Learn Guitar, Piano, Vocal, Drums and Bass in Lucknow

Learn guitar, piano, vocal, drums and bass in lucknow

Published: June 11 for Nitin  

Uttar Pradesh


Welcome to RR World of Music, the 1st Professional Music School in Lucknow,,  affiliated to Trinity College, London.

RR World of Music is an organization devoted to educate, train, and develop students to excel in music as a career and provide the right platform with the right media to help the students grow better as Musicians. We also help our students to appear for the Grade examinations conducted by Trinity College, London.

We are a complete music school for all age groups, courses varying from Basic Elementary to Intermediate to Advanced Learning. We offer lessons taught by professionally trained instructors of all the respective instruments (Vocal (Indian Classical and Western Classical), guitar,  piano,  Violin, Bass, Drums and Recorder.), who give individual lessons as well as group classes based upon the musical skill levels of the students.

RR World of Music is a Music solution, where you can quench your desire to play different musical instruments in a couple of months. If you are inclined towards the art of music, RR World of Music is apt for you to get personalized training for Elementary, Intermediate and Advanced courses in various instruments and subjects, that help in creating and playing music.

You will encounter with innovative and interactive methods of teaching that will make you feel the vibe of a live instrument. You will gain professional skills to nurture your inherent talents. You will understand the proper motive i.e. not only playing music with your instruments but manifesting the importance and beauty of art in life.

If you are a Music lover, this place is for you, doesn 't matter how young or old you are !!! :D :D
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