Learn the Tabla from Professional Tabla Player Sejal Kukadia
Sejal Kukadia is a tabla teacher at YICG (Young Indian Culture Group, Inc), a not-for-profit Academy for Asian Indians in the Long Island and Queens areas of New York.
She is a disciple of the famous tabla guru – Pandit Divyang Vakil. Sejal Kukadia handles classes for students registering for beginners, intermediate, or advanced levels of tabla learning in NYC. She has contributed much to the popularity of the tabla and her tabla classes at YICG help students realize the significance of this Indian percussion instrument in Indian classical, religious, and popular music.
Tabla Classes at YICG: Enjoyable and Enlightening
YICG students for the tabla classes are fortunate to have Sejal Kukadia as their tabla teacher as she is one among the small number of female classical tabla soloists that are there in North America. Through a sequence of 25 classes of 1 hour or 1 hour and 15 minutes duration each, Sejal would take you through rhythmic theory, tabla fingering techniques, tabla compositions, and the recitation that accompanies the playing technique. You can expect an enjoyable and enlightening learning experience whether you intend to become a professional musician or just want to play away to relax yourself.
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Tabla Teacher: Sejal Kukadia
- Teaches and Performs at the “Taalim School of Indian Music”
- Has Authored “Tabla Taalim: A Study in North Indian Percussion” which is a detailed look at the art and all aspects of tabla
- Is a member of “Divahn,” an all-female Middle Eastern fusion band that she has accompanied on travels in India and abroad
- Is part of Pt. Divyang Vakil's tabla ensemble “Tabla Upaj”
- Is part of Pt. Divyang Vakil's tabla ensemble with Michael Lukshis and Loren Oppenheimer, both of whom are her fellow faculty members at the Taalim School
To know more about or register for the tabla classes taught by our tabla teacher Sejal Kukadia, dial 1-516-739-1575 or send an email to email@example.com.