Indian Classical Music

Without music, life would be a mistake

Swami Sathya Baba says “Divine music is one of the highest mercies extended to us by God.  It is as powerful as prayer itself.  This music can uplift one’s spirit up to a higher dimension of being that is filled with peace and joy.”

Ragini Santhanam is the principal of Mandir School of Music. An accomplished musician from India, she teaches Indian classical music to children & adults.

The school operates in the Australian Capital Territory, Canberra to enable the members of the Indian community to pursue their passion for carnatic music. The school offers shastriya sangetham classes to students of all age groups as well as shloka classes to children.

The school provides an opportunity to the local Indian community to continue to connect and keep alive our rich Indian culture.

The students have access to a structured classical music curriculum and children sit through exams starting with basic to advanced levels.

Mandir School of Music conducts annual stage concerts and actively participates at the local events e.g. multicultural festival, Diwali mela.

Where:

Classes are held in the music studio in Ragini’s residence in Gungahlin suburb.

Contact details:

Call:       0427 489 562
Email:   music@vriksha.org