Music Meléti is an online education platform which focuses on Music and Performing Arts education. We aggregate Music and Performing arts courses from all over the world on our platform. These courses could be full time/part time, online/offline, Certificate or diploma, Graduate or Post graduate degree or simply a hobby course.
We also offer curated courses which are instructor led and all the instructors are from Ivy league institutions. Ivy league as the term is oft used to refer to the premier institutions who are known to have top faculty with high level expertise, high academics and high social prestige. When we set out on this path we were fortunate enough to garner support from Ivy league professors/educators. Music Meléti hence offers curated programs with Ivy league faculty for music. These courses offered on Music Meléti are led by educators who have vast experience in teaching at the best Music Schools in the world.
Drummer Composer Educator
Born in Israel, Asaf started his professional career as a drummer in the late 80's and played with some of Israel's Jazz luminaries such as Harold Rubin and Alber Beger. A few years after the recording of his first solo album 'One Step Closer' Asaf relocated to the Netherlands, France and finally settled in London around 1999 where he soon became one of the most active jazz drummers around. During that time Asaf became a founder member of Gilad Atzmon's ‘Orient House Ensemble’ and started his long time collaborations with renowned saxophonist Tim Garland and pianist Gwilym Simcock. Asaf has been leading his own bands and projects such as 'Asaf Sirkis
Kathak Exponent and Theatre artist
This Lucknow born Kathak performer received her professional training under Guru Shishya Parampara from her mother, the famous Kathak dancer Smt. Savita Godbole, a sincere and hardworking disciple of the Kathak Doyen Guru Acharya Lacchu Maharaj of Lucknow Gharana. Astha started getting her lessons in Kathak dance at the tender age of five years. By her devotion, sincere efforts and the rigorous training imparted by her mother, shaped her into a promising young Artist. Astha started showing the spark from the eighth year of her age, where she gave her maiden stage performance at Bundelkhand Sangeet Samaroh, where she performed with her mother. Astha won the competition organized by the Prayag Sangeet Samiti at the All India Music Conference held at Allahabad in 1988. Besides winning the competition, she also won the hearts of the audience when she performed at the prize distribution ceremony. Since then, Astha has never looked back and got opportunities to demonstrate her talents by securing scholarships giving performances across local, national and international levels. After 15 years of Kathak training, Astha applied for a 3-year full-time training in Dramatics at the School Of Drama, Kala Academy, Goa under the guidance of the then Director School Mr Vasant Josalkar and teachers Mrs. Padmshree Josalkar and Afsar Hussain. The theatre element has made the dancing style of Astha different from others. It has Adakari (a speciality of Lucknow Gharana), Tayyari and strong Abhinaya. Some recent performances: ‘Horizon series’ by Indian council for cultural resources Regional centre Mumbai International Dance Congress Greece Lecture Demonstration *Lal Bahadur Shastri Centre for Indian Culture, under the Embassy of India in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. * Samarkand state University, Samarkand, Uzbekistan ‘Indian festival’ ‘Sirdariya’ regional festival, Uzbekistan Republic day function “ Embassy of India” Tashkent. Independence Day “Embassy of India“ Tashkent India Habitat Center New Delhi International Mothers conference New Delhi
Coach Jazz Guitar Performance/Educator
Professor Ben Sher is a veteran jazz guitarist performer/educator. He has five recordings on the BGI Records label. Tudo Ben and Me Leva Pro Brasil were the most popular and critically acclaimed and established Ben as one of the leaders of jazz guitarists focusing on Brazilian Jazz in the early 2000 years. After these were released Ben began touring, performing at clubs in Moscow, Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Japan, and in New York at well-known jazz clubs the Blue Note and the 55 Bar. Ben also created a program of studies in Brazilian Jazz at Berklee College of Music, which included two sections of Brazilian Guitar styles and a Brazilian Guitar Ensemble. Ben also has developed a course in the guitar styles of Pat Martino and Grant Green. As sideman Ben has performed and recorded for numerous artists in numerous styles. He appears to open two recordings on Knitting Factory Records with Matt Dariau’s ‘downtown jazz’ group Ball in the Jack. He toured Europe extensively with Broadway cabaret star Ute Lemper and has recorded tracks for a wide variety of artists including Todd Levin a protege of Phillip Glass, and Oswaldo Montenegro a Brazilian pop star. Ben is also the head of the Guitar Department at Kutztown University.
