About us


Our Ethos and What we do

Our Ethos are important to us. We teach music and fine arts to all age groups through different mediums. 

Our aim is to instil a love for and enjoyment of music as well as bringing out the best from each student, challenging them to achieve the best they can. This informs our approach to teaching where we make our lessons friendly and fun (which makes for a more productive learning environment) whilst expecting effort and commitment from our students

Geetanjali Academy of Fine Arts is an organization that aims to provide education of music, performing arts and fine arts to children and adults across all age groups and reach out to people with special needs in London (UK). We conduct in-person lessons as well as online, Skype and over the phone to suit everyone's needs. 

Geetanjali one of its kind provides the primary or alternative career opportunity to the students that may have finished the formal training in the Academy.



"Evolving minds through music and arts"

Geetanjali's Mission is to reach out to the children at a younger age; adults, who did not get a chance to pursue music and arts when young, to realize their dreams and children who are suffering from ADHD. Everyone can have education of music and arts to unravel their potential.

Geetanjali has the vision to promote music, performing arts and crafts where cultural boundaries, demographics and age including special needs are not a restriction anymore.


Jayeeta Ghosh(Founder and Director)

Jayeeta Ghosh, founder and director of Geetanjali Academy of Fine Arts, is an well-known Hindustani classical music teacher and a talented performer who aspires to spread the joy of music and fine arts to everyone beyond any boundaries. She currently has a strong base of students in the UK from various age and walks of life. Jayeeta has conducted several recitals with her students and is also a member of the Youth Choir,England. As a performer she was  recently invited for a solo performance at Nehru Centre in London, the High commission of India in the UK,  at the Women in Music festival organised by Arts Council of England and SAMA Arts on 16th of May 2017. She was also felicitated at the House of Lords for her contribution towards music in the Harrow Area.

Prior to the UK, Jayeeta in her long stint stay in the USA, she was closely associated with India Centre of West Virginia. There she was able to form a smooth string of music classes, teaching fairly large number of students of ages ranging from 6 years to 50 years. Jayeeta's performances in the states of West Virginia and Ohio earned her a good name in the world of music. She worked with one of the leading pediatricians in Charleston, West Virginia, together they tried using music as an alternative therapy to treat children with special needs/ Autism.

While in India she taught music to local students and gained experience of teaching pupils from various walks of life. Jayeeta aims to use her expertise in reaching out to children and adults as well as pupils with special needs in the UK in order to enrich their experience in music.