Nada Brahmananda School of Music offers instruction in musicianship and in the following instruments:

  • Piano
  • Double Bass
  • Voice
  • Harmonium
  • Violin

For more information or to schedule a lesson please contact Elektra at

                                Upcoming Event

East – West Music Day

Apr 29 @ 3:00 pm – 9:00 pm


एकं सद्विप्रा बहुधा वदन्ति

Ekam sat vipra bahudha vadanti—  “that which exists is One: sages call it by various names.”

Celebrating Unity in diversity through music with classical piano music and classical Indian Pakistani music.

  • 3:00pm Alex Etherington, classical piano.
    • Beethoven, Piano Sonata No. 26 Op. 81a
    • Ravel Miroirs
    • Brahms Op. 76, Acht Klavierstucke
  • 4:30pm open masterclass with Elektra Schmidt, Director of Music YSSF.
    • Delve deeper into the mastery of classical piano as Elektra and Alex discuss these great works.
  • 6:30pm workshop with Call of the Beloved
    • Raags of Hindustani classical music, the Taals (rhythms) of the Tabla, and the ways in which these intertwine to become Kiirtan, Bhajan, and Qawwali.
  • 7:30pm Call of the Beloved (Indian Classical Pakistani Music)
    • Join us for a night of devotional music from India and Pakistan by the students of the Nizami School of Music:
      • Tabla – Raviteja Nulu , Harmonium/ singers – Sucharit Katyal, Srajan Bhagat, Anuj Pandey

This evening will be a meditation on the qualities of sound as a vessel to connect us with the Beloved.

All events are free of charge.

Donations are welcome. All funds will go towards the expansion of the music program at YSSF.