Sung in movies like No One Killed Jessica, Umar, Udaan, etc. A jury on Zee TV's Sa Re Ga Ma Pa Little Champs show, 2007.
US $30 per class |
for 1-on-1, 45 mins class
Recommended: 1 class per week | 12-16 weeks to level up
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This is an online, live, 1-on-1 beginner course in Hindustani classical singing. Taught over the duration of 24 weeks in the form of weekly 45 minute sessions, this all-level crash course focuses on Hindustani music and semi-classical music training when it comes to the genres of Bollywood music and Playback music. This course for beginners, intermediates and advanced students will be taught by the Shriram Iyer Music Academy. Students will learn how to sing different permutations and combinations of Sargam, how to add soul and emotions to classical songs, the influence of Hindustani music. This music academy includes Shriram Iyer himself and his trained instructors who will be making sure to guide you on every step of your musical journey as a student.
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This all-level Hindustani classical singing course is designed for beginner, intermediate and advanced students. The 24-week detailed course is designed for those interested in learning the fundamentals of Hindustani classical singing. The enrolled students will learn how to recognize their own scale, pitch, and pace for any song they choose to sing in this course's curriculum. The instructor will also make certain that you gain knowledge of which songs will fit you and which will not, you will learn how to flex your vocal cords with some basic exercises in 4 sessions, learn 8 ragas with Sargam geet & Bandish in the next 8 sessions, learn how to improvise on your own in the remaining 12 sessions and those students who are interested can also learn film songs based on ragas. Aside from that, registered students will be taught cost-effective ways to record their own singing in the best possible way and deliver the chosen song/cover in the best possible way. At the successful completion of the weekly lessons, students will be able to sing and understand advanced, complex concepts and ragas of Hindustani classical music.
About The Shriram Iyer Music Academy: This course will be taught by the Shriram Iyer Music Academy - which represents Bollywood playback singer Shriram Iyer and his academy of music teachers who will be teaching the students who sign up for this course but these lessons will be monitored and examined in close detail by the playback singer himself. Founded in the year 2010 by Bollywood playback singer and mentor Shriram Iyer, The Shriram Iyer Music Academy focuses on nurturing upcoming vocal talent in various genres of Indian music like Indian classical, semi-classical, Bollywood, Sufi, and fusion music. The two instructors who would be teaching on ipassio from the Academy would be Vibha Kale and Nilesh. Nilesh is an Indian Singer, received his classical training from the late Pandit Shivananda Patil. Nilesh loves teaching music and performs in private shows as a hobby. Nilesh is a working executive and passionately dedicates his time to teaching light classical music.
Nilesh belongs to a musical family and is a father of 2 grown-up kids, both pursuing full-time careers in music under Nilesh’s guidance. Nilesh has performed live with Shriram Iyer on numerous occasions all over the world. Vibha’s earlier professional direction was law. But she decided to quit her profession as a lawyer and pursue music. She is a stage artist and has been performing regularly for events and concept shows for over 5 years. She is a faculty at prominent Bollywood Singer, Shriram Iyer's Music Academy, and has actively been teaching students all across the globe. She also has a Youtube channel of her own. Students who are enrolling in the Shriram Music Academy can expect an immersive online, live, 1-on-1 learning experience with this singing academy where its faculty will solely focus on their vocal talent and how to boost it to the maximum. These online classes will be taken by Shriram as well as experienced teachers who have been personally mentored by him. While signing up and opting for the free meeting sessions, students are requested to submit a video recording of themselves singing so that the faculty could derive the level at which they are and where they could improve. This would help as the instructors would be accordingly assigned.
About Shriram Iyer: Multilingual singer and performer Shriram Iyer began his career in 1998. He specializes in modern concepts and is known for his unique ability to blend various genres of music. Well-versed in Classical, Bollywood, Sufi, and Fusion, Iyer’s command of the many musical genres has led him to a place of notoriety within the musical community. Iyer has performed playback singing for films including ‘IQBAL’, ‘Umar’, ‘Udaan’, ‘No One Killed Jessica’, ‘Shor in the City’, and more. The seasoned singer has also composed and sung title tracks for many serials including ‘Shaabaash India’, ‘Titan Antakshari’, ‘Hero Honda Sa Re Ga Ma Pa, Lil Champs’ & ‘Rock N Roll Family’ for the Indian media and entertainment conglomerate Zee TV, and also ‘Zinda Dil’ for the Indian channel Zee Next. Times Music launched Iyer’s album ‘OM- a fusion’ which has since been nominated for the Sangeet awards held in San Francisco. Recently in March 2020, Shriram Iyer has started shooting as Jury for ‘Sa Re Ga Ma Pa, Lil Champs’ - a musical reality show on Zee TV.
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Has a unique learning style
Is at a different learning stage
Has a different voice texture, tonal quality and intonation
Has a different understanding of rhythm and melody
Has different breathing capabilities
And a different GOAL!
Traditionally, Hindu Hindustani classical music practitioners are referred to as Pandit and Muslim practitioners as Ustad. Religious neutrality has been an essential aspect of Hindustani music since Sufi times; this is why Ustads could sing compositions in praise of Hindu deities and vice versa.