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Institute of Indian
and
Modern Music

Sanskrit Shlok
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We teach students to learn and nurture their hidden talent.

Here parents also participate in and receive feedback on their child's development.

Full involvement and proper interaction with students are very important.

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Know about our Culture and Philosophy.

Began

How we began

“Music is the universal language of soul to mankind”, keeping that very thought in mind ‘Institute of Indian and Modern Music’ was established in Pune,1984 by its founder and director Mr. S.K. Jadhav

Phil

Philosophy

To create the best music artist in fields of vocal, instrumental and dances. To promote music and thus create an interest of good music among people of all age groups. To impart appropriate knowledge about pure music and impure music forms which has altered in present time due to commercialization. To help realize the good and positive effects of music in one’s life. sist in diverting the idle time of youngsters towards arts field.

work

Our Work

The institute completes the whole meaning of MUSIC, as it has the all 3complete aspects of music - vocal, instruments and dance forms.

Our History

‘Music is the universal language of soul to mankind‘ keeping that very thought in mind ‘Institute of Indian and Modern Music’ was established in Pune,1984 by its founder and director Mr. S.K. Jadhav on the day of Ram Navami. IIMM was started with the sole purpose of resuscitating in modern India recognition of the priceless artistic traditions of musical aspects and of imparting to the young the true spirit of Art, devoid of vulgarity and commercialism.

The institute completes the whole meaning of MUSIC, as it has the all 3complete aspects of music - vocal, instruments and dance forms. Being born in fourth generation musician’s family, Mr. S.K. Jadhav has acknowledged the teachings and learning’s of Hindustani classical music & instruments from the tender age of five. Later at the age of 14-15, he got interested in western music & learnt proficiently western musical aspects n instruments like Spanish guitar, key boards with piano techniques, drums set & etc.

The institute has to its credit of training more than 25000 coming from all over India. The students are trained as per the syllables method by professional musicians and dancers with certificate courses are provided.

Since 1987, IIMM has given some breath taking performances in various art festivals like the Pune festival, children festival, Ferodiya and Verves. The institute has also performed shows for Doordarshan and various inter colleges, schools & media competitions.

Goals of IIMM include

  • To create the best music artist in fields of vocal, instrumental and dances.
  • To promote music and thus create an interest of good music among people of all age groups.
  • To impart appropriate knowledge about pure music and impure music forms which has altered in present time due to commercialization.
  • To help realize the good and positive effects of music in one’s life.
  • To assist in diverting the idle time of youngsters towards arts field.

IIMM regards music as an art is any day greater than essential basic mathematics. As math has only 10 digits where as music have 12 notes much more infinite than anything else in this world. IIMM does not believe in the commercialization or privatization of coaching and the earnings that come along with it .IIMM considers itself as a modern space to explore and gain knowledge & learning’s about music as a field of fine arts.

Our Work

Let's know about our Expertise.

Vocal

Indian classical music has two distinct genres consisting of Hindustani classical music and Carnatic music. Hindustani Classical Music is the north Indian classical music tradition and it's believed to have evolved from 12th centuries AD onwards. Hindustani Classical Music is said to have been evolved out of a homogeneous amalgamation of different musical genres like the Vedic chant tradition, Persian tradition of Musiqi-e-assil and existent folk music culture, and is taught in institute in its traditional way.

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Instruments

The various instruments are proficiently taught with self techniques and skills of the particular instruments in classical n western genres of music according to academic syllables and certification courses, to train the students professionally and to create them as individual artists. In classical genre-Harmonium, Tabla, Violin, Flute are been taught and in Western- Spanish acoustic guitar, electric guitar, synthesizer (including piano techniques), drums set, congo-bongo.

