Online classes

Guru In Residence Series

RFPA's Online Classes

In these online classes, you have the opportunity to learn classical music, dance, and instruments. Learn online from the best, rekindle your enthusiasm for the performing arts.

We have launched these online classes (Guru In Residence series) along with a few of our esteemed Gurus so that students can benefit through remote learning sessions.
The Guru In Residence sessions are powered by SeekLMS from CloodOn.

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    Upload Audition File. You can upload a video (MP4) / audio (MP3) file. Maximum size is 100MB. The guru will assess your audition personally to determine if you can enter the class.

    Along with these online classes, we also have an ongoing workshop series! Make the most of remote learning.

    Frequently asked questions about our online classes

    Which equipment do I need to attend the online classes?

    • For accessing the Zoom meetings, you can use a laptop / PC, an iPad or any other tablet, or even a mobile phone if you're comfortable.
    • You will also need earphones or headsets to listen to the gurus. If you can spring for wireless earbuds or earphones, you will get an even better experience. We discourage using the loudspeaker of your phone.
    • Another optional equipment is a portable LED lamp / light to adjust your surrounding lightning so you appear better on video share.

    What are the internet speed requirements for a smooth online session?

    Internet speed is measured by two metrics: the upload speed and the download speed.

    The upload speed is the speed you consider if you want to transmit data (i.e., you want to share your screen or speak). The download speed is used for measuring the speed for receiving the data (i.e. when the guru is presenting and you are simply listening to them).

    For music lessons, you should look at a steady upload speed of anywhere between 20-80 Mbps and an upload speed of >5Mbps.

    You can do an internet speed test to measure your current speed and optimize accordingly.

    How can I test my Zoom audio settings?

    Open the Zoom app and click on the settings (gear) icon in the top right corner of the screen. You will see a popup. Select Audio, and then Test Mic. Zoom will take you through a round of quick tests to ensure your mic settings are working fine. The Test Speaker button will help you test whether you can hear your guru's instructions properly.

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