Telugu Association in US launches music courses
Music courses have been launched for Indian-Americans by the Telugu Association of North America to preserve and propagate Telugu language and culture ...
Texas: Music courses have been launched for Indian-Americans by the Telugu Association of North America to preserve and propagate Telugu language and culture for future generations.
TANA has launched the music courses in association with Pottisreeramulu Telugu University.
"This is a significant milestone in the history of TANA that has always been striving to preserve and propagate Telugu language and culture for future generations," TANA president Mohan Nannapaneni said. Speaking at the music courses inauguration ceremony, TANA Ex-President and Chairman of the TANA-Pottisreeramulu Telugu University Music Courses, Prasad Thotakura said that the course is a golden opportunity for all the music enthusiasts who are learning Carnatic music in USA to get music certification from a reputed University in India. TANA’s Southwest Region Coordinator Rajesh Adusumilli and accomplished music teacher Meenakshi Anipindi were present at the launch of the courses.
After completion of two years of course work, examiners from the Telugu University will go to USA to conduct exams and provide University certifications.
Courses will be offered in all the major cities across USA and reputed music teacher Meenakshi Anipindi will be the USA Coordinator for these courses. More details about these course will be available on www.TANA.org website.