Give your child a chance to learn music from the Best
Selected students will be personally mentored and groomed by India's leading music composer - Shekhar Ravjiani.
Global Indian International School (GIIS), a quality international educational institute and India’s leading music composer – singer Shekhar Ravjiani are coming together to launch the GIIS-Shekhar Ravjiani School of Music.
This marks a first of its kind collaboration between a global education institution and an Indian musician to launch a focused program to nurture and mentor upcoming talent in the field of music using state-of-the- art infrastructure and futuristic technology. Students across GIIS' 21 campuses world over will have access to the school’s curriculum.
GIIS emphasizes on imbibing holistic education through the Nine GEMSTM framework, of which Performing Arts has a special focus.
Our schools around the world impart music education with Western and Asian curricula, supported by state of the art music studios and Data Analytics.
A personalised curriculum as per the needs of the child is worked out for these selected students who are personally mentored and groomed by Shekhar.
HOW DOES THE COURSEWORK LOOK LIKE ?
Students handpicked from the 21 campuses will undergo personalised mentoring by Shekhar. The mentoring will have a combination of both face-to-face and virtual lessons.
HOW DO I JOIN THE SCHOOL OF MUSIC ?
The GIIS Shekhar Ravjiani School of Music will be available to students of all campus under the GIIS network of schools.
The enrolment to the school of music is open only to GIIS students.
There are no additional fees to join the School of Music and it is absolutely FREE.
Music scholarships available for deserving students.
Want to be part of the handpicked cohort to learn from Shekhar?
“I have already started working with students from Japan, UAE, India, Malaysia and Singapore over these last few months. Mentoring and teaching young and budding talent is my way to give back and show gratitude to everyone who believed in me and my journey.”