Guru Sameer D Inamdar is a renowned Dhrupad flautist, inventor, music researcher and composer with extensive expertise in Dhrupad music .
He’s credited with numerous solo performances on the flute, many of which have been broadcast on the radio (Akashwani and FM) as well as on popular television channels. Several leading newspapers/music magazines in India like The Times of India, Indian Express, Hindustan Times and DNA have published his interviews/reviews.
One of his most famed accomplishments is the invention of the ‘Sameer Flute’. This instrument has made it possible to adopt the pure Dhrupad style of music, with minute variations of its micro notes, for the first time ever on a flute. He has also invented the Pavan Venu – smallest bamboo flute, capable playing the highest octaves. Again, this is the first time for any acoustic instrument that this is made possible.
He conducts regular trainings for students of various universities and colleges all across India as well as numerous international students to popularize Dhrupad music. Moreover, he frequently organizes workshops with the sole aim of making the majestic Dhrupad style of music accessible to the common man. He also composes music in collaboration with a number of local and international artists.
With a firm focus on Guru-Shishya Parampara (one to one teaching methodology), Guru Sameer Inamdar has ably guided innumerable students in their exploration and learning of Dhrupad music.
See what his students have to say about him.