Priyal Sathe is an upcoming young Hindustani classical vocalist in the country.Endowed with a sweet and rich vibrant voice coupled with immense dedication to her chosen vocation, Priyal’s performances have earned her wide acclaim for powerful exposition with a highly melodic appeal. Priyal was initiated into Hindustani music at a very tender age.Her formal training began under the tutelage of Pt. Mohan Karve from Pune and then she completed her Masters in music from University Of Pune under renowned vocalist Mrs. Arati Ankalikar Tikekar. Currently she is fortunate to be receiving advanced training from veteran singer of Gwalior gharana, Pt.Sharad Sathe. As a student of Mrs. Arati Ankalikar Tikekar she has accompanied her Guru throughout the country for various programmes.Priyal also excels in semi- classical and light music genres like Thumri , dadra , kajri , hori ,chaiti , abhang , bhajans and with voice so adaptive she presents all these along with Khayal at ease.She has completed bachelors with English and masters with Music from University of Pune and is now a research student from University of Pune. Priyal has participated and won various competitions and has been awarded with renowned scholarships. She has performed at many major and minor cities of India and won accolades for the same. Blessed with a soulful voice, she has also given Playback for various plays, jingles and marathi serials. Also Excels in Japanese Language and is the First Indian Singer to Perform a Full Solo Concert of
Japanese Songs in India.
Priyal is a record holder to be the first female participant to win both state level and All India level Japanese language speech contest in a senior group. She is fluent in Japanese language and holds the highest N1 certificate (JLPT) and is the first ever singer to perform a full solo concert of Japanese songs in India.Priyal was invited to perform a Japanese song for the show ‘Song For Japan’ for Japanese TV channel NTV,Japan twice at Tokyo as a representative of India in the year 2013 and is the first ever student from western India to get the prestigious research fellowship from Japan foundation.