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Tired of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star? Kutuki can help your kids get Indian rhymes

Sneha Sundaram, Founder of Kutuki speaks about their app specially developed for preschool kids and how it helps them develop language and soft skills. The rhymes are available in four languages
 

Published on 22nd January 2020
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Music has a positive impact on the mental well-being of people who need it the most: Violinist Sunita Bhuyan

Sunita Bhuyan tells us how feeling good after listening to music is actually scientific, how it helps destress us, and a lot more

Published on 14th January 2020
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There is no class or mass in music: Violinist Sunita Bhuyan

The master violinist drew comparisons between music and human values, while reminding the audience that music is for everybody and it does not discriminate, at TNIE's ThinkEdu Conclave 2020

Published on 8th January 2020
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Kadri Gopalnath passes away at 69: A disciple's ode to the greatest saxophone teacher, ever

Dr Sumanth Swaminathan, his student from New York, wrote a blog about his experience of learning from the great musician. We look back at Sumanth's loved memories of his beloved Kadri Mama

Published on 11th October 2019
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This artist from Udupi carves art using pencil lead without using a magnifying glass!

Surendra Acharya speaks about carving micro models on pencil leads without any formal training and how he went on to bag a Guinness World Record for it

Published on 2nd October 2019
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How Aswin Manikandan went from engineer to 3D soap-carver is all about #lifegoals

Aswin Manikandan even conducts workshops and his 'carved wonders' are also available for sale on his Instagram handle, c.e.l.e.b.r.a.t.i.o.n

Published on 18th September 2019
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Meet Gayatri Sivani Vishnubhotla, the 14-year-old violin prodigy who has already performed over 500 times

Gayatri Sivani Vishnubhotla received the Sangeet Bala Samrat award from musician Nithyasree Mahadevan and even received a standing ovation for her performance

Published on 14th September 2019
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Music has a way of transforming you: How the Subramaniam siblings are changing the lives of 25,000 kids

Bindu and Ambi Subramaniam are helping the next generation hone their musical skills at Subramaniam Academy of Performing Arts

Published on 15th July 2019
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Ebenezer Premkumar  tells us how he went on to build one of the top music schools in Bengaluru

Ebenezer Premkumar talk about how as a seven-year-old he learnt basic chords from his mother and how far he has gotten from there

Published on 20th June 2019
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This Kovai mechanical engineer-turned-singer is teaching music to the city

Don't you just hate it when you have to go to two different places to learn two different instruments? Thanks to Gowtham Lakshman, PrismOne Music Academy has it all under one roof

Published on 19th June 2019
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Forced into playing the violin at 8, this Chennai-based MMA Symphony Orchestra musician is now teaching music himself

Keerthan Sergius Robert thinks it is as important to learn contemporary songs as it is to have your classical base right

Published on 3rd June 2019
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Bengaluru-based basketball player Sanjana Ramesh has bagged a prestigious scholarship and is headed to the US

When it comes to social media, she very active on Instagram. “Maybe I spend a bit more time on it than I should,” she says

Published on 17th December 2018
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Why Kerala band V Minor's cover of Radioactive caught the attention of Imagine Dragons

This seven-piece band primarily works with English and Bollywood tracks and gives a desi twist to the popular numbers

Published on 23rd October 2018
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40 per cent drop out rate at Ghantasala music college for 3 years, academic pressure blamed

The faculty says that the students who join the college don't realise the amount of effort and pressure that each course requires and hence, many of them end up dropping out

Published on 27th July 2018
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Meet the musician taking the language of peace to the children of Manipur, the land of unrest

The music project, A Native Tongue Called Peace, was started in 2015 at a children's home, to help the children explore their differences and come together through music

Published on 4th July 2018

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