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Yes, You Can Learn Carnatic Vocals Online!

Carnatic Vocals Courses

Carnatic Vocals Foundation

With a focus on building strong fundamentals, this course is the perfect starting point for beginners over 8 years of age. In this course, we introduce your child to the basic concepts of Carnatic music like shruthi, swaras, swarasthanams and more!

  • Course Duration - 6-8 Months
  • Certification on Course Completion
  • Masterclass Included
USD 22.5/Session Per Session (60 Min Each)
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Talented Instructors

Sudha Lachyan

Sudha Lachyan,
Indian Vocals

Sangeet Visharad, ABGMVM
Experience - 25+ Years

Abhinav Kishore

Abhinav Kishore,

RSL Guitar Grade 8 Certified
Experience - 10+ Years

Arpitha Hebbar

Dr. Arpitha Hebbar,
Carnatic Vocals

Sr. Grade, Carnatic Music
Experience - 15+ Years


Western Vocals

Trinity Grade 8 Certification
Experience - 10+ Years

Swapnil Katwe

Swapnil Katwe,

RSL Classical Grade 5 Certification
Experience - 15+ Years

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“I love how my teachers adapt the curriculum to my preferences so I excel at what I am good at and stay motivated while also working on improvement.”

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“The 1-1 sessions really helped Avishi because she got undivided attention. I have now enrolled my younger daughter as well at Spardha for singing lessons.”

Avishi Jaitley

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“I always look forward to my sessions because of how fun and supportive my teacher is, especially when I find something difficult. My teacher always makes it easy.”

Hiranmay Patankar

Hiranmay Patankar


“We have seen a good learning curve in Shriya's music sessions. But most importantly, it’s the personality development and confidence growth that is most remarkable.”


Shriya Tatwade’s


“I had started learning in my childhood but could not continue. Now that Spardha has an online platform, I am finally able to fulfill my dream of learning to sing.”

Srimukha Daripalli

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Online Learning of Carnatic Music at Spardha School of Music

In a recent article by UNESCO, Carnatic music is regarded as one of the most influential genres of Indian classical music. In fact, it has been described as one of the most important types of music in the world. But in order to understand why it is considered so important, we must first look at its fundamentals. While it may be tempting to start with more advanced lessons, beginners lessons in Carnatic Music should always start with Carnatic ragas.

Carnatic music is an oral tradition in India, which means that the rules of the music are closely guarded. But with the growing technology online learning of Carnatic Music has made it more accessible than other forms of music, and a trained ear is required for performing.

At the Spardha School of Music, we are here to take you on a journey. A journey that will make you understand never ending joy and pleasure in the 'Carnatic Notes'. You shall learn Carnatic music online in a time-efficient manner using our online learning platform. A major challenge when it comes to learning Carnatic music is the specialized regional vocabulary, which limits training to the art locally. Now, with the introduction of online learning of Carnatic Music, teachers and students have a completely virtual environment in which they can interact with each other. This also ensures that newcomers in the field are able to learn from some of the best musicians in the world.

Fundamental of Carnatic Music Classes

The structure of Learning Carnatic music is very similar to that of Western classical music. It follows a system of rules for melody building, with movement up and down, a scale of notes, and phrases. The improvisations are based on the meaning of the text. This structure also guides the melodic phrasing of the composition.

Unlike other forms of music, Carnatic Music is unique in its tempo and rhythm. Hence, it is not easy to master. It is not something that can be learnt overnight. It requires a great deal of commitment and dedication. A passion for music will help you learn and master it quickly. If you can find a good teacher, you'll be on your way to success. At Spardha School of music you can learn Carnatic music lessons online by expert professionals. If you're a beginner in this field, you might start with a beginners course of Carnatic Music and go upto advanced level courses in Carnatic Music.

Music has an incredible capacity to bring people together. But as you know, not everyone has access to a musical education. Online learning music classes are an outstanding way of closing the gap and providing access to the wide range of world music traditions that are usually inaccessible to students in less-developed countries or states or who just live a distance away from traditional centers of learning.

Carnatic music comes from the southern region of India, where classical and semi-classical forms evolved. It has a melodic, rhythmic and lyrical semitone scale. The Carnatic music style is different from most other Indian music – like Ghungroo or bhangra, due to its emphasis on intricacy and precision of rhythm application. It tends to be intimate, mostly being performed in individual or concert halls (thanks to families who pass down the form or hire expert musicians). This is why it's great for kids too - they learn the art by osmosis and will typically come away with their share of bragging rights!

How can I benefit from learning Carnactic music online?

Carnatic music is a highly disciplined form of music that focuses on vocalizing and composition. It is also a great way to relieve stress. It also refines hand-eye coordination in children, which can help them become better at sports. You'll be able to follow the rhythm and tempo of a Carnatic song without much effort.

Although it requires discipline and commitment, practicing Carnatic music can be an excellent stress buster. The repetitive nature of the rhythms is known to help children with their hand-eye coordination. The rhythms and tempos of these songs are similar to those of yoga. However, they can be quite challenging to learn at first, and beginners need to be patient in their journey. But the rewards will be well worth it. Similarly, practicing this ancient art form can even help with children's health.

Learning Carnatic music for kids has many benefits, such as discipline and mental stimulation. The music contains small vibrations, which help to harmonize the body. Singing hymns in a group creates unity and is believed to make us wiser. Music enhances the language development of kids and stimulates the brain in different ways. Carnatic Music is a form of South-Indian classical music and teaches music skills at a basic level. This type of music was composed for performers with its roots in Hindu culture. It is one of various types of Indian classical music, most other types being either devotional like kirtan or serious like ragas or khayal.

Carnatic Music can help you relax and find peace of mind. It is a tonic which has a very calming effect. The sounds of this music usually strips away all the tensions you bear both emotionally and mentally. Through listening to Carnatic Music, one can heal oneself of stress, anxiety, low self-esteem, anger, sleep deprivation etc.

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