urban raga

Music Studio, Perorming Arts & Learning Center


Enrolling with Urban Raga

Piano / Keyboard   / Guitar   / Violin / Tabla / Drums / Vocal- Classical


A. Music Theory

About Notes, Musical Alphabets, Fingering exercise, Grand Staff, Treble and Bass Clef, Notation, Pitch, Tunes & Melodies, Definition, Time, Style, Rhythm, Music terminology, Scale, Chords, Dynamics, Harmony & forms, Musical Symbol, Ear Training, Tuning, 

B. Artistic Performances

Posture for piano playing, Utilize proper finger techniques, Sight read music, Perform songs in all scale position, Play major scales C, F, G, D, B flat with correct fingering, Maintain steady tempos while playing

C. Critique

Use of learned music theory to discuss principles and elements of music, Discuss emotional response to pieces, Evaluate the use of correct tempo, notes and rhythms, Assess the musicality of a performance, Evaluate performances of others.

D. Historical, Social and Cultural Influences

Investigate styles of music from various periods in music, history of appropriate level, Experience public performances, Role of music, the musician in society and careers in music


Students will be involved in a variety of classroom settings which provide active learning activities. Learning will engage the students both intellectually and physically. This will be accomplished through the use of class discussion and lecture, individual practice time, 


A variety of methods are used for student evaluations. Evaluation may include in-house assessment as well as International certification, but also is not limited to the following: Teacher observation of students’ performance through various Tests and quizzes

Class participation

Self evaluation

Audience response

Public performances

Class discussions

Enrolling with Urban Raga

  • Students who wish to join will have to file in an enquiry form.
  • Based on availability & eligibility we will proceed with the registration.
  • In order to be accepted as a registered student for any course, the initial advance monthly fee with a one-time registration fee need to be made.
  • For juniors There will be an admission test to understand the interest and skill level of a new student.
  • For existing students enrolled for Music, Keyboard classes, Bangalore and others who drop out for a term, whatever be the reason, they will be permitted to rejoin as fresh students and their original seat will not be held in reserve for them. Students who rejoin will have to pay the fees again as their previous fees will not be carried forward. 



  • Office Timings :   11:AM to 08:PM
  • Batch Timings : Depends on availability and level.
  • Registration Fe: One-time fee of Rs. 1500/-(non-refundable)
  • Fee Payment Quarterly
  • Books : Method Book. No Photo-Copies please.
  • Frequency : Once a week or 4 classes in a month. 
  • Duration :  1 hour each.
  • Certification : TRINITY/ ABRSM / LCM - LONDON. (Optional)
  • Instrument : Except Keyboard & Piano student needs to bring. 


Monthly Fees

  • PIANO                     : Rs. 2500
  • KEYBOARD            : Rs. 2100
  • GUITAR                   : Rs. 2100
  • VIOLIN                    : Rs. 2100
  • VOCAL                    : Rs. 1800
  • TABLA                     : Rs. 1800
  • MUSIC THEORY     : Rs. 1600

Thank You for Visiting Us  


Frequently Asked Question

Why weekly once / will it be sufficient? Or is that enough to learn fast? Or how many days a week should I have lessons?

Yes, Once a week is enough. 

  1. In general one lesson a week is about right, and you practice every day to learn it well and then build on what you have learnt in your following lesson the next week.
  2. You need enough time to digest and absorb what each lesson contained. If you do quality practice, you will learn fast and is the key to creating continuity, while allowing enough time between lessons to process and practice new information, because if it takes longer, it may bore u and decrease your efficiency.
  3. If you take more classes, you will get overwhelmed and you won't have very much time to practice.  The idea of lessons is that you learn something new every time, so you need time to practice and understand what you are given each time.
  4. You learn a certain amount of new stuff and then you have a week to master it. If you had a longer lesson, or two lessons a week, you would have too much new stuff to properly master before the next lesson.
  5. When you get to higher grades with longer and harder pieces, your lesson may have to be longer because it will take more time to hear everything.
  6. It's practice that makes a person good at something.

Common Question : "How much time will I take to play like Professional?"/ How long it will take to learn and what is the course duration" ? 

Then it is a wrong question. That is why we do not put any limit  on the duration in this module. Most common question and answer will be little difficult as there are so many factor involved in it. It depends on how much time you are spending with your instrument, your grasping power; little bit physical ability also required i.e. how fast you can move your fingers on your instrument. But normally it takes 3 to 6 months to get a hang of it. You will be able to read music, play some tunes and can move your fingers which is very important. Also Attendance, Patience, interest & Daily practice is must are the important factors to learn music