Coach Musical Theatre
Life as a singer, actor and ski instructor is what has kept Bryan challenged, solvent, and amused for many years. He has performed in Opera Houses around the UK and abroad, in Musicals in the West End, and appears regularly on TV, radio and recordings. He is a tenor among tenors, having sung with Luciano Pavarotti, Placido Domingo, Andrea Bocelli, Roberto Alagna, Josh Groban and Russell Watson, to namedrop a few.......... Trained at the Royal College of Music and at the Welsh College of Music and Drama, Bryan's early professional life comprised teaching singing around the country, whilst gaining performance experience in most of the genres associated with singers: opera, oratorio, concert, recital and Music Theatre. Bryan is happiest performing in Opera and Music Theatre, where his love of, and skills in singing, acting, dancing and language can be combined.
Kris Ramakrishna is a Swiss/Indian Guitarist, Educator, Composer and Arranger who strives to create music that has influences from diverse cultures of the world. He has studied music since age 5, most recently at Berklee College of Music with a focus in Jazz Composition and Mediterranean Music. Currently, Kris Ramakrishna lives in Valencia, Spain after attending Berklee Valencia for Contemporary Performance, and formulating a course based on aural/oral traditions from around the world. Chaitanya Natu is a Percussionist, Composer, Educator from India, his principal instrument is tabla. He has been learning it for the last 14 years. He was born in a musical family learning Indian classical music and his passion for playing the percussion was developed as he started listening to various sounds from nature and great maestros playing different instruments. He has completed a Master’s in Music (Contemporary Performance and Production Concentration) from Berklee College of Music 2021, Advanced Diploma in Music (specialization rhythm) from Bhartiya Vidyapeeth, Master of Music degree in “Tabla” from Gandharva Mahavidyalaya, India and on the academic side have earned Masters in Computer Applications from Pune University in 2019.
Coach Music Wellness
An international pianist and with ten released albums, Makiko Hirata is “Dr Pianist,” on a mission to promote the power of music to heal and unite us. She collaborates with neuroscientists to quantify the benefit of music and promote music as an overlooked social resource to enhance our individual and social well-being through speaking engagements, workshops and writing. She is a US-Japan Leadership Program Fellow. Dr Pianist has been offering workshops with music on various topics such as wellness and stress-management, team-building, leadership, and diversity/inclusion/equity. She has facilitated workshops for corporate clients, schools, and community groups. The hands-on engagements with music and music-related ideas open the ears and minds of the participants to the possibility of music as an enjoyable tool regardless of their musical backgrounds. Many of her clients look to her workshop when expanding their business internationally, to learn from the “universal language” to improve their communication skills beyond that of cultural and lingual boundaries. Dr Hirata has given recitals, lectures, concerto performances and outreach concerts in the Americas and Eurasia with ensembles and artists, such as the River Oaks Chamber Orchestra, the Pecs Hungarian Symphony Orchestra, conductor Leon Fleisher, and clarinettist David Krakauer. She has taught at New York University, Colburn Conservatory of Music, Rice University, and Lone Star College, and given masterclasses and lectures internationally.
