About Pancham Music Academy
We are producing musicians
We dedicate ourselves to providing students with a music education that offers fast advancement in the practical use of an instrument, while focusing on areas of theory, technique, individual composition, accompaniment, and reading of music. Professional and devoted staff of Pancham Music Academy will always be committed to focusing on the individual student's personal mastery of their musical ambitions, while assuring the student experiences the enjoyment and satisfaction, that comes with full understanding and performance of great music.We aim to provide quality music education for children and adults, based on a philosophy of nurturing the total development of the whole person in ear, mind and heart. Our proposed approach focuses on the process of learning, with emphasis on making music learning a joyful and enriching experience. This approach provides a good balance between imparting practical skills and knowledge, and fostering a sustained lifelong interest in music .
A musical keyboard is the set of adjacent depressible levers or keys on a musical instrument. Keyboards typically contain keys for playing the twelve notes of the Western musical scale, with a combination of larger, longer keys and smaller, shorter keys that repeats at the interval of an octave.
Jazz drumming is the art of playing percussion (predominantly the drum set, which includes a variety of drums and cymbals) in jazz styles ranging from 1910s-style Dixieland jazz to 1970s-era jazz fusion and 1980s-era Latin jazz. The techniques and instrumentation of this type of performance have evolved over several periods.
The first model, introduced in 1985, was the Pad-8. It was an influential device at that time, allowing drummers and percussionists the opportunity to trigger virtually any MIDI sound source without the need of a full electronic drum set. It had no internal sound source, and all pads were assignable to one note each. All pads were on the same MIDI channel.
The dholak is mainly a folk instrument, lacking the exact tuning and playing techniques of the tabla or the pakhawaj. The drum is pitched, depending on size, with an interval of perhaps a perfect fourth or perfect fifth between the two heads.
The conga, also known as tumbadora, is a tall, narrow, single-headed drum from Cuba. Congas are staved like barrels.Congas are traditionally used in Afro-Cuban genres such as conga and rumba, although they are now very common in some other forms of Latin music, including descarga, Afro-Cuban jazz, salsa, songo, merengue and Latin rock.