KM College of Music and Technology Presents Summer Programmes 2014 conducted in May and June, KM Summer Programmes offer aspiring musicians of all ages the chance to study for short periods of time at our newly built custom designed facility in the heart of Chennai.
Tailor made programmes for all levels of ability and all ages, everyone is certain to find something to suit their musical passion.
The courses on offer are:
- Electronic Music Production [5th May – 6th June],
- Audio Engineering [5th May – 6th June]
- Western Voice (A) [12th May – 28th May]
- Western Piano (A) [12th May – 28th May]
- Western Voice (B) [9th June – 27th June]
- Western Piano (B) [9th June – 27th June]
- Hindustani Voice (B) [9th June – 27th June] and
- Contemporary World-Music Ensemble [30th June-25th July].
Classes are conducted in group, one-on-one and workshop settings, with the aim of teaching new skills and honing old ones. Experienced musicians and professionals like Prithvi Chandresekar, Prem Kumar, Gilles Benizot, Brian Clark, Hratsjuhi Aramian, Shruti Jauhari, Anantha Krishnan and Adam Greig, will be teaching the classes.
About KM College of Music and Technology:
KM Music Conservatory (KMMC for short) is the first institution of its kind in India. We are a higher education institution established in 2008 by the A. R. Rahman Foundation. Situated in brand new, state-of-the-art facilities at the heart of Chennai’s film and music industry, we offer a range of part-time and full-time courses in Hindustani and Western classical music and music technology. Under the patronage of our esteemed founder, A. R. Rahman, we offer programmes to suit all ages and abilities.
For information regarding the courses, please contact Usha at 9840580525.