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Shitalchandra Kulkarni

Shitalchandra Kulkarni has been performing for over 3 decades and believes it to be important for an artist not only to perform but to communicate his contact and emotions!

Interview With The 2023 LIT Talent Awards Winner – Shitalchandra Kulkarni

1Please provide us with a brief bio of yourself and your background.

I have been working in the field of stage and studio for the last 3 decades!

2What led you to become a talent/artist/influencer/performer/current profession?

I came from a musical family and my father is a professional musician and a teacher. Right from the age of 10 years old, I know I was inclined in the field of music and art.

3Tell us more about your studio/company/academy.

My studio - Studio Sterec , My company - Chords India , My Academy - Institute of Modern Music.

Have done Production for more than 500 titles and work 1000 of studio hours.

Been teaching various instruments in my institute since 1988 on grade course format.

4What skills have you learned that will help you in your result and/or performance?

I have always followed the playback which works in my head which as a result, I try to imitate in my production, sound designing and finally on my fingers on the fretboard.

5What is your own definition of an impressive performance/show/masterpiece?

It is very important for an artist not only to perform but to communicate his contact and emotions, so that the audience or the listener is o the same page of your skilled performance. If that happens - that is really impressive.

6What is your creative or ideation process like?

Usually it starts with a break in my thought process, followed by discipline in writing and giving an overview of your creation. Finally shaping and dressing it by production. As at the challenge of you performing live always remains.

7Describe the worst performance you have seen. What would you change about it?

Slipped off the guitar cable from the amp at the time of the climax situation of my solo.

No volunteers on the stage please!

8Congratulations! As the winner of LIT Talent Awards, what does it mean to you, or your team, to receive this honor?

It means a lot to win the LIT Talent Award and be on the artist credit list and gain more respectable position in the industry.

9How has winning an international awards help promote you and/or your masterpiece?

It has helped to recognized my work and music and sure it is inspiring to be more creative and work more.

10What are the challenges, for your winning entry, that you faced?

Keeping the deadline of the submission date.

11What advise you will give to those who are in the same industry and/or are interested with your craft?

Ritchie Blackmore

Pal Gilbert

Yanni RD Burman

They’re music always created disturbance in me and showed I have it too

12Who do you admire and what did he/she do that motivated you?
There are so many artist band composer who have played role in my career and given me the introduction to different school of thought in my creations.
13What is the key that made you succeed? Any parting words of wisdom?
Consistency. And once again a big thank you to the entire team of LIT Talent Awards!
14What is your upcoming masterpiece, that you’re currently preparing, about?
Re - Live.
15If you could change anything about the entire industry, what would it be?

A better established industry for independent music.

Winning Entry

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Move your Big Butt. If it’s not now, it gonna be never! C’mon good people, you can’t stall forever! Just a slice of your will… (Read more at LIT Talent Awards.)

Shitalchandra Kulkarni

Shitalchandra Kulkarni has always been one in the field of music and art at the age of 10 years old and has continued that passion for 3 decades!

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