Studies have revealed that children who learn a musical instrument have increased skills in mathematics, language and cognition. Music tuition instills confidence, self-discipline and harnesses creativity.
Music is central part of our lives and brings so much happiness. By playing music, it gives students a chance to have an emotional and creative outlet.
Playing an instrument is an excellent source of pleasure and fulfilment and can provide a deep sense of satisfaction.
Recommended for beginner students and for students completing AMEB Preliminary.
Recommended for intermediate students, and for students completing AMEB levels 1 - 3.
Recommended senior students, and for students completing AMEB levels 4 - 5.
Recommended for students completing AMEB level 6 and above. 60 minute for private instrument lesson, followed by a 30 minute theory lesson. These two lessons can also be spread throughout the week.
Violin is the most popular instrument in the String Family. It is a high pitch sounding instrument.
Viola is an instrument of the string family, larger than the violin and tuned a fifth lower.
The cello has been described as the closest sounding instrument to the human voice. It is a low pitch sounding instrument.
The piano provides both melody and harmony, therefore it can be played solo without any accompaniment.
Music theory is understanding how and why the notes on the page appear. It is the rules to music. For a practical AMEB Grade 5 exam, you need to have completed AMEB Theory Level 1.
Improving your listening and aural skills: perception of pitch, stimulation of short and longer term memory, feel for rhythm, and a multiple intelligences approach to harmonic perception.