Kalabhumi Music Studio is a music rehearsal space for Aurovilians and their guests. It is open 7 days a week and is used by a large number of bands, individuals as well as teachers and their students. The building supports mainly amplified music, but is also used by other acoustic groups such as choirs and other similar ensembles.
Built in 2002 the building features full acoustic sound treatment designed by Didier Weiss at Sound Wizard. The rehearsal hall is also fully equipped with a full sound system and mixing desk, acoustic and electric pianos, drums sets and many other tools necessary for bands to practice and perform.
Attached to the building are also two open air amphitheatres. One is situated directly behind the building for smaller and more informal concerts, and the other adjacent one is for large-scale events.
In addition to being a place of work, Kalabhumi studio is a focal point for artists within the community to meet and collaborate. The studio also has a team that is fully involved with numerous music projects and performances, the coordination of visiting artists and the organization of concerts at other venues within Auroville.