Corporate Events @ Eastern Fare

inTune collates - Music Therapy, Neuro-Linguistic Programs, Interactive Games and Yogic Style Relaxation Techniques.

Music Studio @ Eastern Fare

More about audio recording and video editing facilities at Eastern Fare Music Foundation.

Music Classes @ Eastern Fare

More about Guitar, Piano and Keyboard classes at Eastern Fare Music Foundation.

Aawaz - speak up against sexual violence

A music video produced by Eastern Fare Music Foundation.

Nagaland - journey through the choir of clouds

A travel documentary produced by Eastern Fare Music Foundation.





Nez Erok, Kate Isenberg and Lu Pulici steal the show at Music Malt Online Fest 2014

Music Malt announces the winners of the first edition of Music Malt Online Fest. Over 300 entries were received from around the world, and three entries emerged as winners.

Beautiful by Nez Erok (Australia) won in the 'Song of Substance' category. This category recognizes music videos with a strong social message. Heads or Tails by Kate Isenberg (USA) won in The Dream Weaver category and Hang Me on the Line by Lu Pulici (Norway) won the Creative Genius award for being the most creative video.

Apart from the winning videos, ten other entries have received Special Mention in this contest.

Powered by Eastern Fare Music Foundation, MMOF is an online music festival seeking original compositions in English and Hindi, and instrumentals.

Music Malt is an initiative of the Bangalore based music academy Eastern fare Music Foundation. The website is aimed at discovering, encouraging and promoting independent musicians from around the world. It promotes gigs, music festivals and competitions, and independent artists creating original compositions.

To watch the winning videos and the shortlisted videos visit - www.musicmalt.com.

An evening with Voodoo Child at Take5, Bangalore | event

An evening with Voodoo Child at Take5, Bangalore
Eastern Fare in association with Take5, Bangalore presents 'An evening with Voodoo Child'

Formed in the year 2002 , Voodoo Child is one of the leading Rock & Roll bands of North East India. Based in Guwahati (Assam), Voodoo Child has played all over the state and different parts of the country including a few prestigious music festivals. Rock & Roll being their primary style of music, the band plays a lot of their own music along with a few covers of the classic rock bands of the era.

The night with Voodoo Child....is a night of Entertainment .

The band will be performing live at Take5 Lounge in Bangalore on Friday, Nov 7, 2014.

Time: 8:30 PM
Entry - Free!!

Line-up
Jim Ankan Deka
Rittique Phukan
Vicky Mahanta
Pankaj Rajkhowa

The event is presented by Eastern Fare in association with Take5.

Playing an instrument benefits your brain - Anita Collins | TEDEd

Playing an instrument benefits your brain - Eastern Fare
When you listen to music, multiple areas of your brain become engaged and active. But when you actually play an instrument, that activity becomes more like a full-body brain workout. What’s going on? Anita Collins explains the fireworks that go off in musicians’ brains when they play, and examines some of the long-term positive effects of this mental workout.


The connections between brain research and music have been ongoing for the past two decades, but there are actually a lot of different areas within the research, and it is easy to confuse them.

Firstly there is the area of music and the brain, which is about how we process music in our brains. Daniel Levitin wrote a great book called This is Your Brain on Music (daniellevitin.com) which is all about how we process music.

Then there is the area of music therapy and the brain, which is about how we can use music to assist people who have had brain injuries, physical trauma or have been born with a disability, to improve their physical and cognitive function.

More: ed.ted.com | Lesson: Anita Collins | Animation: Sharon Colman Graham