This page has been put up to create a sense of community for all music lovers in Brisbane. The Raaga Maalika School of Indian Fine Arts is based in Adelaide. However, we provide online classes for students eager to learn Hindustani Vocal and Harmonium playing. The classes are taken by Ravin Raj Gunasekar, a well known Singer in Australia and in International regions such as Singapore, Malaysia, New Zealand and India. Why travel when you can learn from the comfort of your own home? Always had an interest in learning music and taking the next step? Join Now! Make Use of our introductory offer... 4 LESSONS FOR $80! For Enquires regarding classes, test bookings contact Kush on the details below. Kush Sami: Marketing Manager & Admin Director Phone: +61425032225 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Raaga Maalika’s goal and mission is to fuel and nurture the passion of our students to make them prepared for a professional carrear in their chosen art and to bring a new life and colour into the life our students who we hold precious.
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Congrats to Krishn Latchan from Raaga Maalika School. He has done very well for his first online competency test for both theory and practical of a total score 95% Grade A. Keep it up! - Ravin.R
Dear students from Raaga Maalika Brisbane Branch, Online classes is rescheduled on Sunday 17.6.2012, Please send your time of convenience for the classes at email@example.com cheers
Students of Raaga Maalika School of Indian Fine Arts In Brisbane will be performing in 22 qualthrough st, Wooloongabba on 31st March 2012 5-7 pm
Raaga Maalika Online classes test results for semester 1 for those students who took the test for semester 1 (level 1) for both theory and practical overall marks/grades. Kush - 88% Grade A (Brisbane) Thuveshen- 88% Grade A( Brisbane)
Updates on performances - 31st March 2012 Performing a program in Brisbane called "Musical Divinity" Devotional songs and Ghazals by Ravin Raj together with the Brisbane Brothers. 6th April 2012 in Adelaide- "Memoires" a tribute to Jagjit Singh Ghazals and Devotional Songs by Ravin Raj and Music Team including students from Raaga Maalika School of Indian fine arts and Raaga Maalika Online Students from interstates of Australia. There would be an Indian Traditional Dancing by Students and Western as well and singing by students of Raaga Maalika including Local singers and Dancers as well.