Indian Classical Mohiniyattam Dance
Dance, academics, and home – these are the spheres Mythili inhabits. An ICCR Empanelled artist, undergoing advanced training under Guru Kalamandalam Kshemavathy and Guru Sadanam Balakrishnan, Mythili has also learnt briefly at Nalanda (Mumbai) and Shruthilaya and has had a long association with Dasyam, founded by Smt Gopika Varma as a student, instructor and performer. Her learning also took her to Natanakairali, where she underwent three phases of the Navarasasadhana workshop under Guru G Venu and learns the Desi Mohiniyattam repertoire from Guru Nirmala Panikker. Mythili received her doctorate from the Humanities and Social Sciences department of IIT Bombay under the guidance of the scholar and Hindustani music exponent Prof. Milind Malshe in ‘Semiotics of Mohiniyattam’. Mythili loves to experiment and is always full of ideas to dance to new texts and concepts without the limitations of language or religion. She has composed her own repertoire which includes Telugu compositions, selections from Kalidasa, and Sufi compositions in addition to the traditional pieces. ‘Moham’ is an institute in Hyderabad initiated by Mythili four years ago to promote the dance form of Mohiniyattam. She was felicitated by the Telangana Sangeet Natak Academy, last year for her efforts in teaching and performing the dance. Her book publications include Mohiniyattam, an Indian dance Tradition: A Language of Feminine Desire published by Shubhi publications, and an edited volume Scripting Dance in Contemporary India by Lexington Books. She has received some recognitions such as the Padmavathy Puraskar, and Yuva Kalaratna and Amrapali Award. Some highlights of her performances are her solos at India International Centre (Delhi), Nalanda Nrityotsav (Mumbai), SICA and Kalasaagaram (Hyderabad), the CORD annual conference in New Mexico and participation in the group productions of Dasyam, and in Sri Sadanam Balakrishnan’s production, ‘Radha-Madhavam.’ Mythili teaches courses relating to culture, arts and communication at the National Institutes of Design, in Ahmedabad, Kurukshetra and Bhopal. She also held the Tagore scholarship for cultural research from the Ministry of Culture, Government of India where she worked on the buried histories of the courtesans in Deccan during the Nizams’ period.
Coach Guitar- Composer - Arranger - Educator
Giorgio Serci is an award-winning guitarist, composer, arranger and lecturer. He has recorded, performed and supported Jools Holland, Shirley Bassey, Basia, David Garrett, Julian Lloyd Webber, Kenny Wheeler, Dr John, Martin Taylor, Sylvain Luc, Nigel Kennedy, Andy Sheppard, Paul Booth, Ryan Quigley, Bill Bruford, Paolo Fresu, Harvie S, CBS Orchestra, BBC Concert Orchestra and the Frankfurt Philharmonie amongst others. He has gained an MMus in Composition at Surrey University, and his music blends jazz, classical and world music with evocative melodies, world grooves and contemporary classical and jazz harmonies. Since 2001, he has been a performance Senior Lecturer and Fellow of the Academy of Contemporary Music in Guildford. He is a visiting professor at Guildhall School of Music and Drama and at the Royal Holloway University of London. He is a regular columnist for ‘Guitar Interactive Magazine’ and for Lick Library and gave several master classes in many conservatories around the world. He has recorded extensively as a bandleader as well as a sideman. Giorgio endorses Yamaha guitars, Acus and DV Mark amplifiers.
Yamaha Artist Jarred Dunn has performed internationally as a recitalist, chamber musician, and soloist with orchestras, including performances in Europe, North America, and Australia. Critics have described him as “a piano sound-colour magician” (Muzikos Barai, Vilnius), “evocative and mystical” (New York Classical Music Guide), “technically perfect” (Belarusian First Radio), and “a virtuoso with the most exquisite touch” (Freethought Today, Madison). He has been featured on the CBC, WQXR New York, Belarus First Radio in Minsk, and Freethought Radio-Television. Mr. Dunn won First Prize and Concerto Award at the 2018 Lithuanian International Chopin Competition and was a finalist/prizewinner in the 1st Jan Hofmann International Piano Competition in Kraków. He was featured on the CBC’s Top 30 Under 30: Hot Canadian Classical Musicians and This is My Music. He enjoys playing concertos with orchestras in Canada and abroad, most recently with Niagara, York, McGill, Etobicoke, Toronto Sinfonia, Vilnius Chamber, Toruń, NOSPR Katowice, Eurasian Chamber (Berlin), Budapest Chamber, and Belarus Radio-Television Symphonies. Mr. Dunn is described by Tonebase Piano as “a revered pedagogue.” He has given lectures and master classes at the Chopin University of Music, University of Silesia in Katowice, University of Puget Sound, MTNA Seattle, Queen’s University, Earl Haig Claude Watson Arts School, and RMT Associations across Canada (BC, Alberta, Yukon, Ontario). He has won many awards for his scholarly, pianistic, and pedagogical achievements. His research projects are funded by the FRQSC and by McGill University Schulich School of Music, where he teaches piano. His articles are published by the CMEA and Canadian Music Teacher journals. Of special importance to him was research at the former site of Auschwitz-Birkenau and music during the Holocaust, culminating in an article about Anita Lasker-Wallfisch (former cellist of the Auschwitz Women’s Orchestra). A double-graduate of the University of Toronto, he pursued professional studies at The Juilliard School with Jacob Lateiner and Yoheved Kaplinsky (with whom he studied in Aspen). While in New York, he continued his studies with Dorothy Taubman. He graduated with Distinction from the Karol Szymanowski Academy of Music (MM, Post-Grad Dip) where he studied with Anna Górecka (daughter of composer H.M. Górecki). He completed an Artist Diploma at the Feliks Nowowiejski Academy of Music in Bydgoszcz where he was a pupil of Katarzyna Popowa-Zydroń. He also worked extensively with Maria João-Pires.
