Edtech start-up Muzigal inaugurates music academy in Hyderabad

Muzigal, an edtech platform developed during the COVID-19 lockdown, has launched its first state-of-the-art music academy in Kompally, Hyderabad.

Located in Panchsheel Enclave, Kompally, the academy is spread over 1,500 sqft, providing a 360-degree solution in the music learning and teaching eco-system with online, offline and music instruments’ shop-front integrated into one platform.

Muzigal’s founder Dr. Lakshminarayana Yeluri said, “The Muzigal Academy builds on our mission of democratising music education by giving learners access to a state-of-the-art learning centre in their own community. This will represent the best learning and teaching experience one could hope for in music. It will cater to the widest range of courses in Indian classical and western music taught by expert music teachers. In addition to these, a structured curriculum, periodic assessments, certification, hybrid learning models, flexible fee payment plans, highly trained teachers, and easy access, make it learner-centric at heart.”

The institute has over 10,000 students spread across India, USA, UK, Australia, and UAE, supported by 300+ trained music teachers. Students can aspire for Trinity, RockSchool or Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) grade certifications.

Muzigal’s first academy epitomises and reimagines neighbourhood music academies with state-of-the-art infrastructure, wide choice of music courses, dedicated staff, trained teachers and a shop-front.

The edtech initiative was launched in 2020 by Yeluri, a serial entrepreneur and a music aficionado. Yeluri aims to democratise music education in India with the objective to make structured music education accessible and affordable to all. Muzigal is touted to be India’s first ‘phygital’ music ecosystem which allows students to pursue their passion online, offline or a combination of these options.

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