Friday the 13th was not so spooky for Eastern Fare Music Foundation as its students shone bright with their fantabulous performances in in the annual Trinity Guildhall 2009.

All the students at the institution that appeared for the annual graded examinations for Western Classical music conducted in Good Sheppard Institute maintained an average of above 90 per cent.

The students of the Eastern Fare Music Foundation demonstrated remarkable expertise in their exams, delivering outstanding performances to achieve top grades.

Congratulations to Shreya Krishnaswami (98 per cent), Nimisha Krishnaswami (97 per cent), Aryan Shetty(93 per cent), V. Deepa (92 per cent) and Anand P.M. (96 per cent) for their performances.

Shreya Krishnaswami topped all the entrants from Bangalore with a scorecard of 98 per cent. Heartiest congratulations to her for such a significant achievement at such an early age.

The students will be receiving their credentials from Trinity College London and will be performing in St. Mark’s Hall, Bangalore on 28 November 2009 to mark the emergence of such a promising musical scenario in Bangalore.

Eastern Fare Music Institute practices a holistic approach to music education that encourages aspirants to consider music not just as a hobby but as a career. Its key focus areas are Guitar (Commercial and Classical Courses), Piano and Keyboard with periodic workshops on Vocals training and other instruments.

The institute nurtures over 1,000 budding musicians through comprehensive courses (theory and practical included) and a state-of-the-art jamming room with a recording studio. It is based out of Koramangala and has branches in HSR, Belndur and Vijaynagar.