A world-class vocalist with a 4-octave range, over her long career Jeannie Gagné has sung with the likes of Philip Glass, George Duke, Livingston Taylor, opened for Bare Naked Ladies, performed for NBC-TV with comedians Penn and Teller, Adriana Balic (Pink), toured with reggae legend Frankie Paul, and sings on movie soundtracks such as the feature film “Anima Mundi.” Jeannie has written two internationally acclaimed books on vocal technique, many articles, has a popular YouTube channel TheVocalGenie. She wrote and teaches the Berklee Online course Popular Singing Styles: Developing Your Sound.
Coach Corporate Team Building
TEDx Speaker, Songwriter, Fortune 500 Marketing Specialist, Bridge-Builder, Animal Rescuer... that’s Jeff. Having worked on projects with notables including Bryan Adams David, Rascal Flatts, Anderson Cooper, Harry Connick, Jr., and Loretta Lynn to name a few…Jeff understands what the best do to strive for perfection. His areas of expertise include employee training, organizational team-building, brand development, content creation, strategic alliances, and event programming. Jeff is a regular consultant to USA TODAY and Washington Post Best-Selling Business authors. On April 1, 2014 he took on the role of Director of Operations for the largest “No-Kill” dog rescue in Florida. After taking the reins here, this organization reached all time best metrics for a) lives saved in a year, b) reduction of (length of stay) by 33%, c) shrinking employee turnover by 75%.As a Writer, Jeff served as a Staff Songwriter for The Songs of Love Foundation. His song “Until That Day Comes” was the theme song on a TV show called “Rescue Ink”. In 2014 was commissioned to write the theme song for Red Cardinal Films release, “The Deadliest Vow.” His 6th CD, “7 Days,” is being used as a fund-raising tool for literacy groups and animal rescue organizations. He previously wrote a column, “The Art
Metal Guitar Coach
To those of you in guitar and metal circles, Joe Stump should need no introduction. The Shredlord has been raining down full throttle neo-classical/shred/speed metal since his debut Guitar Dominance was released over 27 years ago. He was named by Guitar One magazine as one of the top 10 fastest shredders of all time, by Guitar World as one of the 50 fastest players of all time, and by Guitarist magazine as one of the top 20 shredders of all time. He has appeared in countless guitar and metal-based publications, fanzines, and webzines worldwide. The American shred guitar legend has toured the world both as a solo artist and with metal bands Joe Stump’s Tower Of Babel, Joe Stump’s Reign Of Terror and Holyhell . Joe is also the guitarist in the legendary hard rock band Alcatrazz. The band relaunched and released its first record since 1986, the album Born Innocent went to
"I basically learned on the bandstand. I got called for these gigs that I shouldn't have taken, I suppose, looking back. People just proceeded to shout and scream at me, and that's how I learned. Piecing things together. So when I teach it's the same thing. A student walks in, I teach them the tune, and—bang—we're off. It's pretty much playing all the time. Once we get into it there's sheets and things like that, but it's mainly playing and then talking about concepts. To me, it's the best kind of learning. You learn fast." "I want them out there working and playing actively, the sooner the better. If they have problems, they can always come back to me with them. But my goal, more than showing them a lot of different stuff, is to get there out there so they can experience performing in a professional setting. I never think it's too soon to do that. You're never really ready. You've just got to dive in and hope for the best. You're going to sweat; you're going to get scared, but you don't learn if you're playing with people who are less than you. I've been thrust into situations—I don't even know how I got into them—that was way above me. But that kind of pulls you up. You sink or swim." "When I'm on the road, a lot of my students come to my gigs. We hang out; it's kind of loose. The great thing is that they're pretty flexible, so I can make up lessons at any time. Even twelve o'clock at night sometimes. It's crazy, but it works. Some want more structure, but some like the off-the-wall stuff."
