VIBRATION 314 – north Kashmir’s first music academy inaugurated at Sopore

Adnan Dar  |  922 Views

The first ever music academy was today inaugurated in Sopore town of Baramulla district. The music academy VIBRATION 314 is started by Tariq Ahmed, a former music teacher with MPhil degree Indian classical music. VIBRATION 314 is aimed to train students in various fields ranging from vocals to instruments.


Tariq Rasool, the owner of the new and first ever music academy of north Kashmir, described music as “the pinnacle of spirituality”. He said that by training students, the academy would help contribute to the world of music.


“Music is not just singing and dance, it is the education and should be taught like other regular subjects. Students of the academy would learn range of musical instruments besides learning vocals”, says Tariq Rasool




Tariq, a Prasar Bharti approved artist, has previously performed internationally at Austrialia, Sri lanka and Pakistan besides travelling throughout India. Earlier he was part of Kashmir’s first band Valley Boys and Jankar Beats of famous singer composer Shafi Sopori. 


VIBRATION 314 – Academy of Music is located opposite Kathi Junction Sopur near Sanctorum School Sopore. It was inaugurated by political activist and youth Congress spokesperson Sheikh Aamir. He was the chief guest on the occasion. Other dignitaries present were Shakir Ashraf chairman Sanctorum Institutes, Zahoor Hygami noted poet and president Bazme Adab Sangrama, Mohammad Ramzan administrator Sanctorum higher secondary school, JKTF general secretary Saleem Sagar besides a range of citizens and students.



Speaking on the occasion, Sheikh Aamir said that such institutes serve as a proper platform for the budding artists to harness and hone their talent.


“This is a courageous step to start a music academy in Sopore town. This academy should establish itself as a regular educational institute so that aspiring and budding artists get proper training and platform” Aamir said while addressing the gathering.


Speaking on the occasion, Chairman of Sanctorum Institutes Shakir Ashraf said that achievements shown by youngsters in the field of music and other activities are testimony to the talented pool of the north Kashmir. He exhorted upon the youth to get themselves into such institutes to develop their music skills.


The inaugural function was moderated by former Radio Jockey of FM Rainbow RJ Sahil Muzaffar.