Trained in Carnatic, Hindustani, and Western Classical Music. Certified in Grade 8 Western vocals from Trinity College of London.
US $24 per class |
for 1-on-1, 45 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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Here is an opportunity for vocal music students to upgrade their vocal skills to match up to the popular and extremely melodious repertoire of Telugu film songs. Learn to use proper voice projection techniques to express the technicalities of the songs in the perfect manner. The course aims to develop the learner's abilities in musical aptitude and to gain confidence as a performer.
The course will help the student develop their unique voice tone, extend their voice range, work on different voice modulations, apply skills in Tollywood songs and other forms of popular music, learn the notation for each song, and work on the dynamics and expressions required for songs in various genres.
Understanding learners’ voices - Every voice is different. So is their ability to render different types of songs. Filmy songs use several techniques to render different songs. These songs require the singers to be versatile.
At the intermediate level, the difficulty level in terms of vocal techniques of the songs also increases. The melodic repertoire, emotiveness, and blend of different musical genres demand a far more agile voice. It can only be achieved through a very specific voice training regime that is appropriate to the voice type of the student.
Each student has a different voice type. The teacher of this course will identify the voice type by asking them to sing a couple of lines of a song in their natural voice. This helps the teacher to identify the voice type of the student and accordingly design an appropriate vocal training curriculum for the students.
Students of this course who have completed the beginner’s course by Triya Sushma - named - Learn to Sing Telugu Songs, will have crossed these assessment levels earlier on. However, it would be a mandatory ritual for every new student before they start their musical journey.
There will be some of the most popular songs learning which would be like a dream come true for many learners. But the list will be shared during the free meeting. The students can share their wishlist with the teacher as well but the teacher will be the best judge to approve the list of songs depending on the student’s learning abilities.
About the Teacher
Triya Sushma is a performer, professional playback singer, and online vocal coach with over 10 years of teaching experience. She is skilled in Carnatic, Hindustani, and Western Classical Music. She has worked with renowned film composers like Dr. A.R. Rahman, Harris Jayaraj, and others.
As a music teacher, Triya has 8+ years of experience in both online and offline teaching. She is passionate about sharing the joy of music with diverse groups of learners. Triya is also adept at planning and delivering music for dramas and plays.
In her professional work experience, Triya worked as a Software Engineer at HCL Technologies Ltd and Tata Consultancy Services before focusing on her music career.
Triya's educational background includes a Senior Diploma in Hindustani Classical Music, Grade 8 in Western Vocals from Trinity College London, and ongoing studies in B.Music (Carnatic) at Madras University. She has received tutelage in Carnatic Music, Western Classical vocals, and Hindustani Classical music from respected mentors.
Additionally, Triya participated in the Padutha Theeyaga reality show and has been part of various TV shows and nationwide singing competitions. She has also lent her vocals to feature films and jingles in Kollywood, Tollywood, and Bollywood.
Triya Sushma's dedication to music and her teaching expertise make her a highly motivated and enthusiastic music teacher, committed to passing on her passion for music to the younger generation.
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