Being into music education for long helped us interact with music enthusiasts around the world. In the process, we have been able to create a big team of passionate and experienced musicians in our large pool of music masters. We are happy to provide you with an opportunity to interact with the master of your choice.
Group sessions are the best option for a beginner where one gets an opportunity to learn with a group of enthusiasts at similar level and interest. Group sessions also provide one with an opportunity to learn from exchange of knowledge within the group. It also provides an opportunity to jam within the batch mates.
For students interested in enrolling for a long-term curriculum, we have Grade Exam Program (GEP) and Executive Flexi Program (EFP). Preparation for grade exam certification program is done through Rock School London and Trinity College London curriculum. Executive Flexi Program is suitable for working professionals.
Acoustic Guitar is the most sought after instrument for multiple reasons, and the most prominent being the bright and mellow sound of the steel strings. It is a good companion for singing along or for making a nice cover of the song.
Classical Guitar has its own class and reasons for people choosing it as their primary instrument. The nylon strings are gentler to fingers for a beginner, and sounds perfect with both finger picking or strumming. Nice and fast Spanish-inspired strumming patterns and intricate classical compositions sound good on Classical Guitar.
Invented in 1932, Electric Guitar is an obvious choice for people who love soloing and creating processed and distorted sounds out of the guitar to play their favorite rock song or to play their favorite solo. During the 1950s and 60s, the electric guitar became the most important instrument in popular music.
They say its difficult to find a good bassist, the reason being not many opt for Bass Guitar against the Electric Guitar. Having said that, Bass Guitar is the most important instrument in a Band and binds the band together. Above all, if played well, it sounds amazing.
This cute-little Hawaiian instrument is a powerhouse if you can tame it properly. It sounds amazing, either you are strumming it or playing a lead. We call it a Gateway Instrument. It can be a gateway for people who would like to gradually move to Guitar, which has additional 5 frets and 2 extra strings.
Violin is a beautiful 4-stringed instrument and one of the oldest string instruments still in use. Creates an amazing and often melancholic yet romantic sound. The strings are usually tuned in perfect fifths making it a perfect sound wooden hollow instrument. Plays a very prominent role in classical music.
Piano is a shortened form of Pianoforte and invented around 1700. Piano is one of the most sought after instruments in modern instruments. It is a very famous accompaniment instrument for a singer, after guitar. Considered very helpful for a child's brain development along improved reflexes and attention span.
Electronic keyboard is different from a piano in terms of playing technique, number of octaves, size and feel of the keys among other aspects. It comes with inbuilt presets, voices and patches which makes it easier to play as a single-person band. Good instrument and close relative of a piano.
Also called a drum set or trap set is a prominent member of a percussion family. The kit itself is so welcoming, no one can stop but try hit it once. It has a very important stage presence and forms an integral part of the band. It helps in improving reflexes and is a proven stress buster.
Again both are part of the percussion family. Cajón is a Cuban instrument, looks modern but it was invented around 1600s. The Cajón is becoming rapidly popular in modern day music and is a good percussion accompaniment for a solo guitarist/vocalist. Djembe, originated is Western Africa, can produce a wide variety of sounds, making it a most versatile drum. It is very loud, allowing it to be heard clearly as a solo instrument over a large percussion ensemble.
Music theory is the basis of any music including silence and the way it is extrapolated with the help of music notations. Because of the ever-expanding conception of what constitutes music, a more inclusive definition could be that music theory is the consideration of any sonic phenomena, including silence, as they relate to music. Theory explains the building blocks of music and music education is incomplete without understanding the building blocks of music.
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