CERTIFCATE COURSE 6 MONTHS (BASIC)
Guitar | Synthesizer | Violin | Drums
• History of Indian and Western Classical Music
• Hardware of the Instrument
• Practicals Exercises
• Theory of Indian & Western Classical Music
• A rigorous hands-on Studio training with industry professionals
• A well-researched curriculum as per international standards.
• Cutting Edge technology, production techniques & tools to create music
• Get an inside perspective of composing Bollywood music!
Becoming a musician starts with learning an instrument. The institute has a faculty of teachers who give individual and group lessons for various instruments and teach theory in groups. Besides musicality, lessons also help children develop a sense of discipline, concentration and social skills. The instruments taught at the Institute are Synthesizer , violin, Guitar and drums.
Instrument students come in for two or three classes each week depending on the instrument they learn and are also expected to partake in group classes, theory classes and The Singing event. In addition, the institute offers opportunities for inhouse events expects students to participate regularly in performance classes and music appreciation classes.
How does learning a musical instrument benefit ?
Learning an instrument has several advantages for growing children – playing an instrument stimulates parts of the brain responsible for the development of large and small motor skills and building the memory. Students who play an instrument learn to be organized and manage their time; they learn the skill of persistence , focus and dedication. It teaches them to listen to (not just hear) one another, as playing an instrument involves learning to play with other instruments and becoming a team player.
Music practice develops self-discipline; a student who dedicates time for practicing each day is organized, disciplined and learns what it takes to be “good” at an activity.
Music is also an excellent outlet for self-expression and creativity.
Learning to read music and play a musical instrument develops higher thinking skills like problem-solving, evaluation, and analysis.
Music can help to build self-esteem and channelizes children – children who play an instrument are less likely to become involved with inappropriate or destructive habits.
Learning a musical instrument develops the values of learning with integrity, diligence, commitment, responsibility and cooperation; it inculcates a love of excellence and instils in students a respect for their teachers, for each other and for themselves.
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