You must have grown up listening to his songs and fell in love with them all over again every time it began on your playlist. The musician who brought fame to the nation with his Grammy and Oscar A.R. Rahman is offering an amazing opportunity for the music enthusiasts to learn Western Vocals at his music academy as a part of the 10 day A.R. Rahman’s Western Vocals Workshop.
The A.R. Rahman’s Western Vocals Workshop was widely appreciated and received with great reverence by students in its previous editions and is back with yet another edition. The A.R. Rahman’s Western Vocals Workshop would be organized at the UB City, Concorde Towers from July 11, 2014 – July 20, 2014 would be organized in association with the I Love Mondays, in Bangalore.
As a part of the workshop the students would get to learn all about western vocal music, which would be taught through various techniques like vocal performance, creative musicianship and music theory. Headed by pioneers from the music industry, the A.R. Rahman’s Western Vocals Workshop would be the ideal platform to learn and explore the world of western music and shed away your inhibitions as the students would get to perform at in an informal setting at the end of the ten day workshop.
The workshop would have the best of faculty who are experienced musicians and academics from the UK and US, based at KM Music Conservatory, Chennai. Dr. Philip Taylor and Dr. Jimmy Bunch from KMMC. Apart from mastering the art of western vocal music, the students would also be provided insights into pursuing music at a higher education level along with getting them acquainted with the popular techniques for solo and ensemble performances.
The workshop is open for everyone irrespective of the presence of a previous exposure to western classical music. If you wish to be a part of the ten day A.R. Rahman’s Western Vocals Workshop, organized at the UB City, Concorde Towers, Vittal Mallya Road, Bengaluru then hurry and register now, lest you might repent having missed the opportunity to learn from the pioneers.