William Shakespeare wrote, ‘if music be the food of love, play on,’ and indeed this is how most people feel when they hear the mellifluous strains being extracted from an instrument by a trained musician.
Music is such an important part of our lives, uplifting our spirits and adding a new dimension to the ordinary. Scientific studies have shown that children who learn music show an increased blood flow to the brain and also improved memory and reading skills.
Leon’s World Centre for Holistic Learning and Development encourages young children to pursue their passion for music. Here children can learn Hindustani Classical Music from the Ajivasan Institute by Suresh Wadkar Ji. The institute is renowned for providing scientific training in Hindustani Classical Music and the students have had the opportunity to perform with the master himself on several occasions. Ajivasan aims at spreading music education employing a practical and scientific method which widens the individual’s ability to use his/her potential to 100%. At the Ajivasan academy, they believe that a Guru passes on his knowledge of music to the disciples hoping that they learn to live the art.
The students of the Ajivasan Academy at the Leon’s World will be performing at an event titled “Swarangan” on 8th July. The audience will be regaled with an hour of soulful music performed by the students which will include solo and group performances by the singers. Come and feel your soul being uplifted by the Ragas that are such a rich part of our traditional and cultural heritage.
Details at a Glance:
Swarangan by Ajivasan Academy
Venue: Leon’s World Centre for Holistic Learning and Development, Rustomjee Urbania, Thane(W)
Date: 8th July, Sunday 2018
Time: 11:00 am (1 hour event)
OPEN TO ALL
To register, please call: 9819094929 | 9819060920