Mirra Fine Arts is founded and run by Radha Vijayan since the
year 2000. He teaches various courses in music according to
the tastes and talents of the students. Some of the popular
music artistes in Singapore are trained by Radha Vijayan. The
School offers courses mainly in Guitar and Electronic
Mirra Fine Arts is well recognized in Singapore for offering courses in Western and Indian music on the Electronic Keyboard and Guitar, as well as coaching students for the examinations conducted by Trinity College of Music, London and ABRSM (Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music).
At Mirra, we truly believe in the power of music eduation. See this if you would like to know more about how music will enable your children to do well in school and life! - With Courtesy and Thanks to Fender
Shri. M.S. Viswanathan fondly called, as “Mellisai Mannar” meaning “The King of Light Music” or simply “MSV” is the only Film Music Composer to have composed incredible music for more than 1,740 movies, which besides Tamil include Telugu, Malayalam, Kannada and Hindi languages.
Being conferred with the prestigious title “Isai Perarignar” (Usually reserved for Classical Carnatic Musicians) in recognition of his service to Tamil Film Music, MSV holds a magnificent career in the cinema industry since 1952.
Manaiyangathu Subramania Viswanathan was born on July 9, 1932 in
Elapulli, a village near Palakkad, Kerala. At a very young age,
MSV developed a deep interest for music but was unable to afford
Later, MSV relocated to Madras and joined Jupiter Pictures, under the band of renowned Music Director S.M. Subbiah Naidu where he started composing his own tunes by playing the harmonium under closed doors. The immense talent within MSV was duly recognized and S.M. Subbiah Naidu implemented some of MSV’s compositions without revealing the name.
MSV made a splash on the Tamil cinema horizon during the 1950s-1960s as part of the duo, Viswanathan-Ramamurthi. The unparalleled duo started off their career with the movie “Panam” in 1952. MSV’s magnificent leap ahead took place during 1960’s where music played an imperative role for the resounding success of every movie.
All his mesmerizing compositions during 1960’s are still remembered for their melody, that which earned him the celebrated title “Mellisai Mannar".
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