| ||» Bhatkhande Music Institute University|
The history of musiceducation in India dates back to ancient period when all education wasimparted in Gurukulas and Ashrams of great Saints, Rishi, Munis. Thesystem of mordern institutionalization of education in graded, timebound structure was ushered in by the british rulers from themid-ninteenth century.
| ||» Dakshinee |
Dakshinee took off with only 12 students on its rolls and by 1955 had 600. It moved into its current premises at 1, Deshapriya Park West on 16th Oct., 1955 ceremonially inaugurated by Smt. Chitralekha Siddhanta, better known as the ‘Nightingale of Bengal’ at the time.
| ||» Delhi School of Music|
The Delhi School of Music which was established by the Delhi Music Society, is currently the premier institution for the teaching of western classical music in the Capital. In fact it is probably the only non-profit institution of its kind in northern India
| ||» DEPARTMENT OF INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC|
RBU graduates in Music may choose many professions. Teaching, performance and arts administration are among some of the common destinations, but others include broadcasting, publishing, and the civil service. Many graduates choose to go on to postgraduate study.
| ||» Eastern Fare Music Foundation|
Eastern Fare Music Foundation is a music school, a production and a publishing house in Bangalore, Karnataka, India. The institute provides training for instrumental music in Western Classical music, Carnatic music and contemporary style. The courses and music classes include Guitar, Classical Guitar, Piano and Keyboard.
Eastern Fare Music Institute is one of the India’s foremost independent music schools. The school is governed by a Board of Directors. This Board is made up of talented volunteers, faculty and parent representatives.
| ||» Gandharva Mahavidyalaya|
The institution was established in 1939 by its Founder-Principal Shri Vinaya Chandra Maudgalya, disciple of the veteran musician, Pandit Vinayakrao Patwardhan.
| ||» Gandharva Mahavidyalaya|
Since 1942, Bharatiya Sangeet Prasarak Mandal, Pune is governing Gandharva Mahavidyalaya, Pune, conducting examinations and giving certificates to the successful candidates. The certification of Bharatiya Sangeet Mandal, Pune is equivalent to that issued by Akhil Bharatiya Gandharva Mahavidyalaya, Miraj. Gandharva Mahavidyalaya, Pune conducts courses in Hindustani Classical Music and since its formation, it has nurtured the best of the talents in the field of Hindustani classical music.
| ||» Guitar Hall|
It is the time of the self taught guitar players and private teachers who used to train from their homes.Young aspiring guitarists from Mumbai, Pune and neighboring cities were searching for professional academies to release their musical goals and Guitar Hall put them on the right track.The students also accepted Guitar Hall’s teaching methods and relaxed setting whole heartedly.Training was simple then.Just Kiran Roy, an acoustic guitar,a few notation sheets and a pencil! No state-of-the-art facilities, books, instruments and branches at the best locations.
| ||» I Love Music Academy|
Welcome to the I Love Music academy. India’s premier electronic music school. Our motto is to offer high-powered, high-impact, and hands-on learning, complemented by access to the most cutting-edge producers, musicians, and audio equipment in the industry. Founded in 2009, the Academy was a pioneer in its aim to provide quality contemporary music education in India. Today, we still pride ourselves on being India’s most forward-thinking music school. We focus on Music Production and DJ’ing, with a foundation in the latest trends across the global music industry. We believe in nurturing talent in the most progressive and modern genres of music. Our visiting faculty make up some of the field’s finest music producers and DJs, and are enthusiastic about sharing their wealth of knowledge and experience with students. Our equally talented in-house faculty members are always on call to offer students their expertise. In addition to their regular coursework, students are taught key aspects of the music industry, giving them an edge in the real world after graduation. We also host regular music production workshops led by the most renowned names in the business. In the past, we’ve held interactive workshops with industry professionals such as Midival Punditz, Arjun Vagale, Dualist Inquiry, Dreadsquad, DJ Skip, and Christian Smith, just to name a few.
| ||» INDIAN MUSIC ACADEMY (IMA)|
Is evolved for the purpose of encouraging the true potential of Indian music, its untapped resource, and providing all Indians an opportunity and a respected platform, to make contribution, thereby enabling the successful rise of Indian Music.
| ||» Indira Kala Sangit Vishwavidyalaya|
RAJA BIRENDRA BAHADUR SINGH and RANI PADMAVATI DEVI- the then rulers of Khairagarh princely estate were the inspiration behind the inception of this unique university which is named after their beloved daughter, Princess INDIRA(see left). The main building of the University is housed in the donated palace
| ||» Institute of Mohiniyattam|
Noopura Institute of Indian Classical Dance and Music was established in 1970 under the leadership of Dr. K. R. Kurup. Institute of Indian classical dance & music offers courses like Mohiniyattam, Bharatha Natyam, Kuchipudi, Odissy and Kathakali.
