Received 3 Nandi awards & has sung over 400 songs in Telugu, Tamil & Kannada films.
US $48 per class |
for 1-on-1, 30 mins class
Recommended: 1 class per week | 12-16 weeks to level up
Pay as you go, 2 classes at a time
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Intermediate Playback Singing is a course designed for those with a basic understanding of classical vocals. Available to both musicians and hobbyists, this course takes place in 30-minute weekly lessons over the duration of 48 weeks. Instructor Kousalya PR will teach students voice and breath control, how to manage Gamaka, proper dictation, as well as intermediate level microphone techniques. At the end of this course, students will be ready to perform professionally or for enjoyment.
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M.A. in Music from Sri Padmavathi Mahila Viswavidyalayam,
Research Scholar in Music from Sri Padmavathi Mahila University,Tirupathi
CEO, Founder - Kousalya’s Music Academy
Music Composer - South Indian Cinema
Playback Singer - South Indian Cinema
Instructor Kousalya PR begins the course by teaching students about voice culture and microphone techniques. The lessons continue to include detailed instructions on Gamaka management (ornamentation of notes), dictation, breath control, as well as high and low pitch singing techniques. Kousalya will impart upon students vital voice yoga and voice care practices to ensure each student is equipped to maintain a healthy voice with a wide range and strong sound.
About Kousalya PR: Kousalya PR has is a renowned playback singer, composer, and dubbing artist, popular in South Indian cinema. With over 400 tracks(in Telugu, Tamil, and Kannada, and many awards and accolades, including the National Film Award in 2013 for the song “Om Sai”, the MAA Television Entertainment Award for the “Adade Adharam” title song in 2012, the “Nandi Award” as Best Playback Singer in 2011, the Santhosham Magazine Award as Best Playback Singer Female in 2009, the “Big Ugadi Award” as Best Female Singer of the Year in 2009 for the song “Nuvvakkadunte Nenikkadunte” from “Gopi Gopika Godavari”. Instructor Kousalya has performed in many films and has had the distinct honor of working with many renowned musicians during her musical career. Today, Kousalya PR is a performer and teacher, guiding students across the globe to perform in professional playback singing roles.
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Bollywood songs have been an integral part of Bollywood movies. So much that the first sound film Alam Ara (1931), had 7 songs, then Shirheen Farhad(1931) and Indra Sabha had 42 and 69 songs.