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All students are trained in the 5 keys areas of muscianship

1 / Technique 

Technique refers to the physical skills required to play your instrument proficiently. It involves mastering various finger movements, hand positions, and coordination.

2 / Theory

Music theory provides the foundation for understanding how music works. It involves concepts such as scales, chords, keys, and harmonic progressions.

3 / Aural Skills

Aural skills focus on developing the ability to hear and recognize musical elements such as melodies, intervals, chords, and rhythms by ear.

4 / Sight Reading

Sight reading involves the ability to read and interpret music notation in real time. It encompasses reading sheet music, understanding rhythm, and translating it into playing the instrument.

5 / Performance

Performance focuses on the art of presenting music to an audience. It involves developing stage presence, musical interpretation, and effective communication through the instrument.


Progress is tracked in 9 levels 

The number of lessons indicated in the following table is subject to variation. Students may require additional classes if their attendance is irregular and if practice is not consistent. Conversely, the number of lessons needed may decrease if students display a strong passion for the instrument and diligently practice on their own between lessons. Progress and proficiency in learning the instrument are influenced by factors such as dedication, practice routine, and engagement with the material.

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