A healthy combination of passion for music and social welfare has given birth to CHANT INDIA , a singing Reality Show in aid of SMILE Charitable Trust
for construction of toilets in girls schools across rural Karnataka.
CHANT INDIA is the brain child of the renowned percussionist Gopi and Carnatic vocalist Sangeetha Srikishen. Gopi & Sangeetha are well known performing
musicians. Both of them have contributed a lot towards various social cause based events. This idea came up when they were casually discussing the
importance of a toilet to a girl child.
Sangeet Yaatra (Upcoming) on 27.12.2018 & 28.12.2018
Winter festival (Upcoming) on 22.12.2017
Children's Day @ Forum Value Mall, Whitefield on 17.11.2017
is a Jam session wherein singers and musicians showcase their talent within the office premises
and beyond. A unique opportunity to collaborate with renowned artists. A distinguished musical platform for both amateurs and professionals.
Krakerjack 2016. Two bands from World Music Conservatory provide an enthralling performance at the event!
The annual fun filled and delightful Krakerjack Festival was held at the Jayamahal Palace in Bangalore on Feb 6 th and 7 th this year. The entire event was a big success and all the participants had a great time taking part in the various workshops and activities.
Two Bands from the World Music Conservatory were invited to play on either day of the event and they completely set the stage on fire. The eclectic mix of styles and genres got the entire crowd tapping their feet and everyone made their way near the stage to enjoy the music.
The first band Consists of Sandhya on vocals, Krittika on keyboards, Brahmos on guitar and Sidhant on drums. They played a set that included popular pop hits such as Rolling in the Deep, 21 Guns and Demons.
The other band from WMC to perform here were 18 Across. Playing a set of blues and hard rock numbers, they took the audience back to the fun and carefree 60s with their engrossing playing style. The band consists of Surdeep on guitars and vocals, ……… on keyboard and …. on bass.
A drum circle, most simply put is a group of people gathered in a circle for the purpose of making music with percussion instruments, in the presence of an experienced facilitator. Drum circles are internationally seen as stress busters for teams, a corporate socializing exercise and are a fun experience for people of all age groups. WMC conducts Drum Circles at different places.
WMC conducts workshops on various topics in music by musicians and musicologists. These are attended by the students of our school as well as by others.
The Sunset series are full-fledged concerts performed by accomplished musicians for the benefit of our students and are open to the general public. These concerts are a platform where in the students and audiences get an opportunity to interact with performing musicians.
Sur Taal is our annual event and features accomplished musicians each year. Sur Taal so far has had performances by musicians like the percussion maestro Trilok Gurtu and Hindustani vocal exponent Begum Parveen Sultana to name a few.
Music Unplugged is a platform for Carnatic, Hindustani and Western Classical forms. Knowledge is shared in the form of lecture demonstrations, Workshops, Seminars, Interactive sessions, Film screening and Concerts by accomplished musicians from India and all over the world. The atmosphere is very informal and open for all. The whole idea of Music Unplugged is to promote and get together like minded people who are seriously interested in listening and participating in our classical projects. A cozy and ambient music atmosphere is provided to facilitate everyone.
The audience who attend these sessions get an opportunity to be at closer quarters with the artists.
WMC is known for its live Music and Television productions. We produce Music related Reality shows and other Independent projects.
Sangeet Yaatra, Massical Shadow, Folk it India, Steve - Gopi Live, G2 Live, Rhythm & Raaga are some of our most popular productions.