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7 Questions with "Bombay Dreams" Star Manu Narayan

Manu Narayan, graduated from the Carnegie Mellon School of Music, and impressed A.R Rahman with his classical music training to land the lead in the hit Broadway musical "Bombay Dreams."

Why do we celebrate Womens Day on March 8?

Spoiler alert: There’s more to it than flowers, flowery language, and sugary food

7 effective stress-busting strategies for students

Being a student can be stressful. But here are 8 simple and effective ways you can deal with the stress.

The Soaring Soprano: 9 questions with Monica Yunus

Daughter of Bangladesh's Nobel-Prize winning economist Muhammad Yunus, Monica Yunus is no less talented - as a gifted opera singer she advises budding musicians to "have the soul of a butterfly and the skin of a rhinoceros"!

Indian student's unexpected journey from liberal arts undergrad to a prize US film role

Siddharth Dhananjay was studying philosophy and economics at Grinnell College, Iowa, when his rap videos went viral, scoring him a role in ‘Patti Cake$’, releasing on August 18

Musical Talent minus Musical Degrees

When considering a career in music, aspiring performers and music instructors often ask themselves whether they should pursue formal training in the field. The broad consensus seems to be that some time spent at a top music school equips students with valuable tools for a lifetime but that it needs luck and raw talent to make it really big.

Short-term fellowship opportunity for violinists

The Atlantic Music Festival has a last-minute opening for a four-week residency at Colby College, Maine

Why it makes sense to study music in a conservatory

Véronique Riou, who taught the violin at a conservatory in France for 35 years, chatted with BrainGain Magazine about music education in her country

Striking up a Symphony with George Mathew

Singaporean-born Indian conductor, George Mathew, came to America to study conservation biology in Hampshire College but ended up devouring the music curriculum at a liberal arts college.

'The most limiting education lies within the walls of a classroom'

The learning one gains outside the classroom is realistic and impactful, covering subjects such as life skills, compassion, citizen-literacy, humanism, and collective consciousness, says Farzana Cama Balpande, head of BookASmile

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