Harshavardhana Rao Perumalla

Himayatnagar Vivek nagar, Hyderabad, India - 500020

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Harshavardhana Rao Perumalla

Music Composer

Himayatnagar Vivek nagar, Hyderabad, India - 500020.

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I am a musician since the age of 10. I've learnt Carnatic music when I was a child and learnt western classical music in guitar till grade 7 as of now. Planning for next grade in the coming year. I am running a home tutor from five years.
I follow Trinity College London Syllabus and send insterested students to give their grade examinations. Basics cover up most of the staff reading techniques, when you progress in the class, I'll train from basics to advance. Irrespective of the fields.

Languages Spoken

Telugu

English

Hindi

Education

JNTU 2013

Bachelor of Computer Science (B.Sc. (Computer Science))

Trinity college London 2018

Grade 3

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Himayatnagar Vivek nagar, Hyderabad, India - 500020

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Guitar Classes Overview

Guitar Classes

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Guitar Classes

5

Genre of guitars taught

Acoustic, Classical

Age groups catered to

Above 25 yrs, 10 yrs to 25 yrs, Below 10 yrs

Demo classes provided

Yes

Type of classes

Individual classes, Group classes

Music genres taught

Rock & Roll, Western Classical, Indian classical, Indian Film music

Outcomes catered to

Learn to play as an accompaniment to singing, Learn basics of playing a guitar, Formal training to earn certification for a particular music grade level, Learn specific skills: Plucking, Chord progression etc, Learn a specific song

Ownership of equipment is compulsory

Yes

Teaching Experience in detail in Guitar Classes

I believe music learning isn't easy if you aren't coming from a music family. My teaching is completely based on the Theory Music which actually helps everyone to adapt the skill for all instruments. Gradually, after mastering the lessons using Theory and normal songs/pieces, I'll make the student to gain their ear knowledge to catch the exact pitch. I've taught 150+ students as of date who're mostly non musicians and are happily enjoying their music journey now. I teach Staff reading, Notation writing, Music Theory, Guitar, Piano, Music production and Lyric writing,

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My student playing home work

Performing in HiTex - Hyderaba...

2015 31st night

Reviews (4)

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5.0 out of 5.0 4 reviews

5.0/54
J
20 Dec, 2018

Jahnavi attended Guitar

"He teaches in a very good and understanding way. A very friendly sir. He makes guitar a more interesting instrument. "

H
20 Sep, 2016

Harsha Vardhan attended singing

"He is very sweet , easily approachable , invents various new lucid methods of teaching , flexible with timings . Any time he is just a message away to clear any doubts "

S
16 Jan, 2016

Sreenaga Modukuri attended Guitar

"Great artist and friendly guy at teaching. It'll b lyk a hangout rather than a class "

H
15 Jan, 2016

Harsha Vardhan attended Guitar

"Harsha is a young amateur guitarist who is also a good music composer . His music is naive and fresh and its straight from his soul . I also call him a music yogi as he is full time dedicated to music and he is very sweet person to interact with and has enormous patience and interest to teach and discuss music . so I recommend him to others and rate him as very good teacher "

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Lessons (1)

Focus

So, forget if you're from a music family or not. If you're learning an instument, all you need is to focus, have patience, maintain timing and small effort for a beautiful output. Focus - to understand...

22/09/2016
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Answers by Harshavardhana Rao (20)

Answered on 22/03/2017 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar

For an average of 8 classes, the fee would be Rs. 3000. If you opt for a home tutor, the number gets doubled or increases to one and a half value. Completely depends on the tutor. If he's a grade player, the number surely increases. Grade players are professionals. One should learn under their guidance,... ...more
For an average of 8 classes, the fee would be Rs. 3000. If you opt for a home tutor, the number gets doubled or increases to one and a half value. Completely depends on the tutor. If he's a grade player, the number surely increases. Grade players are professionals. One should learn under their guidance, is what I suggest then only one can grasp the knowledge in a right way. I hope this helps, cheers.
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Answered on 28/11/2016 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Indian Film music

Usually it is preferred to buy Yamaha F310, however as the prices are increasing and if F310 doesn't come into your budget, go for Havana or Fiesta or UK. Again, these brands are not mandatory to buy. Everyone has their own choice of selection of Sound that comes from a Sound Hole when the brands are... ...more
Usually it is preferred to buy Yamaha F310, however as the prices are increasing and if F310 doesn't come into your budget, go for Havana or Fiesta or UK. Again, these brands are not mandatory to buy. Everyone has their own choice of selection of Sound that comes from a Sound Hole when the brands are changed. Warm tone guitar should do, cheers :)
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Answered on 26/10/2016 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Indian Film music

