C# See Sharp: Creativity Workshop For Young Musicians And Performing Artists

Italian pianist Gloria Campaner is conducting a two day online workshop, one dedicated to instrumentalists and another dedicated to all the artistes.The details are as following:

Day 1: This workshop focuses on the piano and other instruments including voice (accompanied by pianists). Each musician should prepare a piece of 5 minutes with their instrument or a song (for vocalists). Gloria Campaner will give constructive feedback and guidance to allow each participating musician to find their individual path to their own creative expression.
Date: 20th June 2020
Time: 3 pm onwards
To register yourself, please follow the link below:


Day 2: A special workshop meant for musicians, artists, stage performers and all those who want to improve their public speaking and presentation skills and want to overcome the psychological barrier of facing the stage.
Date: 21st June 2020
Time: 3 pm onwards
To register yourself, please follow the link below:



In collaboration with the Neemrana Music Foundation, the Italian pianist Gloria Campaner will hold an intense collective workshop on free lateral thinking, music creativity and stage fear control, through the practice of different breathing technics and brainstorming exercises, yoga basics, telepathy training, freestyle playing and expressive performing laboratory. The aim is to prepare young performers to face the stressful situations occurring in a musician’s life and career, and to help them leaving back the comfort zone of traditional music education, in order to welcome new experimentations.The workshop will take place on 18th December, from 3 pm to 6 pm, at the Neemrana Music Foundation, A-58, East Nizamuddin, 110013 – New Delhi, in collaboration with the Italian Embassy Cultural Centre, and is open to artists of all classes, age and level. To reserve a post, please contact The Neemrana Music Foundation, writing an email to tnmf.music@gmail.com.

Da Caelis Choir Workshop and Performance

The Neemrana Music Foundation continues its path of providing singers in India a world class learning experience by inviting a French ensemble – Da Caelis (www.decaelis.fr) to teach and perform in Delhi this time. You can be a part of this program as a choir singer, who will be performing at the Lotus Temple on 13th of August 2019. As this an educational program that aim towards providing singers with a new learning experience, this will be an unpaid event. We sincerely hope that this would not stop you from participating in this unique event. The rehearsals will be held at A-58, East Nizamuddin starting from 21st July on every Sunday from 5:00 to 6:30 pm.
The entire program is about 1 hour and 15 minutes long and choir’s part is about 25 minutes, out which 20 minutes is a smart-vox music which is an exciting and new style of performing polyphonic music using modern technology. This you will be taught by the composer himself. To give you an idea of uniqueness, simplicity and the way to prepare the music, i am putting the composer’s message to singers below.
”In general, the idea is that the singers should imitate more what they hear rather than what is written. On the other hand, when nothing is written, what is heard is just a cue, prompting for what comes next, therefore it should not be sung. The singers don’t need to learn the piece by heart since the phones will prompt them their lines during the performance”
Here is the recording of the piece
Here are the parts of for each voice (the choir is divided in 12 voices):
For the rest 5 minutes of the performance, you will prepare 2 songs separately (please write to us for scores of these)
All singers will be required to bring either a smartphone or a tablet.
The complete schedule is as below:
(The venue for the rehearsals is A-58 East Nizamuddin)
21st July: 5 – 6:30 pm
28th July: 5 – 6:30 pm
4th August: 5 – 6:30 pm
9th August: 6:30 – 8:30 pm
10th August (*rehearsal will be at the Lotus temple): 4 – 6:30 pm
11th August: 4 – 6:30 pm
12th August: 6:30 – 8:30 pm
To confirm your participation or for any other details, please write to us at tnmf.music@gmail.com

Classical Music of Italy

The Neemrana Music Foundation in collaboration with Italian Embassy Cultural Centre, New Delhi and The Blind Relief Association, New Delhi organized a presentation of Classical Music of Italy. The Presentation was led by Ms. Daniela Dolce (Singer) and her ensemble of three highly talented musicians from Italy.
– Teresa Dereviziis, Violin
– Daniele Biagini, Piano
– Daniele Borgognoni, Percussion

The presentation was a huge success with the artists performing for the audience which included children, faculty and the Neemrana Children Choir of the Blind Relief Association and children from Sanjay Camp who are a part of our latest project “Bows Up” which is in collaboration with “Light Up (Emotions Matter Foundation)”. The Children had a great interaction session with the artists followed by a sing along session. The children from Sanjay camp who are learning Violin also enjoyed and interacted with Ms. Teresa Dereviziis.


