Monday Forum - Can classical music go viral?

Sriram Emani

19th March 2018

Department of Media and Communication Studies

Can classical music go viral?

Yes, we need to rethink the format in which they are presented. How does IndianRaga help combine talent and publicity?

Join us for a talk with Sriram Emani, the Founder and CEO of IndianRaga on 19th March 2018, at 2.30PM

Sriram Emani  

Sriram Emani

  • MIT Sloan School of Management (2014), Siebel Scholar, Tata Fellow
  • IIT Bombay (2007): Co-launched SPICMACAY National Convention & Coordinator of India’s largest student cultural festival, Mood Indigo
  • Global Fellow with the International Society for the Performing Arts (ISPA)
  • Arts Entrepreneurship Award in 2015 by Fractured Atlas in New York
  • Started the marketing and business development team at National Center for Performing Arts (NCPA) in Mumbai & was Consultant to Disney Theatrical Group

About IndianRaga

A MIT-founded digital arts education startup, IndianRaga is is a platform for aspiring artists to explore their talent. It provides opportunities to focus on the presentation & performance of collaborations with high-quality audio-video production for digital channels. It operates in over 40 global cities, helping over 3000 artists learn, perform, collaborate and shine. IndianRaga’s Facebook page & YouTube channel is one of the most engaged social media platforms for Indian performing arts, with over 10 Million views in 2+ years.

IndianRaga has been recognised by iconic brands like the Lincoln Center, Chicago Cultural Center, MIT, NPR, Bank of Tokyo, KPMG etc.

The IndianRaga Fellowship is where highly talented people meet and collaborate. For details on the IndianRaga Fellowship, visit

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