"Music gives a soul to the universe, wings to the mind, flight to the imagination and life to everything." ― Plato
Music education opens doors that help children pass from school into the world around them — a world of work, culture, intellectual activity, and human evolution. The future of our nation depends on providing our children with a complete education that includes music.
We at Ramagya believe that Music is “A Way of Communicating How We Feel. Music also helps people communicate how they feel inside when they just can’t find the words to say it… Music is important because music helps us find the words we can’t say.”Someone has rightly said that music is the food of the soul and a great source of peace and relaxation and that is what we exactly practice at Ramagya. Also, Ramagyans know that music is directly related to intellectual, emotional and social evolution. Learning music facilitates learning in other subjects and enhances skills that children inevitably use in other areas. Ramagyans are taught that lessons through music are very important for personal development — the power of practice, patience, and teamwork. Children learn to be creative and music can provide a great outlet for them. Here we try to adopt music in life. Some things are easy to correlate — for example, in English, writing essays and poetry are strongly linked to music and songwriting. Additionally, in Physics, concepts like resonance and frequency can be made easier using music as a parallel.
Music not only helps students to enhance their love for music but also helps them to focus on living with peace and harmony. We have a well-equipped music room where various western forms of music are being taught to the students. Besides vocal training, the students are also taught the use of Piano, Digital Casio, Trumpets, Acoustic Bass Guitars, Flutes, Audio Cubes, Drums, and the rest. Our students are encouraged to perform at the stage, and they participate not only at the state level but also at national level.
Music’s purpose is to express and modulate emotions. We use it to soothe, psych up, woo, enrage, sadden and cheer each other, or ourselves. In order to turn out the musical talent in students and to dynamize their interest Ramagya School has collaborated with Indian Idol Academy. We also have a separate space to practice Indian Music that nurtures the skills and talents of those students who love Indian music. This really is the most unique place in which to live and breathe music. Vocal as well as instrumental music training is given to the students and are taught not just pure classical, semi-classical, Bhajan, Alankar, etc. but are also taught how to use the various Indian musical instruments like Ektara, Sitar, Sarod, Santoor, Rudra Veena, Dholak, Tabla, Pakhavaj, Jal Tarang, Electronic Tanpura, Harmonium, Shehnai, Flute, and the rest.The Music Department is indeed a hub of activity, not only on the designated activity days/periods but through the week, as students follow up on lessons with solo practice and jam sessions.