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Rhythms Institute Of Fine Arts

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 08026636125, 08041219338
21/1, Pt. Bhimsen Joshi Block Building, 3rd Floor And 4th Floor, 3rd Cross, 8th C Main Road, Jaya Nagar 4th Block, Bangalore - 560011, Karnataka
Near Sri Vinayaka Temple
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Style: Indian, Western
Type Of Instruction: Instrument, Vocal
Professional Courses: NA
Segment: Individual
Instructors: Mr. Murugesh
Credit Cards Accepted: No
Style: Indian, Western
Courses: Abacus
Instruments: Tabla, Drum Set, Veena, Harmonium, Keyboard, Guitar, Flute, Sitar, Violin, Mridangam, Carnatic Vocal, Hindustani Vocal, Pads
Dance Form: Bharatanatyam, Bollywood, Contemporary, Fusion, Party Dance
Hobby Courses: Painting, Drawing, Metal Embossing, Soft Toys Making, Charcoal Sketching
Editor's Note
Rhythms Institute Of Fine Arts: One of the leading institutes in Bangalore for practising the fine arts. Established in 1996, this institute offers a wide range of courses in vocal and instrumental music, in Hindustani, Carnatic and Western musical traditions. It teaches dance and art as well. The faculty members are among the best in their fields. Besides these, Rhythms also organises music and dance performances and lectures. To encourage an appreciation of fine arts among people, it holds competitions and charity shows.

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The tutors of Rhythms have been wonderfully training us. No second thought about that. Its like a temple of music. That explains everything ......
rhythms is a very fine institute...i've been thr from past 3 years, its like my 2nd college...all the tutors thr are very friendly and sweet...even the staff r very nice...i totally agree wit avi...they give every1 a fair chance to play in the annual day, however only if the tutors feel tht they r ready for the stage...playing on d stage is not like a walk in the park...in these 3 years, i've never seen any tutor or staff behaving badly, neither seen them doing any partiality, favorism & nepotism. Its really a wonderful place to learn music..
Rhythms is a sanctuary place of music and art....... I have been a student in that institute for three years and it has been like a second home to me. Rhythms is like a temple of art..... It not a place to be insulted.....
we are a bunch of30students from drums course of rhythms jaynagar branch,we are ashamed that a matured person instead of accepting the drawback of his child blames such a wonderful teacher and rhythms which ig giving dedicated and quality knowledge to all of us.
This is one of the most horrible music place...Operators are very rude as mentioned by Ritu. The place is full of people who do partiality, favorism & nepotism. To show off big in the public they ask the old student to join just before their annual day and ask them to perform so that they can get good publicity and name and thus avoiding a fair chance to the students who have been learning for years and slogging it out. This is very true with the drum team as I am on of the affected party. I do not know whether the management is aware of what is happening here or party to this. It is always better to do a background check before getting admited as the children are the ones who get affected psychologically by the behavior of these immature ... View More
No its not lik tat actually nce u get in they won treat u lik tat they;re gud especially te manager's nice to every one
I can't comment on much that happens in this institute coz I was shocked at the threshold. I called to find our the details of the classes in jayanagar and was welcomed by a telephone operator who was outright rude without reason. This is what happened.... Me: Hi, I called to check the details of the guitar classes please Pushpa (the telephone operator): Yes. One is friday saturday inbetween for vun (chk out the accent) hour 4:3- to 8:30 and saturday sunday 1 to 4 and 11 to 2 Me: Ok, so if I join the saturday batch can I attend the evening batch ( I meant is it the same class between 1 to 4 & 4:30 to 8:30) ? Operator: (Shouts, Yells, Screams) I told u know evening batch is also there Me: Ok, why are you shouting Operator: I talk lik ... View More