S.A.M opens admissions for Fall 2016 semester

Learn from the multi-Grammy award winner and Berklee Grads now at S.A.M.

Mumbai:Swarnabhoomi Academy of Music (S.A.M.), Asia’s premier college forcontemporary music invites applications from aspiring musicians for the Fall 2016 semester on various programs in music performance and music production. These fully residential programs will provide an opportunity for the students to master their skills with renowned masters of the field.

As a part of the Fall 2016 semester, S.A.M. renders an opportunity to the students to interact and learn from multi-Grammy award winning mix engineer, Thomas   Juth (Sweden) and degree   holders from Berklee College of Music, Esther Rojas (Colombia) and Luiza Sales (Brazil). The   other internationally acclaimed artists in the faculty board include Sid Jacobs (USA), Karina Colis (Mexico) -Drums, Pedro Carneiro Sliva (Brazil) – Piano, Dr. M. Lalitha (India)Dean – IndianMusic Program, Umayalpuram Mali (India) Carnatic Percussion and Sreyas Narayanun (India)Carnatic Voice.

The application window for the Fall 2016 batch will be open till 30 th July’16. The course  scheduled to begin in        the month of August offers a competitive fee structure for the fall program inclusive of tuition fee, food and accommodation in fully furnished service  apartments.

The courses offered as part of the Fall 2016 are:

One Year Diploma in Music Performance·

Two Year Diploma in Music Performance·

Single Semester Certificate Program in Music Performance·

One Year Diploma in Music Production· & Technology

Four Year Bachelor·& Degree in Music Performance (in association with McNally Smith  College of Music, Minnesota, USA)

Indian Music Program – 10 week Certificate·

Foundation Music Program – 10 week Certificate·

Recognizing the need to understand the various nuances of Indian music, S.A.M has also introduced a one of its kind Indian Music Program spear headed by Dr. M. Lalitha, renowned violinist. The course will offer intensive training on Carnatic and Hindustani music.


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