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Bageshree Sane

Pro Hindustani Course Faculty

Where the vast ocean of Hindustani Classical music has churned innumerable precious pearl-artists, young and talented Bageshree Sane is making her presence felt. With sound knowledge of raagas and taalas, Bageshree performs classical genres like khayal and semi-classical genres such as thumri, dadra and abhanga.

Gifted with a deep and pristine voice, Bageshree is a graded artist of All India Radio (AIR) and also a recipient of Gunidas Vishwanath mandal scholarship.

Her soulful renditions have not just taken her to several parts of the country but have also given her the golden opportunity to work with some of the most renowned artists from the field of dance and music.
A visharad of Akhil Bharatiya Gandharva Mahavidyalay, Bageshree has worked closely with Padmashri and Sangeet Natak Fellowship winner Pandit Tulsidas Borkar for a marathi devotional album. That apart she has rendered voice for kathak workshops held by Dr Manjiri Dev. Bageshree has also sung for musical drama ‘Ekalavya sangeetacha ek gandharva’ and recently made her debut composition ‘Dhun’ for Lord Krishna.

A Bachelor of Arts in English, Bageshree started her musical journey way too early with initial lessons from Shri Gopal Joglekar, where she got familiar with light music. Soon after, she was introduced to the basics of Shastriya Sangeet by her father Mr Vinayak Phadke and from thereon Bageshree took her vocal training more seriously. Placed under the rigourous taaleem of Vidhushi Padma Talwalkar, a renowned vocalist whose music is a blend of Kirana, Gwalior and Jaipur-Atrauli Gharana, Bageshree was imparted the rich raagdari sangeet which trained her melodically on particular raagas and rhythmically on taalas. Bageshree’s rendition is a combination of bhaav and technical accuracy, which takes the listener to the state of bliss.

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