With half a dozen branches and after many years of music training in Bangalore, Eastern Fare starts its branches in Guwahati in 2016. The branches in Guwahati provides training for different forms of dance. In an era where music is being bargained over as a fast moving commodity, the institute affectionately tries to preserve the accent of sound.
Apart from graded courses in music from Trinity College, London, Eastern Fare has been training students the contemporary style of music for both vocals and instruments. With the experience of more than 10 years in teaching music, the structured course created by the teachers, has been considered one of the best and toughest music courses in India.
The main branch of Eastern Fare Guwahati is situated in Noonmati. The branch now provides classes in Sattriya, Bharatanatyam, Contemporary and other forms of dance as well as musical instruments and vocals. For more info please call 7578013817.
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Trainers in Guwahati
Guitar, Piano and Keyboard
Jim Ankan Deka, Director of Eastern Fare Music Foundation, is a music composer, documentary film maker and photographer. He has been a music trainer for over 15 years. Apart from participating in various cause related projects, he founded 'Count Your Blessings', a philanthropic initiative in 2009. He is also the Editor-in-chief of EF News International.
Ankur Deka is a Master of Musicology in Indian Classical Music and has a degree in Alternate Medicine. He is presently working on subjects like Music Therapy, Ethnomusicology and Indian Music. He is also a singer, songwriter and composer. He has been composing music for over thirty years in various languages including Assamese, English, Hindi and Mizo.
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