Music programmes bring out new talent 

Music programmes bring out new talent 
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Ghantasala Venkateswara Rao Music and Dance College had a programme organised wherein two young girls Pragna and Keerthana were rendering film songs along with noted singers Satyavani, Rasool Babu and  Mohammad Khaza. It was a welcoming sight to see girls studying engineering, come forward and sing songs in public.  

Ghantasala Venkateswara Rao Music and Dance College had a programme organised wherein two young girls Pragna and Keerthana were rendering film songs along with noted singers Satyavani, Rasool Babu and Mohammad Khaza. It was a welcoming sight to see girls studying engineering, come forward and sing songs in public.

These two girls Keethana and Pragna thanked Mohammad Khaza, founder of Mayur orchestra for guiding them in a perfect manner to achieve their goals. In an interaction with our reporters the two singers share their experience. “I like music and have been learning classical music from Chivukula Lakshmi Narasimham for 13 years now,” said Pragna who rendered many beautiful Telugu songs.

Pragna is studying her 3rd year of B. Tech in Electronics computers and Electrical from Nova College of Engineering. When questioned about how she balances studies and singing, she replied saying that music is her passion and so she manages it without disturbance for her studies. Though singing is her passion at present she prefers to sing with limited and reputed orchestras.

Pragna is also interested in sports like badminton. She is a budding key board player as well. She expressed that it is her ambition to become a good singer and she gets the necessary encouragement from her parents Venkata Ramana and Padma Priya. Keerthana, studying B. tech in NRI Institute of Technology, likes to sing and she has been learning classical music since 2004.

She started learning music under the guidance of Ampolu Muralikrishna and later from Modumudi Sudhakar. She has given classical music concerts within the state. She said that after completion of her engineering, she would like to devote her time both for classical and orchestra. She said that she was inspired by Sudharani to join in this orchestra.

She expressed that the artiste will be comfortable if the organiser is good. She bagged many awards from Rotary, Kaladarsini and state level competitions. She said that she could not have come this far without the support of her parents Srinivas and Padmaja.

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