Hyderabad: Online music learning platform Muzigal has set up its first academy in Kompally in Hyderabad. The Muzigal Academy will bring music education within reach of interested students in a brick and mortar format. The academy is open to all above five years of age and the Hyderabad startup plans to launch four such academies by next month across India.
With more than 10,000 learners from 10 countries, and 400 teachers now on board, the company, which was launched in July last year by Dr Lakshminarayana Yeluri connects music students with expert music teachers for online lessons for over 20 different subjects.
The Muzigal Academy will offer a world-class curriculum on various courses depending on the subject and the level of expertise. There will be different lesson formats, with a combination of private as well as batch-wise group classes, based on learning levels, learning pace and age groups. It will start with classical and Western vocals, guitar, keyboard and drums, with classes across beginner and advanced levels, which will be affordable and accessible to all the music learners.
The academy is also planning guided master classes with well-known music celebrities, and it will create workshops and concerts that will prepare learners for a professional life in music. It will also partner with schools and corporates to curate music programmes customised to their needs. Students can walk into their nearest Muzigal Academy centre for orientation and register for classes. Also, the website for Muzigal will be live soon, where students can connect with the nearest Muzigal Academy.
Dr Lakshminarayana Yeluri said, “Starting with Hyderabad, Muzigal Academy will expand across all major cities in India. We hope that through our academy, we can nurture musicians who truly appreciate and embody the art of music and some of them would even go on to build their careers in music.”