Where It All Began
Harmoniverse was conceptualised in November 2019, when Founder, Anannya Sarkar was exploring quality private music education in the UK, and uncovered that there was an ever-increasing demand for affordable private music education, but a genuine lack of access to good music instructors. A lot of thought went into establishing a sustainable business model that would solve the problems of accessibility and affordability of music learning globally. Although Harmoniverse started off with a single discipline- Indian Classical Music (Vocals, Percussions and Flute), it quickly branched out to cover various styles and genres- Classical/Rock and Pop/Contemporary.
Harmoniverse is now trusted by 500+ students in UK Mainland across Classical and Contemporary Indian and Western Music and has grown by leaps and bounds over the last 3 years, and has achieved several milestones
April 2020- Indian Classical Music Wing endorsed by Padmashree awarded musicians(Highest President's Civilian award-India).
June 2020- Indian Classical Music maiden production- SURANJALI concert Online successfully covered in leading UK print media- The Asian Voice, Igobal News
July 2020- Largest ever online production in the UK - ANURAGINI curated by Harmoniverse and supported by Indian High Commission- UK and Netherlands.
Aug 2020-Launch of Western Music Curriculums for Guitar (Classical/Rock and Pop/Jazz) and Piano/Keyboards.
April 2021-Launch of Percussions(Acoustic/Electronic)
Mar 2022- Affiliation to Trinity College of Music, London for the Western Discipline.
June 2022- UK's largest ever ensemble fest- Harmoniverse Music Fest held at Richards Hall, The Abbey School, Reading.