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Piano Lessons

A piano course syllabus typically covers a range of topics, from the basics of playing the piano to more advanced techniques and music theory. The following is an example of a general syllabus for a beginner to intermediate level piano course:

1. Introduction to the Piano:
– Parts of the piano
– Proper posture and hand position
– Basic finger exercises

2. Reading Music:
– Staff notation
– Basic rhythms
– Key signatures

3. Playing Techniques:
– Basic scales and arpeggios
– Articulation (legato and staccato)
– Dynamics (forte and piano)

4. Repertoire:
– Simple songs and exercises to build skills
– Familiar tunes and popular songs
– Classical pieces from various eras

5. Music Theory:
– Intervals and chords
– Simple chord progressions
– Basic improvisation

6. Performance:
– Recital preparation and performance techniques
– Playing with an accompanist or ensemble
– Introduction to music composition

It is important to note that the syllabus may vary depending on the specific needs and goals of the student. The pace of the course will also depend on the student’s level of experience and ability. As the student progresses, the syllabus may become more specialized, focusing on specific genres or techniques, or incorporating more advanced music theory concepts.

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We offer a wide range of lessons, such as piano, guitar, voice, drums, Music Production & more.

Credit-based certification courses offer formal recognition of a student’s academic achievements in a particular subject area. Students who complete these courses receive a certificate or diploma that is recognized by academic institutions and employers.

In general, one class of 60 minutes & 3 days a week.