REGISTRATIONS FOR MUSIC TOGETHER – FLUTE 2019 & MUSIC IN MEASURES – UNIT 5 FOR CURRENTLY ENROLLED PARENTS STARTS FROM 03RD JUNE 2019 AT 9.00 AM – 04TH JUNE 2019 MIDNIGHT. REGISTRATIONS FOR NEW ENROLLMENTS WILL BEGIN FROM 5TH JUNE 2019 AT 9.00 AM. BOTH THE TERMS WILL BEGIN ON 5TH AUGUST 2019.

ABOUT US – THE MUSICIRCLE

 

The Musicircle is a music education organization, with the mission to empower children , teachers and parents on our planet with tools that help them to make music, and also use it as an agent for social and emotional change. At its core, The Musicircle rests on the primary belief, that music has no borders, no age, no religion, no gender, no race, no color, and it truly “makes the world go round.” The Musicircle currently encompasses three companies in its sphere. Music Together Mumbai (est.2006), Music in Measures (est. 2012), and Project Rangeet (est. 2015).

 MUSIC TOGETHER

MUSIC IN MEASURES

PROJECT RANGEET

PRESS RELEASE

PRIYANKA SETH PANDIT
Founder and director,
Music Together Mumbai

Flautist, mother-of-three and former history teacher with a Master’s in education from Columbia University, Priyanka Seth Pandit brought the only research-based music and movement programme, Music Together, to India in 2006. Ever since, she’s helped babies and children (about 500 of them each year) develop physical, cognitive and language skills while singing, dancing and playing instruments with their parents, in music groups conducted by her dedicated team of teachers. Her second project, Music in Measures, uses the same techniques layered with world music and literature.
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PRIYANKA SETH PANDIT
Project Rangeet Classroom,
Dharavi, Mumbai

Education isn’t only about math, sciences and languages. It is equally important to expose young, impressionable minds to the right values as well as socially important messages of cleanliness, equality, conservation, etc. Fortunately, innovation in education in India hasn’t confined itself to only the three Rs — Reading, writing and arithmetic. In Mumbai, Project Rangeet uses art and music to make school children aware of socially relevant issues. Since 2014, founders Priyanka Seth Pandit, Karishma Menon and Simran Mulchandani have created nine lesson plans focusing on issues …

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