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    Forte School of Music Morphett Vale

    Category: Classes and Music

    Looking For a Music Lessons For Your Child In Adelaide?    Immersing babies and young children in a music rich environment of interactive musical activities has been proven to have a positive effect on the intellectual abilities of young children. Best of all it is loads of fun for parent and child!    Jungle Music (for children 6 months to 3.5 years.) is Forte’s award winning early childhood music programme. Parents and children love the Jungle Music programme, the characters, the activities and experiences each week in class. The dynamic and engaging music is just part of what makes Jungle Music so special. You’ll be amazed at how your child will begin to really understand music and respond to music.   Join in the fun of Music is Fun (for children 3.5 to 5 years), our introductory piano course. There’s a whole host of musical activities designed to be fun and develop your child’s musical skills and senses. Your child will even have a chance to compose their own music!   Junior Keys (5 to 7.5 years) is our premier foundation piano course. If your child hasn’t already started in one of our younger programmes there’s no time to waste! In Junior Keys children develop a rich base of important musical skills, a strong platform on which to study any instrument in the future. Your child will develop a set of musical skills essential for any budding musician, including:    Call Us Today For Bookings & Enquires! 61882937265   Reading – notes and rhythm Aural skills – by ear recognition of notes and phrases. This essential musical skill is often overlooked especially in private lessons where it is difficult to teach on a one to one basis. Music is a aural art and a well trained ear is essential to becoming a competent musician. Keyboard Harmony – your child will learn to play chords that form the underlying basis or harmony of music. Chord playing assist in developing skills such as transposition, composition, improvisation and playing by memory. Pattern recognition – music is built using patterns. Your child is taught to recognise musical patterns and this aids in memorisation.  Transposing – is playing known pieces in other keys or positions on the piano. From the early stages your child will transpose. Playing the music rather than only what is exactly written on the page. We encourage our students to play the music not the just the notes. eg if the piece is jazzy then we play it with the rhythms of the jazzy style. In the beginning this concept is as simple as what we play with the right hand we play with the left hand even though it is not written out! Theory – recognition and writing of musical notes and symbols Click Here to Book Your Free Trail Now!     Call Us Today For Bookings & Enquires! 61882937265   SMS Us 0414 720 210 Email Us

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    Forte School of Music Black Forest

    Category: Classes and Music

    Looking For a Music Lessons For Your Child In Adelaide?    Immersing babies and young children in a music rich environment of interactive musical activities has been proven to have a positive effect on the intellectual abilities of young children. Best of all it is loads of fun for parent and child!    Jungle Music (for children 6 months to 3.5 years.) is Forte’s award winning early childhood music programme. Parents and children love the Jungle Music programme, the characters, the activities and experiences each week in class. The dynamic and engaging music is just part of what makes Jungle Music so special. You’ll be amazed at how your child will begin to really understand music and respond to music.   Join in the fun of Music is Fun (for children 3.5 to 5 years), our introductory piano course. There’s a whole host of musical activities designed to be fun and develop your child’s musical skills and senses. Your child will even have a chance to compose their own music!   Junior Keys (5 to 7.5 years) is our premier foundation piano course. If your child hasn’t already started in one of our younger programmes there’s no time to waste! In Junior Keys children develop a rich base of important musical skills, a strong platform on which to study any instrument in the future. Your child will develop a set of musical skills essential for any budding musician, including:    Call Us Today For Bookings & Enquires! 018 8293 7265   Reading – notes and rhythm Aural skills – by ear recognition of notes and phrases. This essential musical skill is often overlooked especially in private lessons where it is difficult to teach on a one to one basis. Music is a aural art and a well trained ear is essential to becoming a competent musician. Keyboard Harmony – your child will learn to play chords that form the underlying basis or harmony of music. Chord playing assist in developing skills such as transposition, composition, improvisation and playing by memory. Pattern recognition – music is built using patterns. Your child is taught to recognise musical patterns and this aids in memorisation.  Transposing – is playing known pieces in other keys or positions on the piano. From the early stages your child will transpose. Playing the music rather than only what is exactly written on the page. We encourage our students to play the music not the just the notes. eg if the piece is jazzy then we play it with the rhythms of the jazzy style. In the beginning this concept is as simple as what we play with the right hand we play with the left hand even though it is not written out! Theory – recognition and writing of musical notes and symbols Click Here to Book Your Free Trail Now!     Call Us Today For Bookings & Enquires! 018 8293 7265   SMS Us 0414 720 210 Email Us

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    Forte School of Music Allenby Gardens

    Category: Classes and Music

    Looking For a Music Lessons For Your Child In Adelaide?    Immersing babies and young children in a music-rich environment of interactive musical activities have been proven to have a positive effect on the intellectual abilities of young children. Best of all it is loads of fun for parents and child!    We have some of the best teachers in Adelaide who really care about our students musical education. We offer guitar, drums, violin, trumpet, vocals, and private piano lessons.   Jungle Music (for children 6 months to 3.5 years.) is Forte’s award-winning early childhood music programme. Parents and children love the Jungle Music programme, the characters, the activities and experiences each week in class. The dynamic and engaging music is just part of what makes Jungle Music so special. You’ll be amazed at how your child will begin to really understand music and respond to music.   Join in the fun of Music is Fun (for children 3.5 to 5 years), our introductory piano course. There’s a whole host of musical activities designed to be fun and develop your child’s musical skills and senses. Your child will even have a chance to compose their own music!   Junior Keys (5 to 7.5 years) is our premier foundation piano course. If your child hasn’t already started in one of our younger programmes there’s no time to waste! In Junior, Keys children develop a rich base of important musical skills, a strong platform on which to study any instrument in the future. Your child will develop a set of musical skills essential for any budding musician, including:    Reading – notes and rhythm Aural skills – by ear recognition of notes and phrases. This essential musical skill is often overlooked especially in private lessons where it is difficult to teach on a one to one basis. Music is an aural art and a well-trained ear is essential to becoming a competent musician. Keyboard Harmony – your child will learn to play chords that form the underlying basis or harmony of music. Chord playing assists in developing skills such as transposition, composition, improvisation, and playing by memory. Pattern recognition – music is built using patterns. Your child is taught to recognise musical patterns and this aids in memorisation.  Transposing – is playing known pieces in other keys or positions on the piano. From the early stages, your child will transpose. Playing the music rather than only what is exactly written on the page. We encourage our students to play the music not the just the notes. eg if the piece is jazzy then we play it with the rhythms of the jazzy style. In the beginning, this concept is as simple as what we play with the right hand we play with the left hand even though it is not written out! Theory – recognition, and writing of musical notes and symbols For More Information, or for Free Trial Click Here.     For bookings and inquiries, call us today at 0405 548 Read more [...]

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