Artium Academy raises $3 million in financing via Chiratae Ventures, others

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Artium Academy recently announced that it had received $3 million from a round of funding which was led by tech-focused venture capital company Chiratae Ventures. 

The Mumbai-based startup has been joined by Warner Music India and Global Music Junction (GMJ) to create music-related content that is unique to its maestros, teachers and students under its brand name Artium Originals.

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The co-founders are Ashish Joshi, Vivek Raicha and Nithya Sudhir, Artium Academy operates as an online education and community platform. It provides music education with modern techniques and technologies to offer a superior performance and learning experiences to students. The courses are developed and approved by musicians like Sonu Nigam KS Chithra Shubha Mudgal Aruna Sairam Louis Banks, Gino Banks, Raju Singh, and Aneesh Pradhan. Voice specialist Ananth Vaidyanathan is chief of the pedagogy department at Artium.

We believe that performing arts for Indians who live in the United States and abroad is an important market that can be addressed that is age-free also. Artium’s depth of teaching with a technology-first approach to construct an adaptable learning and performance platform that stands apart from other horizontal extracurricular platforms.

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