‘quality Music Education Should Be A Universal Right’

She focuses on training students in Western music and she is the only one to include ‘Rock N Pop’ as a genre in her teachings. She attended the Music Learning Live! Asia Fringe on 24-25th of October, 2013 held in Singapore. She was the only one from India to attend this conference; that was attended by about 180 musicians from countries like Philippines, China, Korea, Malaysia and Singapore. The conference was aimed at making music more interesting for children to learn. “Music is a human right and quality music education should be a universal entitlement. Can we deliver on this vision,” this thought is what inspired Bela to attend this conference that discussed world music.
For more information, visit http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/entertainment/music/news-and-interviews/Quality-music-education-should-be-a-universal-right/articleshow/26618904.cms


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