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Dr L Subramaniam Foundation

Org #42799
Vetted since 2017
2005
year founded
$2,480
raised on GlobalGiving
11
months fundraising
1
projects funded

Mission

Music is an integral part of Indian culture, and often called the finest of fine arts. Teaching classical music to children is an important way in which traditional culture can be preserved and passed on to coming generations. Our vision is to build the entire ecosystem, which will professionalise and institutionalise music education in India. Our endeavour is to also create a healthy, independent and sustainable cultural music scene. The Sapa in schools program has acted as a change agent to make music accessible to all children in school, irrespective of economic, social, ethnic or religious background. Specifically, we provide free or subsidised music education to those children unabl... read more

Projects (1)

Project Leaders
Veena Anand
Veena Anand
Organization Information
http://subramaniamfoundation.org/
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No 103, 6th Cross, 3rd Main Road, RMV II Stage, Bangalore - 5600 94
Bangalore, 560094
India
+91 9663606060

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 5740903561
Organization Information
http://subramaniamfoundation.org/
Facebook Page
Twitter Profile
No 103, 6th Cross, 3rd Main Road, RMV II Stage, Bangalore - 5600 94
Bangalore, 560094
India
+91 9663606060

Bridge Registry   BRIDGE# 5740903561

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Jun 27, 2018
Music Education for underprivileged School Kids
The children of Government Higher Primary School, Immadihalli, were keenly observing the instrument that SaPa's Associate Dean Ambi Subramaniam was holding. When asked what instrument it was, they...
 
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