• In a 60 piece orchestra conducted by Mr. Sandeep Chowta, Bombay, Stephen Prayog was the only Arranger and Conductor from Karnataka.

  • Stephen has composed Music for an Israeli Album by Jack Jacob Shemech.

  • He has composed a song "Oh Meri Ma" for the Kargil Cause.

  • He has Arranged Music and Conducted for the National Games Music under Sri. C. Aswath.

  • Stephen also has composed music for a number of Devotional, BhavaGeethe and Folk genres.

  • He has also composed music for a couple of tele-films such as "Sangama" directed by Ashok Kashyap and "L O C" directed by Nikhil.

  • Stephen Prayog also has the distinction for composing music for a number of T V Serials…
  • * Aathma, Hejjegalu and Nanda Gokula Directed by Ashok Kashyap.
    * Apartment and Olave Namma Badhuku Directed by Sri. Nagathihalli Chandrashekar
    * Chakra Directed by Sri. Yoghraj Bhat.
    * Shuba Lagna Directed by Nikhil.

  • Stephen Prayog has the reputation for having arranged Music and Conducted for the Blockbuster Kannada Movie "Mungaru Male" which is known to have broken all records in the Indian Film Industry. The Guitar Music pieces composed by him for one of the songs "Anisuthide…" in that film became the most popular Downloaded Caller Tune in the year 2007.

  • Sri. S.P. Balasubramaniam (Renowned Playback Singer in the Indian Film Industry) immensely appreciated Stephen in the popular ETV show "Edhe Thumbhi Hadidhe" for his exquisite Musical Arrangements and Orchestration for the Kannada Movie "Mungaru Male".

  • It is widely believed that Stephen Prayog's Background score for Kannada Movies like Mungaru Male, Cheluvina Chithara and Milana have set benchmark standards as his approach towards Composing and Arranging Music for Title Songs and Background score has changed the line of work in the Kannada Music Industry.
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    Stephen Prayog renders services as a Music Director and as a Music Arranger & Conductor. His notable assignments...

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