Photo: Ozas Raj Shrestha

3 PM | 22 September 2022 | Moksh, Jhamsikhel

The two experts, Professor Martin Zenker and Ms. Mandukhai Tugstoktokh will be providing information, insights and practical tips about possible avenues of funding for bands and professional musicians.

In addition they will be sharing their comprehensive experience and give practical tips in the field of festival organisation and tournee planning.

2 PM | 26 December 2021 | Moksh, Jhamsikhel

This workshop focuses on individuals' approach to music teaching in the classroom. Music is being transmitted and understood through various means. To be able to expand the musical abilities of the learners is the key for the facilitator. This workshop will allow participants to be able to add more to their unique teaching style to make it more engaging for both the facilitators and the learners.

1 PM | 27 November 2021 | Quixote's Cove, Jawalakhel

Where do you begin on a journey to create not just "folk music", but meaning for yourself and for a larger indigenous community? Join Pushpa Palanchoke as she discuss action research, an intriguing method of approaching indigenous music traditions. Recognize some important projects that you can start within or near your community by learning about the ecology of indigenous music.

3 PM | 30 October 2021 |, Jhamsikhel

In this workshop learn various technical and non-technical aspects of documenting music within a culture in phases of pre-production, production and post-production. The process and the importance of participatory observation during such documentation will be explored. All aspiring and practising documentary film-makers, photographers and music researchers are encouraged to apply.

3 PM | 28 September 2021 | EITV HQ, Bhotahiti

This is an introductory hands-on style workshop for setting up a DIY studio at home for audio recording and music making purposes. Rajan Shrestha (Phatcowlee) will guide you through the steps of setting up your home studio, equipment hacks and basic recording techniques using industry standard softwares.

3 PM | 27 June 2020

Learn how to get your music heard by more people via streaming, digital distribution, sync licensing and Youtube monetization.This workshop will explain the process of uploading and distributing music to platforms like Apple, Spotify etc via a platform like CD Baby, As well as showcase other promotional and monetization tools like pre-save Spotify campaigns, advertising, Youtube monetization,content ID and more. This workshop will be helpful to artists, artist managers, labels and more.

22 February 2020 | Music House, Kirtipur

Being in the music industry, there are many important aspects of music than just its creation and performance. There’s so much yet to do to establish ourselves in this industry, to go beyond our comfort zones, and tap into our unexplored potential by understanding how others around the world are doing it.