Guitar Program Chair Stig Mathisen (l.) with Shubham Chaudhary (rt.)

Guitar Program Chair Stig Mathisen (l.) with Shubham Chaudhary (rt.)

Musicians Institute and the Musicians Foundation are pleased to announce that Shubham Chaudhary is the recipient of the fall 2016 Melodic Soloing Scholarship.  

Shubham comes to MI’s Guitar Program from Delhi, India with ten years of playing experience and in possession of solid melodic soloing skills with a specialization in progressive metal and ambient music styles.

While studying at MI, he plans to focus on “learning a lot of new ways to perceive the instrument that is guitar, and to enhance my skill set as a guitarist.”

When asked why he chose to study at MI he added “I chose MI because it’s known to be one of the best guitar schools in the world and a lot of my favorite musicians have graduated from MI.”

His professional goals and aspirations include “becoming a better musician, to be able to collaborate with other musicians, make a band that I can tour with and make music that can be appreciated. That’s pretty much I what I want to do for the rest of my life; to grow into a sound musician and make music a living.”

Everyone at MI congratulates Shubham on winning this very prestigious scholarship award, and we welcome him as he begins his studies and the many great experiences ahead at MI!

Special thanks to an anonymous MI Guitar Program alumnus (GIT class of 1980) for generously sponsoring this scholarship, which helps to provide talented students like Shubham with the support, tools and recognition they need to launch successful careers in the music industry.

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