ABRSM GRADED VIOLIN COURSE
The Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music (ABRSM) Examination is a syllabus that is carefully structured with differences in graded requirements. Being one of the most popular qualifications across the globe to gauge your level of musicianship, violin learners of all ages pick up on ABRSM exams to be recognized for their achievements through a rigorous assessment. For the serious violin student, the ABRSM graded violin course is a progressive training and learning process. We offer lessons for grades 1 through 8, and also for Diploma examinations.
Apart from the examination materials, your favorite music and choices are fused in over the course of your violin studies to guarantee an enjoyable learning experience.
The ABRSM violin course can be taken at our music center or in the comfort of your own home.
LEISURE VIOLIN COURSE
This course is designed with the purpose to cultivate interest in music at the student’s own pace with careful guidance. Our violin teachers tailor each lesson to cater to the student’s liking while ensuring development and progress. We aspire to introduce fun and joyful music appreciation in our students’ lives through this leisure course, with a focus on violin playing styles and techniques.
This leisure course can be taken at our music center or in the comfort of your own home.
Ensemble playing teaches students how to work together with one another, and really listen to what's going on around them. It develops a sense of pride and responsibility for your peers. No one wants to be the stick in the mud in orchestra who plays the wrong note at the wrong time! Students are far more engaged in their practicing, when they know that the ensemble's success depends upon them.
It's one thing to be able to listen carefully to your own playing when you are practicing by yourself. It's a whole other ball game when there are 50 other kids in the room, some playing your part and others playing totally different notes! Students learn to listen very carefully to how their part fits in with the rest of the group. Their ear develops to hear minute changes in pitch, leading to intonation improvements. They also learn to focus on several things at once, because you have to listen to yourself, your stand partner, your section, and all the different parts of the orchestra!