Kris Adams began singing at an early age having grown up in a music-loving family. Her grandfather played the organ by ear and her mother played the piano. As a young teenager, Kris sang in a touring children’s theatre and had her first professional gigs at the age of 19 in Hartford, singing in a Latin-jazz band that the late saxophonist Tom Chapin was a member of. Kris left Hartford to attend Berklee College of Music and New England Conservatory. She released her first CD, “This Thing Called Love” in 1999 and her second, “Weaver of Dreams” in 2002. Both were collaborations with pianist/arranger, Steve Prosser. She recorded her third disc in 2013 (Jazzbird Records), “Longing” in collaboration with trumpeter/arranger, Greg Hopkins. Her latest and fourth release is “We Should Have Danced” and it features her lyrics, Steve Prosser’s music and Tim Ray’s arrangements for voice, flute, piano and bass. Kris has shared the stage with Joe Lovano, Wayne Escoffery, Lee Musiker, Cameron Brown, Billy Drummond, Bill Pierce, Harvie S, Jay Leonhart and Michelle Hendricks. She has performed and given clinics in New England, New York, Los Angeles, Brazil, Germany and Italy, recently, at the Fara Sabina Jazz Festival along side Jonathan Kreisberg, Kevin Hays, Rueben Rogers and Gregory Hutchinson. Kris currently teaches at Berklee and is the author of the book “Sing Your Way Through Theory” (Hal Leonard).
Linda Balliro, Voice teacher, vocal coach, speaker, presenter and author of “Being A Singer, the Art, Craft and Science.” Ms Balliro’s teaching and coaching skills have been forged over two decades as an Associate Professor of Voice at Berklee College of Music since 2014, Vienna Conservatory of Music from 2003-2006, and as a private voice teacher and vocal coach, in Boston and globally via remote teaching, since 2007. Ms. Balliro has successfully trained professional touring artists, college students, young professionals, recreational singers, kids and teens, teaching singers how to sing, rather than what to sing! She is particularly recognized for her skills in training singers to mix, extend their range to sing great high notes, eliminate the difficulty in transitioning from chest to head voice or to extended high notes. After graduating from New England Conservatory of Music in Boston with a B.M. in Vocal Performance, she pursued a singing career in Europe, where she studied with several high-level teachers at opera houses in Budapest and Vienna, performing in opera, concerts and recitals throughout Central Europe for over a decade. With more than twenty years of experience mentoring voice teachers from four different countries, pianists, vocal coaches, music directors, and conductors, Ms Balliro began teaching voice lessons and singing coaching in Austria at the Vienna Conservatory. Now, after almost 20 years of performing, and 20 years of voice teaching, Ms Balliro is developing online singing courses using the latest technology for the ultimate blended learning experience for singers.
I am a freelancer Delhi-based actor, theater director, and workshop conductor. I have participated in many forms of theatre and performances like Street Plays, Dance, Proscenium Theatre, Puppets, Playback Theatre, etc. I consider myself lucky to have worked with very eminent theatre directors of our country and learned a lot. Among them are Kapil Dev, Rajeev Gaur Singh, Shorupa Ghosh, Astad Deboo, Dadi Padamji, Dilip Shankar, Varun Narayan, Mrinalini, Puneeta Roy, Kiran Deep Sharma, and V.K. Sharma, Nilambri Chintamani. I was associated with Astad Deboo as a dancer, since 2008 and worked with him till 2013. Traveled across the world as a performer with his troupe. From 2009 to 2012 I worked with a Delhi-based NGO Kid Powered Media and directed all their plays and short education movies, I also conducted theater workshops for a Delhi-based Dramebaaz. co. and Save The Children Delhi. I am also working with kids of Salaam Baalak Trust an NGO for Street and Working children in Delhi. In 2015, 2016 and 2017, 2018, 2019 independently directed Salaam Baalak Trust (SBT) annual play “Mast Maula” "Anokha Safar" "Sheroes" "Street Dreams" and "Apne Paraye" Represented India in an International Festival named Home/Away organized by the National Theatre of Scotland in Glasgow, United Kingdom under The Yuva Ekta Foundation. Also done few mainstream Bollywood films namely, Road to Ladakh, Oye Lucky Lucky Oye, Bhaag Milkha Bhaag, Murari The Mad Gentleman, Pahar Ganj, Ek Battey Do, Batti Gul Meter Chalu, Saand Ki Aankh, a short film Monu The Seeker, and a Web Series of Netflix Delhi Crime. Presently working in Kingdom of Dreams since 2012 as an actor in a Bollywood musical production named Jhumroo.
