Melodiens Live


A musical orchestra evening by the singers of Melodiens Live delivered a great performance at the India Community Center at Milpitas on July 22, 2011. Sangeeta Rege, the founder of Melodiens,  Parminder Guri, and Kaumudee were at their musical best. Their superb singing talent was supported by 12 equally talented musicians.

The show was kicked off by famous Bollywood singer-composer Shankar Mahadevan, who joined the audience via Skype.  He began by announcing that Rege was joining the Shankar Mahadevan Academy as a teacher affiliate to teach voice culture. Rege is an exclusive trainer who can teach voice culture for various styles of music such as ghazals, Bollywood songs, bhajans, sufi music etc. She is also trained to teach Western style voice culture.Currently Rege is the only trainer in Bay area who can teach both Western and Indian styles of voice culture.

The performances began with the song “Dil Hai Chota Sa” from the film Roja, sung by a an all-girls’ group. The fresh new voices were lovely to hear. Rege’s students Rahul and Rohit also performed to well-deserved applause. Other students sang songs from  Arzian and Khwaja Mere Khwaja as a choir.The children impressed with their professionalism and talent. Songs like “Raat Ka Sama Jhume Chandrama,” “Itna To Yaad Hai Mujhe,”  “Kitna Pyara Wada,” “Dhalti Jaye Raat,” and “Tere Ghar Ke Saamne” have never before been sung in the Bay area, either on Karaoke or live.

Melodiens Live has been training singers for four years, and their strict quality control has delivered fantastic results.  For more info contact Sangeeta Rege at [email protected] .

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