Singing and Harmonium Beginners


Saturday 7th September 2019

10.30 - 11.30am

Cantell College Violet Road Southampton SO16 3GJ

Each lesson begins with vocal exercises to strengthen and improve the quality of voice. Students learn different traditional and scientific methods to enhance the tonal quality of voice, its pitch and projection. The students would learn different forms of Indian music such as classical music, different ragas and they can learn to sing different tunes of Bollywood music. In addition, the students also learn basics of playing Harmonium. The emphasis of the classes is to improve and develop vocal skills and to give an insight into Indian and Bollywood music.


Tutor: Pooja Angra

For All Abilities. Ages 6 plus

Cost: 10 lessons: £50 (£45 concessions)

Saturday 7th September, 2019
Saturday 14th September, 2019

Saturday 21st September, 2019
Saturday 28th September, 2019
Saturday 5th October, 2019

Saturday 12th October, 2019

Saturday 19th October, 2019

Saturday 26th October, 2019

Half Term
Saturday 9th November, 2019
Saturday 16th November, 2019

Download your Forms For

Class Registration and emergency contact form Autumn 2019

Singing and Harmonium Payment Form Autumn 2019

Singing and Harmonium Beginners Timetable Autumn 2019

Remember: if you book for more than one class you can enjoy a 20% discount.


Pooja Angra

Bestowed with a melodious voice quality, Dr Pooja was trained by distinguished musicians and academicians – Swami Triloki Nath, Kharati Lal Taheem, Prof. Baldev Narang, Ruby Banerjee, Dr A.S. Paintal and Prof. Geeta Paintal of Agra and Indore gharana. Pooja has a PhD in Indian music by Delhi University India. She performs various music genres ranging from Hindustani classical, Semi-classical, Devotional, Bollywood, Sufi, Ghazal to Punjabi folk. Pooja’s experience ranges from teaching individuals and groups, practising the authentic approach to Indian music as well as collaborating with Eastern and Western musicians. Pooja, a firm believer of pursuit of excellence is undoubtedly a pride of Indian music.