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How Amiruddin Shah pirouetted his way from Mumbai's slums to the Royal Ballet School

The son of a welder, Shah had a perfect arch, which won him a three-year scholarship into one of the world’s most prestigious ballet schools in London.

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.

Love to dance? Here's how you can turn your passion into a degree and a career

The US offers college-level dance programs, internships and job opportunities to prepare you for the professional dance world.

Odissi at Oxford, Bhangra in New York : Indian Student Life at International Universities

Celebrating Indian culture is a way of life at most international universities. And it is a formative element of a student's experience abroad. Read more below.

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

Hip Hop Artist Kabir Sen Breaks the Mould

A strand of modern American music has gained tremendous momentum from its humble beginnings in the Bronx to its transformation into an urban cultural phenomenon. It has spawned a thriving industry, hip-hop inspired literature, young political activists and the movement's own intelligentsia. Kabir Sen is one of hip hop’s finest wordsmiths.

Why New Zealand is a great place to prepare for film and TV careers

Victoria Spackman and Gareth McGhie, who have a wealth of experience in the country’s film and television industry, share some excellent advice for students interested in creative careers

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

Short-term fellowship opportunity for violinists

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

In Conversation with Bollywood Writer-Director: Anurag Kashyap

Writer-director Anurag Kashyap shot his critically acclaimed film, That Girl in Yellow Boots in thirteen days, in an industry where it takes longer to shoot a Bollywood song. Every once in a while the indie auteur drops a surprise on the movie going public: a brilliant, yet modestly budgeted film about a subject that hardly fits the Bollywood mould.

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