Music Pandit CEO Serah John Inspires at Spring Music Carnival

15mar10:00 am10:00 amMusic Pandit CEO Serah John Inspires at Spring Music Carnival

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Music Pandit, India’s leading online music learning platform, reinforced its commitment to musical excellence by participating in the prestigious Nagaland Conservatory of Music’s Spring Music Carnival. The three-day event, held from March 8th to 10th, celebrated the rich musical heritage of the region and brought together artists, students, and music enthusiasts from across the state.

Highlighting the event was the presence of Music Pandit’s CEO, Serah John, who addressed the gathered crowd on the first day of the carnival. In her inspiring speech, Serah emphasised the transformative power of music and the crucial role that online platforms play in democratising access to quality music education.

One of the highlights of the carnival was the presence of Music Pandit’s CEO, Ms. John, who addressed the gathered crowd on the first day. Her speech focused on the transformative power of music education and the exciting teaching opportunities available through Music Pandit’s collaboration with the Nagaland Conservatory of Music.

“At Music Pandit, we believe in providing accessible and quality music education to learners worldwide,” said Ms. John. “Our partnership with the Nagaland Conservatory of Music opens up a world of possibilities for their talented alumni and interested candidates to share their expertise as online music instructors on our platform.”

Serah emphasised the importance of music education in enriching lives and fostering cultural exchange. By joining Music Pandit as online instructors, the Conservatory’s musicians have the opportunity to reach a global audience, imparting their knowledge and passion to aspiring artists across borders.

During her visit, Serah interacted with the Conservatory’s esteemed faculty, alumni, and students, discussing the potential for collaborative initiatives and sharing insights on effective online teaching methods. Her presence at the event underscored Music Pandit’s commitment to supporting and amplifying the diverse musical talents of the region.

Meanwhile, the Spring Music Carnival showcased a rich tapestry of performances, workshops, and exhibitions, celebrating the cultural heritage of Nagaland while providing a platform for emerging artists to showcase their skills. Music Pandit’s participation in this prestigious event further cements its position as a driving force in the online music education landscape.

As the partnership between Music Pandit and the Nagaland Conservatory of Music continues to flourish, both organisations remain dedicated to creating opportunities for musicians to share their passion and expertise with learners worldwide, fostering a vibrant and inclusive musical community.

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March 15, 2024 10:00 am - 10:00 am(GMT-11:00)

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