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With Levon Chatikyan
This wind instrument of Armenian origin consists of a cylindrical body and a double reed. There are 8 finger holes on the duduk’s front and two thumbholes on its back. A piece of reed acts as sound and air regulator. The duduk is a simple instrument but one that produces a unique sound.
Mridangam classes: South Indian percussion
With Venkatasubramanian Pasupathy and Sivasuthan Sivarajiyer
The mridangam is a classical double drum from South India. Used to accompany songs, instruments and dance, it is made form a single piece of hollow wood, though it may have originally been made of clay.
The Tammorra and Tamburello - South Italy
With Salvatore Meccio and Massimo Laguardia
Like almost all percussion instruments, the tammorra and tamburello are social instruments. Whether in private or group lessons, the aim is to teach students to play these drums in a group situation, in keeping with the way that they are played in Southern Italy.
Hindustani Music : Santur, sitar or tablas
With Paul Grant
Paul Grant is a musician and teacher who has spent more than 35 years dedicated to the study of Eastern music. He is known for his mastery of the santoor in a variety of classical repertoires, including Indian, Persian, Afghan and Kashmiri. In addition to being proficient on the tabla and sitar, he has restored and made several instruments in his existential quest for perfect sound!
Anatolia's popular music
by Ozan Cagdas
The traditions of the ashik, the Anatolian bards whose names mean 'in love', go back to the Middle Ages. Today, this tradition is maintained by professional musicians, poets and performers who accompany their songs with various long-necked lutes: saz, divan, cura, selpe
by Etienne Mayerat
Classes aim to pass on flamenco’s different forms, particularly those of the guitar. This includes studying the rhythmic and harmonic aspects of the principal styles (palos), as well as their cultural context. Flamenco guitar technique offers many possibilities on the guitar, whether in a group or solo.