Welcome to Trishan School of Music!
We believe music education is not only about acquiring knowledge, it's about igniting a lifelong passion and fostering creativity. With a deep commitment to quality education and a holistic approach to learning, we have established ourselves as a premier destination for music education.
Our philosophy revolves around providing more than just music lessons – we offer a transformative experience that empowers students to excel not only in music but also in life. We understand that the right way of learning can shape futures, and that's why our expert faculty is dedicated to nurturing talents, refining skills, and instilling the joy of music.
At the core of Trishan's approach is the unwavering commitment to quality. We ensure that every student receives personalized attention and a comprehensive understanding of music theory and practice. Whether you're a beginner or an advanced learner, our curriculum guides you through the intricacies of music, paving the way for continuous growth for every induvidual.
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Strings that touch your soul. Strings that fills melody. Strings that pushes you forward. We have them all.
The foundation developed by learning piano, including reading music, a sense of pitch and dynamics, and an understanding of music theory, can be applied to any other instrument, which is why it's such a great place to start.
A tiny instrument with a big heart and an even bigger sound. Renowned for its cheerful sound and remarkable versatility.
A keyboard similar to Piano is the easiest instrument to start off with for the kids or adults. Given the affordability and ease of carrying them, Keyboard could be your choice of instrument.
Hindustani music unlike Carnatic music is greatly influenced by Persian and Islamic cultures and is more prominent in North India. The heritage of Hindustani music goes back to Sufi age. The main styles of vocal Hindustani classical music are Dhrupad, Khayal and Tarana
Carnatic music is mostly practiced in the Southern part of India with a particular form of Ragas and Talas. The three saints Thyagaraja, Muthuswami Dikshitar, and Shyama Shashtri have composed thousands of Krithis which are still favored by musicians and taught by us.
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