The World Music Conservatory provides complete and thorough musical training for students of all age. We offer courses in Indian and Western instruments including guitar, piano, drums, vocals (classical and contemporary), violin and flute among others. Apart from just academic learning, our teaching methods ensure that the fun and inspiring aspect of music is never lost on students.
After all, music is considered one of the most beautiful arts and we do want to foster this inspiration within our students. So we have a very holistic approach to music education that combines individual lessons, band training and jam sessions. There is also a dedicated jam room and studio to help students hone their skills. Our students are also encouraged from a performance point of view and are given opportunities to perform in various platforms.
Students have personal classes with their tutors and are taught the various aspects of musical education including technique, ear training, live playing and music appreciation. Our teachers are all experienced musicians and can guide you in the best possible manner. Each student's individual tastes, ability and interests are taken into account to provide a highly personalized training session.
The presence of a dedicated jam room/studio also helps out students get the opportunity to play together as a band. Playing with others is of course the most enjoyable part of being a musician. Not only does it help students get focused, but also provides an inspiration for becoming a better musician. Many bands from our school are sought after for performances.
World Music Conservatory is an academy of music offering music curriculum to study & practice classical and contemporary forms of music in Indian & Western genre.
World Music Conservatory was founded by the renowned percussionist Gopi, Carnatic vocalist Sangeetha Srikishen and management consultant Sathish Varadharajan in the year 2008.
Gopi was born in a family of musicians, his father being a Mridangam(Indian percussion instrument) player. Even as an infant,Gopi showed keen interest in music & used to accompany his father to temples concerts where he played the cymbals. He later went on to formally study & play the Tabla. This gave him a firm foundation and confidence to experiment with the other percussion instruments from different parts of the world. He has a wide collection of percussion instruments that he has acquired while traveling for performances all over the world. In his musical journey Gopi, has been fortunate to learn under the eminent guidance of teachers like Pandit Suresh Talwalkar & the percussion maestro Trilok Gurtu. Today is considered one of the most accomplished percussionists in the World Music category.
Sangeetha Srikishen, a Carnatic vocalist and entrepreneur, began her musical journey at the tender age of 5 when she used to lead SAI BHAJANS at various religious gatherings along with her mother, a violinist. Inspired at a very young age, she went on to learn music and during her musical journey had the great opportunity to be tutored under some of India’s finest musicians. She is a post graduate in Music from the Mysore University.