• Musicianship
  • ​Music Theory
  • Music History
  • ​Aural
  • Composition
  • Solfeggio
  • Harmony
  • Choir
  • ​Conducting
  • Sight-Reading

Musicianship

and

Music Theory

"Musical training is a more potent instrument than any other, because rhythm and harmony find their way into the inward places of the soul" Plato, The Republic, p.73..

- MUSICIANSHIP 1

- MUSICIANSHIP 2

- MUSICIANSHIP 3

- MUSICIANSHIP 4

- MUSICIANSHIP 5

- MUSICIANSHIP 6

- MUSICIANSHIP 7

- MUSICIANSHIP 8


Levels

​​We believe that is very important to be able to understand music from its deepness. Learning theory and harmony (analysis, counterpoint...)   helps us enjoy music more, either through playing an instrument or listening to it. Furthermore, these subjects can be taught and explained in a serious but pleasant way: let’s be amused by the wonderful world and language of music!

We love to express and transmit our knowledge and passion for music to even the younger ones; to give everyone the resources to develop their skills and their love for this precious art forms.

We prepare students for
ABRSM andTrinity Theory Examinations.


​Students are encouraged from a young age to compose, hence using music as a subjective medium of expression that will accompany them for the rest of their lives. It is important not to just perform music by the great composers, but to improvise and compose your own music, to see music as a medium, a tool to channel, communicate and express your feelings and thoughts.


​We don't like to call our lessons 'music theory' but musicianship classes as in them we try to include elements of music that we feel essential for the education and development of a young musician (listed on the right).




Music elements developed