Educationists all over the world always valued aesthetics and fine taste & feelings while designing an educational curriculum. They also put emphasis on the importance of joy and freedom of expression. In the hardcore structure of Macaulay’s education scheme for colonial India and generally in the approach to education in the Industrial Era these factors were woefully neglected. All forward looking schools have brought training of finer senses to the fore. Music curriculum at Candor is a vital part of this process. The school has the facility for learning vocal music, a variety of instruments and percussions. The students are given complete freedom to choose the discipline they want. Professionally trained teachers guide the students and once their talents are identified, build them up in the right direction. The Candor students regularly appear for the Trinity College Examination for music.