Child's Play (India) Foundation

World Busk!

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

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A Traveller’s Guide to Busking: David Juritz at TEDxSPS

David Juritz, the founder of Musequality, is a huge source of inspiration and support for us at Child’s Play (India) Foundation.
Here is a video that explains why.


It is fair to say that had he not embarked on his remarkable “Round the World and Bach”

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We’re now in Bangalore!

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

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And now…. Keyboard!

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

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Franz Liszt birth bicentenary event: What Liszt did for us

22 October 2011, 5 pm
Fundação Oriente premises, Fontainhas Panjim Goa India

This audio-visual presentation takes you on a pilgrimage through Liszt’s life and work, and culminates with an analysis and screening of his compositions which include his monumental B minor piano sonata and his symphonic poem Mazeppa.

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