Its quite easy. If you see at our childhood days, we used to have lot of time to categorize everything and play at regular intervals and still we used to have extra time left at the end of the day. But now, we find the same stuff tough. Time management. Just every day you take time to play cricket/volley... ...more
Its quite easy. If you see at our childhood days, we used to have lot of time to categorize everything and play at regular intervals and still we used to have extra time left at the end of the day. But now, we find the same stuff tough. Time management. Just every day you take time to play cricket/volley ball whatever sport it is, TAKE 60 MINUTES FROM YOUR DAILY ROUTINE FOR GUITAR PRACTICE. It's as simple as that. Daily, one hour of practice is enough to complete the basics at the earliest. There's nothing here to make things complicate. Believe me, if you're attached to your instrument, no other sport can give that pleasure where your instrument gives you while playing music. That's why they say, its DIVINE. Cheers :)
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Answered on 17/10/2016 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar

Hi, well I never felt any pain at the initial stage. May be I was under the right guidance. So all you need to do is, make yourself comfortable with the instrument first. Always sit still, your back bone should be errect enough while playing the guitar. Never rest your back bone. Although your guitar... ...more
Hi, well I never felt any pain at the initial stage. May be I was under the right guidance. So all you need to do is, make yourself comfortable with the instrument first. Always sit still, your back bone should be errect enough while playing the guitar. Never rest your back bone. Although your guitar will be touching your chest so you can feel the instrument while playing. I guess you're resting your left hand on your lap. This brings pain to your arm. You should never rest it on your lap, reason - you can't move your wrist and fingers easily over fret board while playing. Check, how spanish guitar players sit and play guitar. Don't follow the exact pattern however it gives you an idea on how to hold it and you can avoid bringing pain to your left hand as well. I hope my way of approach and my examples help you in learning the instrument. Cheers \m/
Answers 33 Comments
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Answered on 23/09/2016 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Indian Film music

Yes, you can. Check your style of interest in music and search for it to listen. There are many genres and styles both in western and Indian music. I'm sure if a songs hits you hard, it can drive you crazy for years. Music has endless emotions to express and it's a medium that anybody can connect to...
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Guitar Classes 5.0

Class Location

Student's Home

Tutor's Home

Online (video chat via skype, google hangout etc)

Years of Experience in Guitar Classes

5

Genre of guitars taught

Acoustic, Classical

Age groups catered to

Above 25 yrs, 10 yrs to 25 yrs, Below 10 yrs

Demo classes provided

Yes

Type of classes

Individual classes, Group classes

Music genres taught

Rock & Roll, Western Classical, Indian classical, Indian Film music

Outcomes catered to

Learn to play as an accompaniment to singing, Learn basics of playing a guitar, Formal training to earn certification for a particular music grade level, Learn specific skills: Plucking, Chord progression etc, Learn a specific song

Ownership of equipment is compulsory

Yes

Teaching Experience in detail in Guitar Classes

I believe music learning isn't easy if you aren't coming from a music family. My teaching is completely based on the Theory Music which actually helps everyone to adapt the skill for all instruments. Gradually, after mastering the lessons using Theory and normal songs/pieces, I'll make the student to gain their ear knowledge to catch the exact pitch. I've taught 150+ students as of date who're mostly non musicians and are happily enjoying their music journey now. I teach Staff reading, Notation writing, Music Theory, Guitar, Piano, Music production and Lyric writing,

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5.0 out of 5.0 4 reviews

J
20 Dec, 2018

Jahnavi attended Guitar

"He teaches in a very good and understanding way. A very friendly sir. He makes guitar a more interesting instrument. "

H
20 Sep, 2016

Harsha Vardhan attended singing

"He is very sweet , easily approachable , invents various new lucid methods of teaching , flexible with timings . Any time he is just a message away to clear any doubts "

S
16 Jan, 2016

Sreenaga Modukuri attended Guitar

"Great artist and friendly guy at teaching. It'll b lyk a hangout rather than a class "

H
15 Jan, 2016

Harsha Vardhan attended Guitar

"Harsha is a young amateur guitarist who is also a good music composer . His music is naive and fresh and its straight from his soul . I also call him a music yogi as he is full time dedicated to music and he is very sweet person to interact with and has enormous patience and interest to teach and discuss music . so I recommend him to others and rate him as very good teacher "

