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We believe in the power of music to heal. We have been giving many scholarships to students who want a career in music over the years. There have been hundreds of students who have walked these halls who are now established musicians. Some of them even travel the world with their music. We have also
We are looking for a highly skilled musician to come and work with us in a prominent position in our organization. We would like to have you for two years and the job includes a salary, visa expenses, flight ticket and accommodation. We want to work together with you on building a curriculum for our school and training
Ear training is the process of developing your musical ear by doing specific exercises or practice effort. It helps you hear more in music and understand what you hear. Many of the “soft skills” of music, which distinguish average musicians from truly great musicians, rely on listening skills, which can be developed by doing ear
We have had many international artists visit us over the years. We are the only organization in Nepal bringing in people from abroad to speed up the growth of the music scene here. We had more than two dozen artists visit us in 2016 alone. Jennifer Heemstra, who is a professional pianist and Chelsea Coyne,