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Dance

  • Bharatnatyam: Bharatanatyam originated in southern India in the state of Tamilnadu. It started as a temple dance tradition called Dasiyattam (the dance of the maid-servants) 2000 years ago and is perhaps the most advanced and evolved dance form of all the classical Indian dance forms. The name Bharatanatyam is a simple derivation from the four most important aspects of dance (in Sanskrit). These are: Bha from Bhava meaning emotion, Ra from Raga meaning music or melody, Ta from Taala meaning rhythm and Natyam meaning dance. Thus Bharatanatyam is the dance that encompasses music, rhythm and expressional dance or Abhinaya and strictly adheres to the Natyashastra (the scripture of classical Indian dance). Kalakshetra dance style of bharatnatyam is characterised by a linear form of the body without any pronounced movement of the upper body and linear spatial patterns, which make the dance form extremely dynamic and powerful and is famous for its focus on the Angika. The lines are stressed and a precise way of holding the Mudra is emphasised and the words of the lyrics are almost used as tala indicators for placing the hand in an exact position even during narration. But no other style has matched the beauty of a Kalakshetra leap.
  • Social or couple dance forms: Salsa/bachata/merenge/ballroom: refers to a set of partner dances, which are enjoyed both socially and competitively around the world. Because of its performance and entertainment aspects, is also widely enjoyed on stage, film, and television. Ballroom dance styles includes cha cha cha, jive, rumba, samba, argentina tango, waltz, paso doble, frox trot.
  • Hip-hop dance: This refers to dance styles primarily danced to hip-hop music or that have evolved as part of hip-hop culture. This includes a wide range of styles notably breaking, locking, and popping Bboying. What separates hip-hop dance from other forms of dance is that it is often freestyle (improvisational) in nature and hip-hop dancers frequently engage in battles—formal or informal freestyle dance competitions.
  • Contemporary dance: This is a very interpretive style of dance that focuses on unconventional movements, considered revolutionary, pulling from non-western styles as African style dancing. Unlike classical ballet, contemporary dance does not have fixed movements, instead it is a search for new forms and dynamics. It focuses on oppositional movement, alignment, raw emotion, and systematic breathing.
  • Belly dance: This involve isolating different parts of the body (hips, shoulders, chest, stomach, etc.), which appear similar to the isolations used in jazz ballet, but are often driven differently. The focus is on the hip and pelvic area, correct posture and muscle control is important in belly dance.
  • ZUMBA: This is all about an exhilarating, effective, easy-to-follow, Latin-inspired, calorie-burning dance fitness that’s moves people toward joy and health. Featured exotic rhythms set to high-energy Latin and international beats.
  • Workshops: Yearly several workshops are conducted in folk dance forms and as per the festivals. Such as Garba, Dandiya, Lavani, maharashtrian folk forms and other state forms.
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Our Great Faculty

“It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge.“

Mr. S.K. Jadhav

Founder & Chariperson
Balaji Nagar Branch

Ms. Sneha Jadhav

Trust Member
Adinath Branch

We have great faculties with the great knowledge and experience in the field of music and dance. Their passion leads them to the excellence and they teach their students with same passion and dedication.

Our Batches

"Checkout the art and enroll as per your interest"

Timings:

Adinath Branch: Mon-Thu evening 5:00pm to 9:00pm, Sat-Sun morning 10:00am to 12:00pm, Friday is a Holiday.

Balaji Nagar Branch: Thursday is a Holiday, Mon-Sun evening 5:00pm to 8:00pm.

vocals

Learn Cassical singing from basic. And be a proffesional singer.

zumba

Fitness is important, so join us in Zumba Fitness training. Be a healthy person and enjoy a healthy lifestyle.

instruments

Music is everywhere. You love to hear it. So why not learn best Musical Instruments and be the master of Music?

Socials

Learning Latin dance is now more exciting. Show your best steps and join us in dance parties.

bharatnatyam

Bharata Natyam is known for its grace, elegance, purity, tenderness, expression and sculpturesque poses. Learn the dance of Lord Shiva.

hip-hop

Hip-hop dance refers to street dance styles primarily performed to hip-hop music or that have evolved as part of hip-hop culture. It includes a wide range of styles primarily breaking, locking, and popping.

Fee Structure

"This is our fee structure with discount offers"

Art Forms

Musical Instruments

Guitar, Keyboard, Drumset, Violin, Harmonium, Tabla, Flute, Zembe, Congo, Bongo

  • 1 month: 1000/-
  • 3 months: 3000/- 10% discount 2700/-
  • 6 months: 6000/- 10% discount 5400/-

Dance Forms

Bharatnatyam

  • 1 month: 800/-
  • 3 months: 2400/- 10% discount 2100/-
  • 6 months: 4800/- 10% discount 4320/-

Hip-Hop, Contemporary, Zumba

  • 1 month: 1200/-
  • 3 months: 3600/- 10% discount 3240/-
  • 6 months: 7200/- 10% discount 6480/-

Salsa & Socials(Level Wise)

  • 1st Level: 1800/-
  • 2nd Level: 2000/-
  • 3rd Level: 2400/-

Levels for Vocals & Instruments

  • 1st Level: 1000/-
  • 2nd Level: 1200/-
  • 3rd Level: 1500/-
  • 4th Level: 1800/-
  • 5th Level: 1800/-

Hi folks, Institute of Indian and Modern Music has also introduced a new offer for our students. Refer your friend or family and get 10% off on one month fees**

Contact Us

Reach us on the below addresses

Address 1

BANSAL CORNER, 1st Floor, Near to Shahu Bank, opp. Savant Plaza &

Balaji Nagar BRT Bus Stop, Pune-Satara Road, Dhankawadi,

Pune 411043.

Phone: +91-9011473833, 020-24377797

Address 2

Adinath Shopping Center,

Shop No.21/A, Pune-Satara Road,

Pune-411037

Phone: +91-9960348611

Any queries or doubts we'll be happy to address, please mail us to: iimm.info@gmail.com

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