Paul Harris is one of the UK’s most influential music educationalists. He studied the clarinet at the Royal Academy of Music, where he won the August Manns Prize for outstanding performance in clarinet playing and where he now teaches. He is in great demand as a teacher, composer, and writer (he has written over 600 books); and his inspirational masterclasses and workshops continue to influence thousands of young musicians and teachers all over the world in both the principles and practice of musical performance and education.
Indian Classical Coach Odissi
Puspita Mishra, a fair spritely damsel is Odisha's pride in the indigenous Odissi dance which has now assumed an international status. Her devotion to this complex form of dance and choreographic intricacies is something spectacular and ingenious. Being widely acclaimed in the State and outside, Puspita emerges as a rare artist who blends rhythmic grace and symphony in her dance that keeps the audience in thrall. The spectator is led to believe that Puspita in her dance is veritably an animated sculpture on the walls of Konark temple that set the rhythm, melody and tenderness in one composite tune. Her intricate footwork, her graceful karanas and charis, her hand gestures and mudras, besides the expression of her eyes simply usher the viewer into a world of beauty in gay abandon. She has Mastered Odissi dance from the age of 3 years since 1974 under the able guidance of Padmashree Guru Pankaj charan Das. Three of her students are now B grade artist of Bhubaneswar DDK, Two students have got Sr scholarship from the Ministry of Culture. recent performances include an invitation by Pt Birju Maharaj to Basant Mahotsav at Kamani auditorium, New Delhi, Other important festivals include IITF, Suraj Kund Mela.Apna Utsav, Narada gana Sabha, Puri Beach Festival , Ghungroo Festival. International kite festival Mamallapuram dance festival Gandhi Jayanti Celebrations for Baal Bhavan, India festival in Indonesia, Srilanka, Lisbon, Castello Branco. Porto , Tomar. and Goa kala Akademi,Performances for Central Sangeet Natak Akademi, SNA of Karnataka, SNA of West Bengal,SNA Odisha and SNA Assam, Horizon series by ICCR and demo lectures by India international Rural Cultural centre. She attended as a visiting faculty to Lisbon University on Odissi dance.
Coach Classical Guitar
Sanel Redžić - a classical guitarist, sound engineer and the teacher are one of the most virtuosic and enthusiastic musicians of his generation. Known for his varied repertoire and lively performances, he is quickly becoming one of the most important figures on the international scene. Born on July, 25th 1988 in Tuzla, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Mr Redžić started to play the guitar at age of eight under the tutelage of Predrag Stanković with whom he later finished secondary music school in 2007 with the highest marks. He then continued his Diploma, Master and Konzertexamen studies at the Hochschule für Musik “Franz Liszt” in Weimar under Thomas Müller-Pering and Ricardo Gallen. Mr Redžić has achieved a lot of success in competitions; winning top prizes in Tokyo, Tychy, the “Forum Gitarre Wien”, Changsha, Markneukirchen, "Parkening" guitar competition in Malibu, “Anna Amalia” Weimar, “Andres Segovia” Velbert, Kutna Hora, “Guitar Mania” in Lisbon, Iserlohn, "Fernando Sor" in Rome, "Emilio Pujol" in Sassari and the “Guitar Art Festival” in Belgrade. He is also frequently invited as a jury member at competitions and gives regular masterclasses. A sought-after concert artist, Mr Redžić has performed around the globe to date as a soloist, together with other musicians like violinists, cellists, accordionists, singers, harp players or other guitarists. His concert tours brought him to the countries such as Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Croatia, Hungary, Slovenia, Bulgaria, Poland, the Czech Republic, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, the Netherlands, Belgium, Spain, Portugal, France, Italy, Greece, Cyprus, Russia, Mexico, Chile, India, China, Japan and the USA. A number of these concerts took place in famous concert halls such as the Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Tokyo Bunka Kaikan Recital Hall, Yamaha Concert Hall und Hakuju Concert Hall Tokyo, Carl-Orff-Saal in Gasteig in München, International House of Music Moscow, Smetana Hall in Prague, National Philharmonic of Ukraine, Kolarac Hall Belgrade, Philharmonic Hall Paul Constantinescu