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Rasa raaga Sudha 2014 – March 9th 2014 – Playback Singer Parthu’s workshop

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Rasa Raaga Sudha 2014 - TAAI Welcomes you to a new musical journey

Rasa Raaga Sudha 2014 – TAAI Welcomes you to a new musical journey

Melbourne, 3 January 2014: The Telugu Association of Australia (TAAI) is conducting a grand music workshop for aspiring singers of Melbourne with renowned playback singer and Music Director Parthasarathy (Parthu) between Feb 21st and March 8th, 2014.

  • Winner of First series of First reality show in AP, ‘Padutha Theeyaga’ conducted by legendary Dri S.P.Balasubramaniam.
  • More than 100 films songs for heroes like Chiranjeevi, Venkatesh, Kamalahasan, Jagapathibabu, Sreekanth etc.
  • Recorded more than 2000 private songs
  • First associate of Music Director Manisarma.
  • Composed music for 2 songs for legendary K.Viswanath’s National Award winning film Swarabhishekam
  • Enthralled the Telugu music lovers infive continenets across the globe
  • Performed live in USA< Europe, Australia, Middle East, and Africa with his own orchestra and also with legends like Sri SPB, Sri Mano, Smt S.P. Sailaja, Smt Malathi, etc.
  • First professional Telugu playback singer to person in African countries Botswana (2009 & 2011) and Nigeria (2009)
  • Parthu turned music direcetor with the film Nandeeswarudu and composing music for two more films

Salient features of Music workshop:

  • Training will be given to aspiring learners in
  • Light music (bhava Geethalu, Songs on Telugu Language and patriotic songs)
  • Film Songs
  • Semi classical (Annamacharya keerthanalu and Ramadass Keerthanalu etc)
  • A Musical event will be conducted at the end of the workshop with all the participants
  • Proper material (lyrics, original tracks and Karaoke Tracks) will be made available for the participants
  • parthu would like to create a professional opportunity for the best singers by releasing an exclusive album which will be recorded in his own recording theatre ‘keerthana Digital’ and could be marketed through ‘Keerthana Music’

Courtesy: The Telugu Association of Australia (TAAI)


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