Artist-Composer Vinod Krishnan Now Ventures into Online Carnatic Classes
(prsubmissionsite) 30/06/20 Singer-Composer Vinod Krishnan launches his new online streaming on-demand learning program to help aspiring artists learn Carnatic music in the comfort of their own homes. The first course is now available to enroll! The program is for beginners and intermediate learners to explore different theoretical and practical concepts of Carnatic music and learn at their own pace.
From Shape of You Carnatic Mix to a romantic melody Kaalai Pozhudhil, Vinod has won the hearts of aspiring artists and general audiences with his music, creative compositions, and performances. He has been teaching students for many years now and is now venturing into making his classes accessible and flexible.
“Every course in this program will include guided descriptive videos, practice support notes, assignments, and feedback from my team, to help you learn effectively,” says Vinod. The course enables the students to ask questions, engage with other students in discussion forums, and watch videos as many times as you want – until they ace the lessons! “Whether you enroll yourself or children, you set your own pace – with multiple ways to subscribe and access these lessons, learn when and where you want,” adds Vinod who has curated this holistic ecosystem of learning videos, assignments, discussions, and feedback enables you to learn and progress at your pace.
The introductory course available currently aims to establish the two most fundamental aspects of singing – pitch and rhythm. Students will learn basic note patterns and how to sing them in multiple contexts. These contexts are designed to strengthen not just their understanding and skill, but also their voice. Practice notes are provided to support learning, special challenge lessons will push students’ capabilities, and create interest to come back and learn more.
About Vinod Krishnan:
Vinod has performed with India’s top musicians like Shankar Mahadevan, Vijay Prakash, Ghatam Karthick, to name a few. Trained in Indian classical music and piano, his work explores taking Indian classical music to newer audiences and bringing world music together. His work has been featured frequently on BBC, Rolling Stone, The Hindu, Indian Express, Times of India, Deccan Chronicle, Score, Film Companion, among many other major Indian and international newspapers, magazines, and radio stations.