Mishra, Tania

Mishra, Tania

On-site Google Music Classes Only

Education and Background

Master of Arts in Indian Classical Music (Hindustani), Rabindra Bharati University, Kolkata; Bachelor of Arts with Honors in Music, Vidyasagar University, Midnapore. Recipient of prestigious “Sangeet Visharad” title from Prachin Kala Kendra, Chandigarh, India

Tania Mishra was born in Kharagpur, India and was introduced to the mesmerizing world of music at the age of seven. Before moving to USA, Tania worked as a guest lecturer at an undergraduate college in Vidyasagar University, India and founded her own music school. She has been teaching private lessons in vocal music since 2004. She has performed in numerous stages in India that includes Dover Lane Music academy and Gyan Mancha.She has been selected to represent her universities in national/international competitions and South Asian Youth Festivals. Tania has won several national/state/district level music competitions throughout her career. She moved to the USA in 2014 and since then teaching Indian/Bengali vocal music in Mountain View, California.

Teaching Philosophy

Tania wants to convey quality education in music through lucid approaches while having a great deal of fun. She believes that music is like “Sadhana” (In Sanskrit, disciplined and dedicated practice) and you have to adore it, love it, appreciate it from the depth .She can assure that the wonderful journey through “Raagas” and “Taans” would be a memorable enjoyment and rewarding experience. She thinks that it’s very important to have the basics right and if that happens, the students can master any songs and notations. Tania is very patient, caring and encouraging. She tries to understand the student’s strengths and weaknesses, and plans the lessons accordingly. She has taught students from age of 5 to 55 and is comfortable with every stage of teaching. She cannot agree more that “Music is a moral law. It gives soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination…”(Plato).


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