ENZY School of Music and Technology Admissions Opens!
Thursday, 12 July 2018, 18:01 IST
ENZY School of Music & Technology is the latest venture under the century-old Tribhovandas Bhimji Zaveri Group. The philosophy of the institute is simple; dream, work and deliver.
Courses are offered in Music Production & Sound Engineering, vocal training, guitar classes, keyboard classes and tabla classes. The institute has a unique approach to teaching where faculty teach and train students in a real-life recording studio environment. This concept of training has been specially developed to help students better understand and internalize each subject through hands-on experience. The courses are curated with the help of award-winning faculty members and industry professionals. The courses provide fun, new and rich musical experiences starting with the basics of learning for beginners, to intermediate to advance courses with masterclasses in various subjects.
Mr. Nisshchal Zaveri, Managing Director – ENZY Studios says, “ I am glad to bring this change in the industry, the concept and the idea was born after many of our students and professionals who visited ENZY Studios wanted to learn and experience more. We decided to provide them with an ideal learning platform. The success of ENZY Studios gave us an opportunity to come up with this new venture called ENZY School of Music & Technology. For interested vocal and tabla students’ courses and certificates by Prayag Sangeet Samiti, Allahabad, UP is available.”
The best way to experience what ENZY School of Music & Technology has to offer is guided tour session with their faculty and staff. Tours are available from Monday to Friday between 11 am and 4 pm.
Vocal and instrument classes have commenced. The first batch in Music Production and Sound Engineering starts on 20th July 2018 (twice a week). There is an early bird discount for students in the Music Production and Sound Engineering program and a partial scholarship will be provided to one student from each batch.
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