IndianRaga Accepting Applications from Musicians for Its Global Fellowship Initiative
Thursday, October 15, 2015
ISPA member organization IndianRaga, a music education startup founded at MIT is accepting applications from musicians from difference genres for its Raga World Studio Fellowship program. Co-founded by one of ISPA’s Global Fellow Sriram Emani, IndianRaga has run various musical projects, having been invited to perform at Lincoln Center, Chicago Cultural Center, San Jose Museum of Art, and featured on NPR.
Below is the announcement of the application launched distributed by IndianRaga.
IndianRaga is launching Raga World Studio applications this Thursday, October 15, for talented musicians from jazz, western classical, pop, world music genres as a global initiative of the very successful IndianRaga Fellowship founded at MIT, Boston.
Raga World Studio
Are you or any of your friends interested in getting together with a talented group of musicians and creating awesome music? If so, apply for to join the Raga World Studio happening in Boston from August 1 to 10 2016. Applications are accepted through http://indianraga.com/fellowship/ as part of the international category of the IndianRaga Fellowship.
What does being an Raga World Studio Fellow mean?
As an Raga World Studio fellow, you will get to collaborate with the most talented musicians from across North America to create new pieces of music that transcend cultures and genres to appeal to a new-age, international audience. You will be one of the 20 fellows selected by a panel of well-renowned international judges. You will become part of a growing network of peers and collaborators to support your life-long musical journey.
For questions email at email@example.com. IndianRaga is hoping to welcome many international musicians this year and build a group that can tour and create waves across the global music community.