The Education Guide is designed to help new music students find their passions and know how to follow them. The music instructor analyses the student's interests and natural abilities to guide them towards music styles, techniques, and instruments best suited for them. The guide is both the first stepping stone for a career in music, and an excellent way to discover what music has to offer.
This guide is available now and completely FREE for all ages. To get started, complete the Pre Education Questionnaire and send it to our email below. One of our experienced instructors will respond within 3 - 5 business days with your guide or follow-up questions.
Theory and Notation Studies provides students with the skills needed to read, write, and understand music notation. This course also advances sight-reading abilities.
World Music and Culture Studies educates students on the diverse individuals, groups, and music styles throughout the world. Students will learn about significant music events, developments, and their impact on the music industry.
By the end of this course, students will have a deep understanding of unique music styles and origins. This will develop the student's musical skills, knowledge, and attitude.
The Open Studies course is the student's opportunity to request a course unique to their skill level and interests. This may range from classical instruments to examination preparation, performance etiquette, music engineering, or even Suzuki Method exploration.