Jasmin Martorell – July 2019

Jasmin Martorell is back in India for an opera voices training workshop. Students of Western classical music, professional / trained singers in India, beginners who want to discover their voice will be welcomed to his group voice session.


Tariff – INR 300

Venue – A-58, East Nizamuddin

Date & Time – 17th July 2019, 6:30-7:30 pm

To Register, please send a confirmation mail to tnmf.music@gmail.com

More informations about Jasmin Martorell

Teacher and TNMF reserve the right to cancel classes of the students that are not respecting punctuality. Each class booked and non un-booked before 12AM the day before has to be paid.

Bows on the way!

We are overjoyed to announce our new collaboration with Light Up

We have started a new project for teaching the violin to children from the Sanjay Camp Community.

Light Up has been running multiple programs now in Sanjay Camp and this happened to be the first standalone project on music.

The Neemrana Music Foundation sponsors the whole project comprising: purchase of violins, a weekly collective class of music, a weekly individual violin class, and the fee for ABRSM exams as and when a pupil is ready.

Musical practice helps gain confidence and awareness of culture, we expect that this project will favour social integration of underprivileged children.

The children will build a valuable and much sought-after skill that will give them access to jobs as music teachers in schools: this is possible once they reach Grade 5 in the ABRSM* exams (5-7years).

* ABRSM (Association Board of Royal School of Music)


Voice lessons by Robert Alderson

26th March to 6th April
Italian, German & English répertoire
👉 Open to singers beetween 18 to 28 years’old
👉 Fee: 1000 INR / hour – 2 hours max
👉 Final schedule & scholarship results will be shared by email

Robert Alderson studied singing at the RNCM with the late Frederic Cox. On leaving College, he joined Scottish Opera for three years after which he returned to Manchester to study for his PGCE in Secondary Education, which he gained with distinction. Within a year of qualifying, he was promoted to Head of Music in a large comprehensive school. Many of his pupils went on to study singing at some of Britain’s major conservatoires. Several of these young singers have since joined some of the most important opera houses worldwide. The Spectator Magazine comments:
“…it is highly unusual to find someone with the acute ear of Robert Alderson, he was responsible for encouraging a whole generation of singers now making successful careers at English Nation Opera “
Robert joined the teaching staff at the RNCM in 1986, and during his time as a senior lecturer he has produced some of the college’s most important alumni from the vocal studies department, including Christine Rice, Alice Coote, Rafael Rojas, John Daszak and Ashley Holland. As well as working singers, many of his past students have progressed to important administrative positions within music colleges and opera houses.
Robert is much in demand as a singing teacher, and has a highly regarded international profile with singers traveling to work regularly with him from Poland, Belgium, Switzerland, as well as established English- based singers.
Robert was vocal consultant for setting up the Flanders Opera Studio in Ghent, and until recently held an adjunct professional chair at the Royal Flemish Conservatoire. He is still an adjunct Professor in the Conservatory in Krasnodar, Russia where he has been honoured with a Doctor of Culture and Arts by Russian State Federation after a series of masterclasses in the Conservertoire of Krasnodar and the Tchaikovsky Conservertoire in Moscow.
In 2008 he gave classes in Australia at The National Institute of the Arts. This led to an invitation for him to work with the young singers at WAPPA in Australia 2012. His international career takes him to Cairo where he works with both singing teachers and their students in the
Faculty of Music Education in Cairo, and in 2010 he was a member of the board at the First International Conference of Music and the Performing Arts held in Cairo. When in Cairo, he also works with the young artists in the Cairo Opera House. He has given classes in Delhi, India, and in the vocal department of the University of Connecticut. This last summer he taught in Venice and gave masterclasses in Cairo. This coming April he is scheduled to return to India to continue his work with the young singers in Delhi .
Students of Robert Alderson’s have progressed on to sing principal roles at many leading international opera and concert venues including: The Metropolitan Opera NY, Munich, La Scala, The Royal Opera, Glyndebourne English National Opera. Royal Festival Hall, Wigmore Hall and the Carnegie Hall USA.
Robert teaches each week in the vocal studies department at the National Conservatory of Music and Drama in Dublin. He is also a schools Governor for the Manchester Local Education Authority.