Titled 'The Best Playback Singer - Female' by the Maharashtra State Government of India for “Kalokhaacha Rang” from the Marathi film “Ubuntu” (2017) and 'The Best Singer - Female (Non-Film)' by 'Kannada International Music Awards for “Endu Mugiyada” from the Kannada album “2way” (2013).
US $18 per class |
for 1-on-1, 60 mins class
Recommended: 1 class per week | 12-16 weeks to level up
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Bollywood singing is a symphony of emotions, where each note resonates with the heart's deepest chords. It weaves a tapestry of feelings, evoking nostalgia, passion, and joy, igniting a vibrant fire within our souls that dances to the rhythm of every verse.
This course designed by the highly trained vocalist, Mugdha Hasabnis to focus on more advanced aspects of singing and musical performance. By spending less time on the basics like pitching and timing, and instead dedicating more time to challenging areas like difficult phrases, pronunciation, and the emotional "feel" of the song, students can deepen their understanding and skills in Bollywood singing.
B.Com from University of Mumbai
Students will explore the following concepts throughout the course:
About the Teacher: Mugdha Hasabnis has an impressive experience of over 12 years of vocal training in Hindustani Classical music. She is certified with Upantya Visharad level in Opera (Western classical singing) at KM Music Conservatory (Chennai).
She has a professional performance experience of over 13 years as a playback singer and performer. She has sung in various Indian languages including Marathi, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, and Gujarati.
Mugdha has performed in an internationally televised Indian singing show. She has worked with prominent composers and has recorded vocals for film and non-film music. Mugdha has a professional teaching experience of over 10 years as a music teacher specialising in Hindustani classical, Light and Playback music.
She has been titled 'The Best Playback Singer - Female' by the Maharashtra State Government of India for “Kalokhaacha Rang” from the Marathi film “Ubuntu” (2017) and 'The Best Singer - Female (Non-Film)' by 'Kannada International Music Awards for “Endu Mugiyada” from the Kannada album “2way” (2013). She has also been in the top 14 finalists in an internationally televised Indian singing reality show – Sa Re Ga Ma Pa (2010).
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