At the time of writing this, the applications for round 2 are currently underway, so.. first off, congratulations on making Round 1, and welcome to the next leg of the race. In case you are reading this wayyy ahead of time to diligently prepare… (future prospective fellows), Im sure, your results will reflect that, so […]
IndianRaga proudly presents Rishi Armstrong, the first person to become an IndianRaga Fellow twice, once in 2013 for Vocals and now in 2016 for Tabla. Here are some excerpts of an interview with him. Congratulations Rishi. We are happy to have you as IndianRaga Fellow Twice and Wish You All The Best!
Interested in joining the IndianRaga Fellowship programme? Wondering where to start, and looking for insight from fellows on the programme? Read on… My name is Santosh Baynes, and I’ve been part of the IndianRaga Fellowship 2016 programme, held at Boston in August 2016. While my experience may be different from those in earlier or subsequent […]
This is what IndianRaga broadly looks for in candidates for the fellowship : How relevant you would be as part of a group, in proposing interesting ideas, initiating projects, following them up to successful closure. How unique and interesting your ideas are, while maintaining simplicity that would help our audience to understand and enjoy it, […]
Whether you are working on a piece single-handedly or in collaboration with others, as a musician, you will come across a click track at some point. So, what is a click-track? Its an audio track, with beats at regular intervals, that you can hear as you would when a metronome is played, as well as […]
BY AMBAL BALAKRISHNAN It all starts with an idea. During one of our numerous chats, my sister-in-law Rema said she and I should collaborate and bring DIY RagaLabs to Austin. Rema’s daughter Shakthi was part of Indian Raga Labs twice before, both times in Houston. It was our desire to put Austin on the map […]
How many takes will it take? Check out what the Raga Labs team has to say about their recording experience! Get a sneak peek behind hard work put together during the recording at Spotlight Sound Studios.
Featuring the melodious Rucha Muley Jambhekar! Read below about Rucha’s favorite Fellowship productions and why she enjoyed working on them. Learn more about Rucha and her music at her Facebook Page.
Have you ever wondered how your favorite songs could sound with a Carnatic twist? Check out this spectacular Indianized version of the Game of Thrones theme song by Dubai-based music producer Mahesh Raghvan. Go one step further and learn how to create desi covers like this one by watching IndianRaga courses!
Featuring the magical Sarod player – Souryadeep Bhattacharyya. Read below about Souryadeep’s favorite Fellowship productions and why he enjoyed working on them. Learn more about Souryadeep and his music at his Facebook Page and Website.