To Appreciate And Understand The Art Of Indian Classical Music

About the Tabla House

The Tabla House is a School dedicated to teaching Traditional Indian classical Tabla..

Our focus is on teaching Tabla.

Classes are taught in a friendly environment, giving the student a comfortable learning atomsphere. Our classes are small to give proper attention to each student. At the Tabla House we teach students proper hand and stroke technique.

Our Goal is to appreciate and understand the art of Tabla playing.

For the past 3 years we have had Sri Hindol Majumdar from Calcutta teach workshops at The Tabla House. These workshops will continue on a yearly basis.

The Tabla House is the best school in Brampton and the surrounding area for Indian Classical Tabla. We believe the students are what makes our school a great one.

Our Teachers

Amar Seepersad

Has studied Tabla (Lucknow Gharana) with Ritesh Das And Pandit Swapan Chaudhuri for 10 years. Amar now studies with Sri Hindol Majumdar (Farukabad and Punjab Gharana). Amar also plays Dholak and accompanies many of our local ghazal artists. He was a co-founding member of the Toronto Tabla Ensemble, and can be heard on CD's with them.

Ryan Seepersad

Ryan started his Tabla training at the age of 4 1/2 under the supervision of his dad Amar Seepersad. He studied with Ritesh Das and Pandit Swapan Chaudhuri for 5 years at which time performed many Tabla Solos within the downtown Toronto and Brampton area. Ryan was selected to perform at the Kids International Milk festival when he was only 7 yrs old. He has performed at the Harbour Front Centre with the Toronto Tabla Ensemble. He continues to practice on a daily basis and teaches some of the classes at The Tabla House.

Hindol Majumdar

He had his training from Sri Shibsankar Karmakar and has been taking advanced talims from the Tabla maestro Pundit Sankha Chatterjee of the Punjab Gharana