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Courses on Offer

Western Music and Performing Arts

All students who seek enrolment need to have the instrument at home to meet the demands of practice that will be needed at home. A graded course is followed. Assessments are offered for Practical and Theory grades and diplomas under the 3 UK Boards. Students are encouraged to perform in concerts held by the School regularly. Theory inputs are awarded along with the practical classes for holistic learning.

The following courses are offered by the School:

  • Junior Music Class
  • Junior Choir
  • Senior Choir/Western Contemporary Vocals Ensemble
  • Piano
  • Violin
  • Classical Guitar
  • Non classical / Plectrum Guitar
  • Recorder
  • Flute
  • Drum Kit
  • Saxophone
  • Electronic Keyboard
  • Speech & Drama
  • Communication skills
  • Modern Contemporary and Social Dance

Indian Music and Performing Arts

The Department of Indian Music was inaugurated in 1975 by Pandit Ravi Shankar, and the first Head of Department was his pupil, the eminent sitarist Mrs. Jaya Biswas. The department offers a wide range of disciplines like Classical, Semi classical, Bhajan, Geet, Ghazal, Rabindrasangeet and Nazrulgeeti. Lessons are conducted in vocals, dance and instrumental music. Students are encouraged to participate in concerts at the Sandré Hall. Most group classes are held once a week for one hour.

The following courses are offered by the School:

  • Classical Vocals
  • Bhajan, Ghazal and Geet
  • Tabla
  • Sitar and Sarod
  • Bharatnatyam
  • Odissi
  • Kathak
  • Dance and Rhythm Class for Beginners

*For further details you are advised to collect your copy of the School Prospectus from the office on any working day during the office hours.