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Eeshaan Govil (August 2016-17)

The one year at SACAC was the year of my life that I would barely want to change anything about. I am a more evolved and aware human being post SACAC. The amount of individual attention one gets here is exceptional and probably why the sense of belonging develops through the course of the year. Without a doubt, SACAC provided me with sufficient knowledge, reassurance and belief to be ready to step into the outside world and try and do well in this not so conventional vocation. Today, each day I strive to become a better sound and music professional as well as a better human being and a huge part of that is the time I spent at SACAC especially the latter.

I joined The Piano Man Jazz Club as a live sound engineer after SACAC. I got to work with artists from all around the world playing different genres of music and got to work with instruments I didn't know existed. I have composed and produced music for a travel documentary, and did sound design and background music for two short films.