"After Silence, that which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible is music. Music is everybody's possession..."
Music actually improves communication and brings about integration between the right and left sides of the brain, leading the way to better comprehension and memorization skills. In Shalom Hills, the universal language of music is taught through instrumental and vocal music classes which form a staple part of the syllabus as well as an integral part of the school programmes. In the school, trained music teachers teach valuable lessons of reverence to God, love, brotherhood, unity, harmony and patriotism through a repository of soulful and uplifting songs.
Shalom Hills offers music syllabus, classes, activities and programs from Pre-Primary to Senior Graders which includes individual lessons, group lessons, and assemblies, student monitoring and intergenerational programs.
The whole purpose of integrated music classes is to make students understand the importance of life. A little motivation and inspiration from time to time helps the children to navigate through the small and large hurdles that they might encounter on their journey.
"If you do not hope, you will not find what is beyond your hopes."
To make students understand our values and that Indian music is one of the oldest musical traditions in the world, classical is a staple fix in the music syllabus.
The idea of being patriotic is close to our hearts and an expression of patriotism through music has always had a strong significance in our freedom struggle. The purpose of Music Program in Shalom Hills is to make sure that our students feel inspired about their country, build up nationalistic pride and to provide a common idea which all members of a society may call their own.
"Patriotism is not outbursts of emotion, but tranquil & steady dedication of a lifetime."
Prayer songs and devotional music teaches the students to pay reverence to God each day, exhorts them to rejoice in his blessings and reminds them to be grateful for all that the Lord has given them.
"Prayer is exhaling the spirit of man and inhaling the spirit of God."