Learn how read & sing!

Published: 27th March 2013 08:30 AM  |   Last Updated: 27th March 2013 08:30 AM   |  A+A-


The Hyderabad Western Music Foundation (HWMF) is announcing two music courses in April spanning four Saturdays. Both courses start on April 6 will go till 27. The classes will take place at the Shantiniketan Colony, 104, Mahendra Hills, East Marredpally, Secunderabad. To register or for more information, contact info@hydmusic.com or call 99122 01659, or log on to hydmusic.com.

* 7th Music Notation Reading Class (2pm - 4pm)

Classes will begin with rudiments of reading music with vocal practice during learning. Basics of harmony and rhythm will also be taught, with emphasis on vocal and harmony. Open to all those who are interested in music and singing.

Course fee: `1200 for eight classes, inclusive of study material (HWMF-members `900 )

Resource person: Joe Koster, music teacher, conductor of the Deccan Voices.

* Voice/Vocal-Workshop for Singers (4:15pm - 6:15pm)

How long should you practice for? How to sing different styles of music? Join to find out. Learn how to approach vocal learning systematically, and how to move towards a healthy singing voice.

Practical training for warming up the voice, and discussions on how much and how much to not sing. Add some simple songs to your repertoire, and discuss music from different eras. If you have a basic understanding of music theory (notation reading) and are experienced in singing (choir or solo, pop or classical) and would like to improve, then this is what you are looking for.

Course fee: `1500 for eight classes, inclusive of study material (HWMF-members `1200)

Resource person: Tejaswinee Kelkar, Associate diploma in Music theory and composition and vocalist.

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