Have you attended any class with Harshavardhana Rao ? Write a Review

Answers by Harshavardhana Rao (20)

Answered on 22/03/2017 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar

For an average of 8 classes, the fee would be Rs. 3000. If you opt for a home tutor, the number gets doubled or increases to one and a half value. Completely depends on the tutor. If he's a grade player, the number surely increases. Grade players are professionals. One should learn under their guidance,... ...more
For an average of 8 classes, the fee would be Rs. 3000. If you opt for a home tutor, the number gets doubled or increases to one and a half value. Completely depends on the tutor. If he's a grade player, the number surely increases. Grade players are professionals. One should learn under their guidance, is what I suggest then only one can grasp the knowledge in a right way. I hope this helps, cheers.
Answers 97 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 28/11/2016 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Indian Film music

Usually it is preferred to buy Yamaha F310, however as the prices are increasing and if F310 doesn't come into your budget, go for Havana or Fiesta or UK. Again, these brands are not mandatory to buy. Everyone has their own choice of selection of Sound that comes from a Sound Hole when the brands are... ...more
Usually it is preferred to buy Yamaha F310, however as the prices are increasing and if F310 doesn't come into your budget, go for Havana or Fiesta or UK. Again, these brands are not mandatory to buy. Everyone has their own choice of selection of Sound that comes from a Sound Hole when the brands are changed. Warm tone guitar should do, cheers :)
Answers 33 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 26/10/2016 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Indian Film music

Its quite easy. If you see at our childhood days, we used to have lot of time to categorize everything and play at regular intervals and still we used to have extra time left at the end of the day. But now, we find the same stuff tough. Time management. Just every day you take time to play cricket/volley... ...more
Its quite easy. If you see at our childhood days, we used to have lot of time to categorize everything and play at regular intervals and still we used to have extra time left at the end of the day. But now, we find the same stuff tough. Time management. Just every day you take time to play cricket/volley ball whatever sport it is, TAKE 60 MINUTES FROM YOUR DAILY ROUTINE FOR GUITAR PRACTICE. It's as simple as that. Daily, one hour of practice is enough to complete the basics at the earliest. There's nothing here to make things complicate. Believe me, if you're attached to your instrument, no other sport can give that pleasure where your instrument gives you while playing music. That's why they say, its DIVINE. Cheers :)
Answers 30 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 17/10/2016 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar

Hi, well I never felt any pain at the initial stage. May be I was under the right guidance. So all you need to do is, make yourself comfortable with the instrument first. Always sit still, your back bone should be errect enough while playing the guitar. Never rest your back bone. Although your guitar... ...more
Hi, well I never felt any pain at the initial stage. May be I was under the right guidance. So all you need to do is, make yourself comfortable with the instrument first. Always sit still, your back bone should be errect enough while playing the guitar. Never rest your back bone. Although your guitar will be touching your chest so you can feel the instrument while playing. I guess you're resting your left hand on your lap. This brings pain to your arm. You should never rest it on your lap, reason - you can't move your wrist and fingers easily over fret board while playing. Check, how spanish guitar players sit and play guitar. Don't follow the exact pattern however it gives you an idea on how to hold it and you can avoid bringing pain to your left hand as well. I hope my way of approach and my examples help you in learning the instrument. Cheers \m/
Answers 33 Comments
Dislike Bookmark

Answered on 23/09/2016 Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar Music/Instrumental Music/Guitar/Indian Film music

Yes, you can. Check your style of interest in music and search for it to listen. There are many genres and styles both in western and Indian music. I'm sure if a songs hits you hard, it can drive you crazy for years. Music has endless emotions to express and it's a medium that anybody can connect to...
Answers 6 Comments
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Lessons (1)

Focus

So, forget if you're from a music family or not. If you're learning an instument, all you need is to focus, have patience, maintain timing and small effort for a beautiful output. Focus - to understand...

22/09/2016
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Harshavardhana Rao Perumalla describes himself as Music Composer. He conducts classes in Guitar. Harshavardhana Rao is located in Himayatnagar Vivek nagar, Hyderabad. Harshavardhana Rao takes at students Home, Regular Classes- at his Home and Online Classes- via online medium. He has 5 years of teaching experience . Harshavardhana Rao has completed Bachelor of Computer Science (B.Sc. (Computer Science)) from JNTU in 2013. HeĀ is well versed in Telugu, English and Hindi. Harshavardhana Rao has got 4 reviews till now with 100% positive feedback.

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