Brhaddhvani’s cross-cultural program is rather to open the doors of performing musical traditions to each other in order that we grow together as one progressive world music culture with growing respect for each other. In making cultures cross, we recognise the spirit of the cultures in its movement.  It is not the study of cultures in a strictly Ethnomusicological theoretical sense. It is a practical and informal way of  spontaneous musical dialogue and interaction to inspire more serious study of each other’s music and culture. The strength of the program lies in the Indian musical tradition itself. Dr. Karaikudi Subramanian with his 9 generations of traditional music and his studies in Ethnomusicology at Wesleyan University brings a perspective which is traditional in its content but contemporary in its approach. The contemporariness is from the objectivity in music education through the COMET system of education. The result, the world’s musicians are able to quickly perceive the deeper aspects of the essentials in Indian music as a whole and Karnatak music in particular. The interactive practical work among the musicians helps build a corpus of interesting cross-cultural compositions. Our objective is to introduce some basic principles of music making as practiced in different cultures as part of a world music curriculum to be able to implement in schools.  We believe that the cross cultural musical interactions, when introduced as part education, would inspire children to participate in building a world society which would vibrate friendship and harmony.  COMET music education is dynamic on this account.