Bansuri Reviews

Free Expert Review Of Your Bansuri Recording

​Regardless of what level you are at with your bansuri playing, there is always room for improvement. That's one of the joys of playing bansuri after all! To assist your bansuri ​learning, Bansuri Bliss Founder Dr. Kerry Kriger can review an audio recording of yours and provide personalized feedback, including recommendations for ways you can improve your music (if applicable).

Simply prepare a three minutes or shorter recording of you playing Indian classical music on your bansuri and submit it through the form below. ​Dr. Kriger can review your recording of you playing raga, alap, alankar, taans, jhala, scale exercises or any other north Indian classical music​. ​​

About Your Audio Submission:
- ​Upload ​only one​ recording​ please.
- Recordings should be less than three minutes in length.
- Preferred format is .mp3 or .m4a.
- Do not upload any .wav file.
- ​Files ​must be less than 30MB in size.

Please ​do not submit recordings of​ film songs, pop songs or any other music that is not north Indian classical music.

Kerry Kriger Bansuri Review

​Dr. Kerry Kriger plays an afternoon raga at Angkor Wat, Cambodia

Kerry Kriger Cambodia Bamboo Flute

About the Author Dr. Kerry Kriger

Namaste! I am the Founder & President of Bansuri Bliss and have been studying, recording, performing and teaching bansuri since 1996. I spent ten enjoyable years learning the intricacies of raga and bansuri from the legendary flute player Pandit Vijay Raghav Rao. I have also studied tabla Hindustani vocal music, as well as guitar and western music. I regularly perform around the world, and you may hear the sounds of my bamboo flute on a beach at sunset or filling the air of a mountain valley.

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