2023 Rewind – An exciting year for music and musicians

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We are looking back on yet another year of performances, lessons, and insights to take with us into the new year. As we wrap up 2023, here is a quick look at some of the highlights from the last year:

1 – We introduced dance

SaPa integrated Indian classical dance into its in-schools program as well as in the academy. Dance comes with a huge number of benefits to children, and we are excited to see how we can continue to help children fall in love with the arts. To learn more and bring dance to your child, contact us.

2 – Our students and educators were featured in a number of music videos

With a beautiful Independence Day medley in different Indian languages, a cover of Hacchevu Kannadada Deepa to celebrate the spirit of Karnataka, and a Christmas carol to get us all in the holiday spirit, our students and teachers put together some beautiful music. Watch them, and other videos on our YouTube channel.

3 – Our students made big strides across the country

Our SaPa student Aditya Ravidas was featured in the Times of India Unstoppable21 list of achievers. Vijhay Kumar won third place in the Shine contest by ICICI Bank. Tanya Ravidas, Navya Sridhar, and Nithila Sridhar wrote and performed their original. Barath and Vijhay Kumar played for The Goddess, a choreography by Rukmini Vijaykumar in Hyderabad. To keep seeing them in action, follow us on Instagram.

4 – We celebrated the spirit of SaPa

We enjoyed the SaPa Social, which showcased the spirit of our students and educators with performances, music rooms, and more. In addition, we celebrated the musical journey of our student Sangeetha Ramanuj, who has been with SaPa for 14 years. From performing with the SaPa choir with students from underprivileged communities, to workshops at our partner schools with top musicians like Mahesh Vinayakram, it has been a year of great events.

5 – We opened a new SaPa centre in Bangalore

Our new SaPa centre in Basavangudi works with learners of all ages, helping them build a meaningful journey with music and dance. Click here to visit us.

As we enter the new year, there is so much to be grateful for, and so much to look forward to. We hope that our students continue to build meaningful relationships with music, and that more learners join our tribe. If you are a parent, click here to learn more about the right time to start your child’s musical journey.

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