| ||» Kala Academy|
Kala Academy Providing training in classical singing, western music, tabla, sitar, harmonium, drama and dances.The Faculty of Indian Music, an important wing of the Academy imparts training mainly in classical singing besides Tabla, Sitar and Harmonium. The Second course of three years intermediate level leads to a Diploma called "Sangeet Kushal" and the third part of two years advance level, at the end of which a successful candidate is awarded a Diploma called "Sangeet Parangat".
| ||» Kalakshetra|
Kalakshetra was established in 1936 after the extraordinary success of Rukmini Devi's first performance of Bharata Natyam at the Theosophical Society, in Adyar, a suburb of Madras, in the South of India.Kalakshetra offers Diplomas in the College of Fine Arts, the Besant Theosophical High School, the Arundale School, and the courses available in bharata natyam, carnatic music and the visual arts.
| ||» Kalashram|
Kalashram is a dream of Kathak maestro pt. Birju Maharaj. It focusses on imparting training mainly in the field of Kathak, along with various other associated disciplines i.e. vocal & instrumental music, Yoga, Painting, Sanskrit, Dramatics, Stagecraft etc.
| ||» Kathakali Sadanam|
Gandhi Seva Sadan- Kathakali and Classic Arts Academy' popularly known as SADANAM KATHAKALI AKADEMY", was started in 1953 as a cultural wing of GANDHI SEVA SADAN. It is the third Kathakali training center of Kerala after Kerala Kalamandalam and P.S.V. Natyasangam.
| ||» Medicare Inc|
NOTS (NEET Online Test Series) is a one stop digital platform with a perennial and robust reputation for providing excellent coaching facilities, strategic preparation method to the students aspiring for the NEET. NOTS helps in self assessment and preparation of various graduation medical courses (MBBS), BDS dental courses, postgraduate courses (MD, MS) and FMGE screening test by offering them a wide array of mock test papers, practice papers, topic based online mock tests with unlimited access.
| ||» Nrityanjali|
Nrityanjali is an institute of music, dance, dramatics, personality development & management services. It is a center of learning. It is also a center of understanding, thought and action. Nrityanjali's approach is simple and its medium is music, dance and dramatics.
| ||» RLV college of Music and Fine Arts Tripunithura|
Institute was taken over by the Government of Kerala in 1956 and was named RLV Academy of Music and Institute of Fine Arts where several diploma and post diploma courses were conducted.
| ||» Saptak School of Music|
The famous Russian composer and concert pianist Sergei Rachmaninov had once said that, “Music is enough for a lifetime, but a lifetime is not enough for music.” To delve deeper into the world of music, a group of performers and music connoisseurs in Ahmedabad started on a journey in 1980 The quest was to connect with all those who were associated with Indian classical music – as a performer, as a student or as a rasika (listener)
| ||» Saraswati Music College|
Saraswati Music College was established in 1924.The institution was being run by Saraswati Music College society (Regd.), which is now known as Saraswati Foundation for Education, Art and Culture and is a non-profit-earning body. Saraswati Music College is affiliated to the Prayag Sangit Samiti, Allahabad.It provides training in Vocal ,Western, Dances of India etc.
| ||» Saraswati Sangeet Mahavidyalaya|
Music is the medium, through which one can express his thoughts and feelings. It is the sum total of the experiences and emotions which are not bound by time, community and rationality. It is the universal language of the pious souls of all times and places. The three fold arts of music namely Vocal Music, Instrumental Music and Dance have varied from time to time and space to space according to the aesthetic taste and likings of the people.
| ||» Shankar Mahadevan Academy|
Shankar Mahadevan Academy™ was founded under the guidance and leadership of the award-winning music composer and singer, to bring high quality Indian music education online for the first time. Shankar's vision for the Academy is to share his love for music with people across the globe and to make learning music easy and fun.
| ||» Shriram Bharatiya Kala Kendra|
Beginning can be traced to a small but exclusive sponsoring body called ‘Jhankar’ which was set up in 1947. The Kendra formally came into existence in 1952 when it was registered as a society under the Societies’ Registration Act, 1860. Since then it has grown and blossomed over the years, as one of the premier cultural institutions of India.
| ||» Swar Bhasha|
A School of Music , Singing and Performing Art. Where anyone can explore the hidden treasure of Indian Classical Music and Dance.
Having been in touch with the Music and performing artists for many years, we’ve realized that the power of information and communication technology has not yet helped artists to make their mark in the world.
India has a rich tradition of Music and performing arts and the talent that breeds in the cities, towns and villages of India is simply awesome. Singers and musicians, dancers artists and many more… the list is endless.
We realized that it is possible for internet to help these artists to grow big by reaching a larger audience. Today, people learn about the artists only through newspapers and word of mouth. These mediums are not enough for the millions of art lovers who are looking for entertainment options worldwide. More and more people are looking for entertaining programs that they can host during celebrations.