience
   
Mohiniyattom
Mohiniyattam, also spelled Mohiniattam), is a traditional South Indian dance from Kerala, one of the eight Indian classical dance forms. It is considered a very graceful dance meant to be performed as a solo recital by women. The term Mohiniyattam comes from the words "Mohini" meaning a woman who enchants onlookers and "aattam" meaning graceful and sensuous body movements. The word "Mohiniyattam" literally means "dance of the enchantress".
The dance involves the swaying of broad hips and the gentle movements of erect posture from side to side. This is reminiscent of the swinging of the palm leaves and the gently flowing rivers which abound Kerala, the land of Mohiniyattam. There are approximately 40 different basic movements, known as 'atavukal', in Mohiniyattam.
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10 years experience
   
Bharthanatyoom
Bharatanatyam is a classical Indian dance form originating in Tamil Nadu, India. One of the oldest of the classical dance forms in India, it is also known as the fifth Veda. Bharatanatyam is usually accompanied by the classical music. It has its inspirations from the sculptures of the ancient temple of Chidambaram. Bharatanatyam, as the name depicts is the combination of: BHA- Bhava (Expression), RA- Raga (Music) and TA- Tala (Rhythm) Bharatanatyam is a traditional dance-form known for its grace, purity, tenderness, and sculpturesque poses. Today, it is one of the most popular and widely performed dance styles and is practiced by many dancers all over the world.
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Kathakali
Kathakali is a highly stylized classical Indian dance-drama noted for its attractive make-up of characters, their elaborate costumes, detailed gestures and well-defined body movements presented in tune with the anchor playback music and complementary percussion. It originated in the country's present day state of Kerala during the 17th century AD and has been updated over the years with improved looks, refined gestures and added themes besides more ornate singing and precise drumming.
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