Level 1 is aimed mainly at students who have no background in music but also recommended for students who can play an instrument but are not aware of theoretical concepts. This course will ensure that a student is proficient with theory, develops a good ear and attains a certain level of comfort and competency with the instrument of choice. This course also serves as a refresher for students who haven’t been in touch with their instruments. The only prerequisite for this course is an interest in music.
Level 2 is aimed at students who are comfortable with their instrument, have a basic understanding of music theory and concepts, and want to improve as musicians. Students opting for a Level 2 course will have to present their skills in an audition where they will be assessed by the faculty. Then a customized course plan will be charted out for the student over the 10 weeks focusing on specific skills like ear training, songwriting, improvisation and music production.
The piano (and its contemporary descendant, the keyboard) have played a crucial part in all forms of Western music. With its substantial range of notes, and vast potential for melodic and harmonic interplay…
Perhaps no other instrument in the last five decades has been able to capture the imagination of popular culture and music in the way the guitar has.
Whether in cultures east or west, rhythm has and continues to play a primal (and vital) role in virtually any form of music evolved by humans.
In many ways, the human voice is possibly the most remarkable instrument of all. Aside of the fact that everyone has one, the individual voice is quintessentially unique, differing from any other in myriad subtle ways.
The bass guitar often flies below the radar of those who are taken in by the flashy guitar solo or the visual energy of a screaming frontman, but it is no exaggeration to say that this humble instrument is the driving force behind a solid band.
From sharpening your skills as a composer, to expressing yourself better to other musicians and having concrete reasoning to help you make intelligent decisions about your music, theory helps musicians of every skill level.
All the expertise from our full courses, condensed into your timeline, directed at areas you want specific help with. It’s your class, done your way… everything from instrumentation and performance to writing, recording and marketing.