Over the years, Child’s Play India has been featured in many national and international publications. In the past few months, we have been written about in The Hindu newspaper, which is a national newspaper widely read across the country. This brought us a fair bit of attention in South India,
David Juritz is a remarkable individual on so many levels. Born in Cape Town South Africa, he won a scholarship to study at London’s Royal College of Music, where he won all the major prizes for violin, including the college’s highest award, the Tagore Medal.
On leaving the RCM, he
We’re hiring! Please contact us if you are interested in auditioning for a music teacher vacancy with Child’s Play (even after the dates mentioned in the advertisement).
For the fifth year, we are participating in Musequality‘sWorldBusk to raise awareness and funds for Child’s Play and charities like us. This year, we have two events, so please join us for an evening of lovely music and camaraderie.
Friday 14th June, 5 pm at Literati Bookshop, Calangute, featuring a
We’re thrilled to announce that we’ve now got a music project in Bangalore (Bengaluru)! We’ve got a violin teacher giving weekly lessons to a group of children at Abhayadhama, a charity in Whitefield!
And by the end of this month, we’ll hopefully have a music project in Mumbai as
On 8 August 2012, we began keyboard lessons for the kids at Hamara School.
It’s funny how one thing leads to another:
A lot of our recorder students used to enjoy the singing sessions that went along with learning their instrument. They literally begged
We are delighted to announce that we now have a girls choir led by the very experienced and capable Jean Kalgutkar. Our first lesson at Hamara School took place on Monday.
Jean has been training choirs for decades and still teaches at the Kala Academy. We are delighted to have
We are delighted to announce that Child’s Play has signed up with the UK’s ‘Virgin Money Giving‘ website to give our supporters in the UK an easy and effective way to donate.
If you are in the UK, you can donate here. All donations will go to Musequality UK, who are
2012 has begun well for Child’s Play. Renowned soprano Patricia Rozario and her pupils Susanna Hurrell and Joanne D’Mello, along with pianist Mark Troop gave a wonderful concert (‘The Stunning Stratospheric Sopranos‘) in aid of our charity. The evening was magical and is still being talked about. Thanks to ProMusica