Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Learn how to be a rockstar!

The YP Foundation


An interactive, multi-year workshop series for interested, upcoming and established young artistes that explore information, ideas and models that protect promote and publish Independent Music in India.

The programme aims to provide young people, specifically artists and students working with/interested in the field of independent music with training and skill development opportunities.

Register Now for workshops on Music production, promotion & marketing, protection and Education! Registrations are on a first come first serve basis.

Registrations and queries: http://www.theopenhouseseries.posterous.com/


Shubha Mudgal, Aneesh Pradhan, Vishal Dadlani (Pentagram), Uday Benegal (Indus Creed), Anup Kutty (Menwhopause), Mandar Thakur (Times Music), Prithwish Dev, Clarence Gonsalves, Gucci Singh, Surojit Dev (Them Clones), Gaurav Vaz (The Raghu Dixit Project), Anindo Bose (Advaita), Jishnu Das Gupta (Swarathma), Dhruv Jagasia (Manager - Indian Ocean & Midival Punditz), Ritesh Khokhar (Bridge Music Academy), Sahil Makhija (Demonic Resurrection), Neysa Mendes, Vijay Nair, Bobby Talwar (Only Much Louder), Arjun S Ravi (Indiecision), Vijay Kate, Shiv Ahuja, Abhish Mathew (HIT 95 FM)


Furtados, Underscore Records, Max Mueller Bhavan, Bluebells School International,

Bridge Music Academy, Only Much Louder, Max Muerller Bhavan, India Habitat Center

Media Partners:

Radio One, MTV Noise, NH7, Indiecision, Underground.in

Follow Us!

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/OHseries

Twitter: www.twitter.com/theypfoundation

The YP Foundation is a youth run and led organization that supports and enables young people to create programmes and influence policies in the areas of gender, sexuality, health, education, the arts & governance.

The organization promotes, protects and advances young people’s human rights by building leadership, and strengthening youth led initiatives and movements. Founded in 2002, we have worked over the last 8 years directly with 5,000 young people to set up over 200 projects in India, reaching out to 300,000 young people.

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