Aug. 3, 2010
-- Eastern Fare makes it to the top for the second time at the Trinity College London Theory Exam for Music Education. With a cent percent pass percentage, the institute re-affirmed its position as one of the finest Institutes for Music in Bangalore. Majority of the appearing candidates scored 80% and above, while fourteen of the students who had appeared for the exam from Eastern Fare earned a distinction with a score of 87% and above. Nafeesa Fathima majoring in Guitar, scored the highest total in the city of Bangalore with an outstanding 98%, followed by Vijay Pazhani(97%), Anjali Devangan(97%)
, Ashwani Raj(97%), Udaya K(97%), Harsh Khanna(96%), Baskar Babu(93%) and Rashi Jain(93%). The examination was conducted at the Good Shepherd’s Convent, Bangalore, reputed for its excellence in Western Music education.
Eastern Fare Music Foundation is a music institution and a production house in Bangalore, Karnataka, India. The institute provides training for instrumental music in Western Classical music and contemporary style. It started early in 2007 with Assamese musician Jim Ankan Deka with the intention to promote western classical music, and at the same time, spread the message of oneness and harmony across the country. In today's date the institute has six branches in the states of Karnataka, Assam and Meghalaya and provides training to over a thousand students. In 2009, Eastern Fare Music Foundation opened a club known as Eastern Fare Music Club, in the city of Bangalore for the music enthusiasts, which includes a library, a jamming room, a semi acoustic music studio and a discussion room. Teachers and students of this school believe that music can bind people emotionally and bring peace to the society.