| 13 Jul 2024
GIMA brings in a special treat for music-lovers in 'GiMA 101 Lessons'

MUMBAI: The Global Indian Music Academy is all set to kick-start their exciting new digital initiative- 'GiMA 101 Lessons', which will feature leading Indian musicians such as Hariharan, Arijit Singh, Monali Thakur, Kanika Kapoor, Neha Kakkar, amongst many others who will be providing nuggets of wisdom to their fans, music enthusiasts and aspiring musicians all over the world to hone their skills! The initiative seeks to be a way to teach aspiring young artists to grow their talent from the personal experiences shared by these talented musical stalwarts.

Launched at the Sixth Gionee Colors GIMA Awards stage by Indian playback and ghazal singer Hariharan, this concept will showcase highly acclaimed artistes and musicians sharing their knowledge on how to better their skills with valuable tips and tricks as well as practice techniques which are of utmost importance to make it big in the music industry. With the first webisode all set to be released on 4 June, this series will be the beginning of an awe-inspiring journey through the life and lessons gained by some of the most renowned musicians in the industry.

Commenting on this remarkable initiative, Wizcraft International Director Sabbas Joseph said, “Every year with GiMA, we consistently recognize the hard work and achievements of the finest  talent is truly a blessing and thus the genesis of ‘GiMA 101 Lessons’ was designed as a way to bring together the Indian music fraternity closer to its fans. The series of webisodes is a great platform to reach out to all the music enthusiasts in a fun interactive manner and at the same time inspire budding musicians to follow their dreams.”

Similarly, introducing this new facet, Indian singer Hariharan said, "The idea behind ‘GiMA 101 Lessons’ is to teach aspiring musicians and fans about various aspects of music. Through this initiative, each of us from the music community will engage with those who are keen to nurture their skills for a career in music. This is surely going to be a great platform to encourage the next-gen musicians to not give up on their dreams and we all are very excited about sharing our first-hand experience with everyone.” (need approval on this)

Log on to the GiMA YouTube channel and watch leading musicians don the teachers’ hat and tutoring the young talent in the country and the world.