Ploiesti and many others. He is also a frequent soloist with various orchestras worldwide and has received high praise for his performances from both critics and audiences alike. Composers like Dušan Bogdanović, Konstantin Vassiliev, Vojislav Ivanović and Jan Depreter dedicated music to Mr Redžić. Since 2015 is Mr Redžić active as a sound engineer as well. He is frequently recording CDs and videos for himself and other musicians. His transcriptions of baroque music, especially of music by Johann Sebastian Bach are becoming very popular among classical guitarists. Mr Redžić has recorded several CDs that were published for Gramofon Sarajevo, Central German Radio (MDR), Multimedia Music and KSG Exaudio. Additionally, he has appeared in numerous radio and television productions. For years Mr Redžić is also a successful teacher and he is currently teaching at the Hochschule für Musik "Franz Liszt" in Weimar, at the University in Erfurt and at the University in Osijek and since 2016 he is organizing his own Summer guitar academy "PrSt" in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Sarosh Izedyar - has accompanied musical legends at concerts in India and abroad : Farhan Akhtar (2013 onwards), Shankar Mahadevan (2007 onwards), Shaan (2004 onwards), Asha Bhosle (1998 to 2006) Dr. L Subramaniam (1999 to 2003) Trilok Gurtu (2001 to 2004), also featuring on 2 of his albums. - has performed with reputed international musicians like guitarists Larry Coryell and Jorge Strunz, drummer Billy Cobham, violinists Dr. L Subramaniam, - member of the rock band One Night Stand which specialises in classic rock, especially Dire Straits and Pink Floyd, - teaching experience of over 25 years - instrumental, rock and bollywood songs
Sergio Martinez is a percussionist, drummer, composer, arranger and educator born in Madrid, Spain 1977 Some of his collaborations as a performer and recording artist include top musicians from the international scene in different styles such as Paul Simon, Al di Meola, Ruben Blades, Diego el Cigala, Niña Pastori, Diego del Morao, Jorge Pardo, John Patitucci, Danilo Perez, Terri Lyne Carrington, Brian Blades, Eric Harland or Jamey Haddad to name a few. Sergio's dedication to sharing and teaching is a mission, bypassing the legacy of what other masters previously gave him. He is deeply committed to music and to make the world a better place through it. Sergio studied with several percussion masters in Madrid (Neo Percussion and Taller de Músicos), and taught himself how to play Flamenco Cajon while touring internationally for more than 25 years in some of the most important theatres and festivals around the world. He is a Berklee College of Music Alumni with a Bachelor's degree from Berklee Global Jazz Institute at Berklee College of Music in Boston and a Masters Degree in Performance from Berklee Valencia. Sergio is an Assistant Professor at Berklee College of Music Valencia Campus and he is also involved in forming students through social projects locally and internationally)
Odissi Dance Coach
Vrinda Chadha is a senior disciple of renowned Odissi dance exponent Guru Ranjana Gauhar (Padmashri). Vrinda has trained under her for the last 19 years and is a professional Odissi performing artist, repertoire member
Music Meléti brings together under one platform all the undergraduate, graduate, postgraduate and hobby courses in Music and performing arts. These courses are available across the world and are led by very highly esteemed faculty. Many Ivy league faculty for music and performing arts teach in these college’s across the world. Music Meléti also brings to all curated courses which are lead by Ivy league faculty for Music and Performing Arts. These curated courses are led by Ivy League faculty for Music and Performing Arts.
Ivy league as the term is oft used to refer to the premier institutions who are known to have top faculty with high level expertise, high academics and high social prestige. Music Meléti has top Ivy league faculty for music and also extremely highly acclaimed faculty for performing arts who will deliver the curated courses.
Yes, all the Ivy league faculty for Music are based across the world and would be taking sessions online.
The Ivy leagues faculty will be taking live sessions and will do as per the prescribed schedule available through Music Meléti.
Some of the top Music schools in the world are based across the globe. Berkley School, Trinity Laban, CalArts are some to name.