SPRING 2015 D’ADDARIO GUITAR SCHOLARSHIP WINNER: Janvi Anand

Guitar Program Chair Stig Mathisen with Janvi Anand

Guitar Program Chair Stig Mathisen with Janvi Anand

Talented guitarist Janvi Anand has been named as winner of the spring 2015 D’Addario Guitar Scholarship. Coming to Musicians Institute from New Delhi, India, she possesses an array of guitar playing skills with a focus on popular music styles.

Janvi decided to attend MI’s Guitar Program because “MI seems to be a great package full of resources and opportunities. I would really want to grab them all. MI gives me the options and the flexibility to learn anything and everything required to be a good contemporary musician.”

She sees her education as an important key to achieving her career goals.  She shared “I wish to be an independent artist. I have tried to work on being a multi instrumentalist and have been working much on my vocals and songwriting to help form a complete package. Who doesn’t want to make it big as an artist? Also, I run a small music school back home. I wish to take it to greater heights and improve the quality of music education.”

Everyone at MI welcomes Janvi to the Guitar Program at MI, and congratulates her on winning this very prestigious award!

Special thanks to our longtime industry partner, D’Addario Strings and The D’Addario Music Foundation for generously sponsoring this scholarship, which helps to provide talented students like Janvi with the support, tools and recognition they need to launch successful and creative careers in the music industry.

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