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There are a multitude of reasons to learn guitar, aside the obvious burning desire to be heard and admired for a skill that seems so out of reach for most people. We don’t all crave to play guitar night after night to a crowd of adoring fans screaming our name; some of us want to learn to play for another reason.

Guitar offers a creative outlet with an endless stream of new things to learn, which in turn carves out your unique sound. If you are not known for being the most vocal person in your circle of friends, then perhaps guitar is your megaphone, and your way of speaking a thousand words with just a handful of notes.

Learning guitar is also often cited as a form of relaxation for many people because of the therapeutic nature of the instrument. When you learn guitar you can allow yourself to fully focus on one thing, and have a mini escape from the pressures of your everyday life. When you look at one of the most popular demographics of people learning guitar, you find that it is men over 40 who work full-time. These are people who are looking for a break from their job, and a little bit of alone time from their family. These are also people who are looking for a nostalgic experience as they work towards playing their favourite song from Rush, The Rolling Stones, or The Doors.

Faculty: Rachit Sachdeva

Rachit is a graduate in GIT from the Musicians Institute , Los Angeles ,California [ 2008 – 2009 ]. He is also a very well known guitar teacher in Mumbai . Playing for the last 11 years , he is the founder / composer / lyricist / guitarist of the progressive rock outfit – Symphony Novel. The project started in 2012 and in 2013 the debut album ARIA was launched . The album has got amazing reviews from Webzines like RSJ – Delhi , All About the Rock – UK , Sea of Tranquility – New York and Empire Music Magazine , Germany. Symphony Novel released a single ” Ethereal Ash” in 2014 which won the Akademia Music Awards , USA in 2015.

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1 month, 1 session, 3 months, 6 months


Mondays & Wednesday 8:30 – 9:30 pm