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Mysuru to get Hindustani Music Academy by Feb end

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Mysuru: The city is all set to get a classical music academy to cater to beginners who require advanced training.

To be launched by Sarangi artiste Ustad Faiyaz Khan under the banner ‘Parveen Begum Smruti Music and Education Trust,’ it will be the trust’s second such music academy in the State, with the first one being set up in Bengaluru.

The music academy is being supported by Sarod artiste Pandit Rajeev Taranath and will commence functioning from the last week of February. To start with, the academy will function from the alumni association hall of the Mahajana College.

Khan said that a unique aspect of the academy will be that it will not follow a rigid time schedule as he believes music cannot be taught or learnt in an hour’s period. He said that the main objective of the academy is to train new generation of musicians who can carry forward the classical tradition of India.

 

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