Transplanting the Hindustani Classical Music Tradition

Wasanti Paranjape taught Hindustani music in Edmonton for nearly twenty-five years. Initially, she sent prospective students to Chandrakant Kapileshwari, a professional classical singer who made his living teaching. After he moved away, however, she began teaching in her home, accepting students of all ages and musical backgrounds—young and old, Indian and Western, classical and jazz-oriented.
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Mrs. Paranjape teaching her niece in Bombay

Mrs. Paranjape teaching her niece in Bombay

Wasanti Paranjape teaching student Danica Clark

Wasanti Paranjape teaching student Danica Clark