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If there is one activity that helps children activate memory systems, enhance cognition, and channel emotional expression, it is Music Education. This is where your child can start.

Music fundamentals

To understand and emulate sounds and their relationships, one must set out to learn the building blocks viz. sounds, beats, and other elements. Solfege and Staves are introduced to cue tonal and rhythmic recognition.

Music notation

Scales, Solfege & Swaras

Song learning

Tempo & Time signatures

Harmony & chords

Rhythm & groove

Dynamics in music

Genre studies

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Explore instruments

Like us, each instrument has a character. There is no better way to understand it than playing it. We call this the study of Timbre.

Let’s explore the Ukulele, Tambourine, Rain makers, Piano, Xylophone, the humble shaker, the Drum set and the list goes on.

Ukulele

Singing

Piano

Drums & Perc.

Live Performance

On the final day, the young collaborators will perform for you. Join us in celebrating a freshly baked batch of young musicians.
Join us in celebrating a freshly baked batch of young musicians. On the final day, the young collaborators will perform for you. 

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If there is on activity that helps children activate memory systems, enhance cognition, improve brain health and channel emotional expression, it is Music Education.

This is where you child can start.

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Music

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Exposure to diverse perspectives is a great benefit of learning through collaboration. This drives the need for spontaneity in a musician. 

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If there is on activity that helps children activate memory systems, enhance cognition, improve brain health and channel emotional expression, it is Music Education.

This is where you child can start.

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Learn basics of music

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12 weeks duration

Learn basics of singing & Instruments

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4 to 10 age group

Pricing - ₹16,000 + taxes

  • What types of music lessons are available at the Trill Route center?
    We host music lessons in 3 formats. 1-on-1 lessons, duo sessions and group lessons. We offer a variety of music courses for the beginner to the advancing musicians.
  • Do I need to bring my own instrument?
    Students are not required to bring in their instruments as the institute provides the same. If the student prefers to play with their own instruments (ukulele, guitar, violin etc.), they can do so. Accessories such as drum sticks, picks, headphones etc. should be brought by the student and will not be provided by the school.
  • Can I learn modern music styles?
    Trill Route's contemporary music curriculum is designed to provide a comprehensive and practical approach to learning modern music styles, techniques, and concepts. The curriculum covers a broad range of topics, including music theory, songwriting, improvisation, arrangement, production, and performance. The program also focuses on developing essential skills such as ear training, sight-reading, rhythm, and harmony. Trill Route offers a contemporary music curriculum that is tailored to the needs and interests of each student. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced musician, our curriculum provides a flexible and personalised approach to learning music. Our instructors are experienced musicians and educators who are passionate about helping students achieve their musical goals.
  • Can I have a free trial class?
    Yes, we do offer trial sessions for our music lessons. This allows prospective students to experience the institute, our facilities and lesson format and teaching style of the instructor before enrolling in a paid course. It's a valuable opportunity to assess if the instructor is a good fit for you. This also enables us to gain insight into your aspirations and interests, which is essential for developing a tailored lesson plan that meets your specific needs.
  • Can I be trained for Trinity or RSL exams?
    Yes, we offer training for Trinity and RSL (Rockschool) exams for various instruments including guitar, drums, vocals, and piano. Our instructors have a thorough understanding of the exam requirements and will work with students to help them prepare and excel in the exams. We also provide additional support such as mock exams and exam preparation classes to ensure that our students are fully prepared for the exams.
  • Which age-groups can apply for music lessons?
    We cater to all age groups from 5 to 80 as learning music is beneficial to all. Here is a quick read on the benefits. FOR CHILDREN Developing cognitive and motor skills: Learning an instrument can improve hand-eye coordination, memory, and concentration. Boosting academic performance: Research suggests that children who study music tend to perform better in school, particularly in areas like reading, math, and science. Encouraging creativity: Music lessons can help children express themselves and develop their own unique artistic style. Building social skills: Group music lessons or participating in a youth orchestra or band can help children develop teamwork and communication skills, as well as make new friends. FOR TEENAGERS Reducing stress: Learning and playing music can provide a healthy outlet for teens to relieve stress and anxiety. Developing self-discipline: Practicing an instrument regularly requires discipline and perseverance, skills that can be applied to other areas of life. Building confidence: Performing in front of others and mastering a challenging piece can boost self-esteem and confidence. Preparing for a future career: Teens who are serious about pursuing a career in music can use their teenage years to build a strong foundation of skills and knowledge. FOR ADULTS Learning a new skill: It's never too late to learn how to play an instrument, and doing so can provide a new and fulfilling hobby. Reducing stress: Playing music can be a great way for adults to reduce stress and improve their overall well-being. Building a community: Joining a community orchestra or band can provide an opportunity to meet new people who share a common interest. Maintaining cognitive function: Learning an instrument and practicing regularly can help keep the brain active and improve memory and cognitive function.
  • What if there is an unexpected connectivity issue from my side?
    If you experience an unexpected connectivity issue from your side during an online music lesson, please inform the office as soon as possible. They may be able to troubleshoot the issue with you or reschedule the lesson if a lot of time was lost from the class. It's always a good idea to have a backup plan in case of technical difficulties, such as a different device or internet connection, to ensure that you can still attend the lesson.
  • Can I be trained for Trinity or RSL exams?
    Yes, we offer training for Trinity and RSL (Rockschool) exams for various instruments including guitar, drums, vocals, and piano. Our instructors have a thorough understanding of the exam requirements and will work with students to help them prepare and excel in the exams. We also provide additional support such as mock exams and exam preparation classes to ensure that our students are fully prepared for the exams.
  • Can I have a free trial class?
    Yes, we do offer trial sessions for online music lessons. This allows prospective students to experience the lesson format and teaching style of the instructor before enrolling in a paid course. It's a valuable opportunity to assess if online music lessons align with your learning style and objectives, as well as evaluate if the instructor is a good fit for you. This also enables us to gain insight into your aspirations and interests, which is essential for developing a tailored lesson plan that meets your specific needs.
  • What types of music lessons are available online?
    At present we host guitar, ukulele, keyboard/ piano, drums and vocal lessons online. These lessons are offered in 1-on-1 format for a duration of 45 minutes.
  • What do I need for online music lessons?
    You will need a reliable internet connection, a computer or tablet with built-in camera and microphone or an external webcam and microphone. It is also recommended to have headphones or speakers for better audio quality.
  • How do online music lessons work?
    Online music lessons are delivered via a licensed high-definition video conferencing platforms with top-tier security protocols to ensure the privacy and protection of our students. Through this platform, our students can connect with their teachers in real-time and engage in an interactive virtual learning experience that is comparable to in-person lessons. Our virtual platform facilitates high quality audio transmission suited for music lessons.
  • Can I learn modern music styles?
    Trill Route's contemporary music curriculum is designed to provide a comprehensive and practical approach to learning modern music styles, techniques, and concepts. The curriculum covers a broad range of topics, including music theory, songwriting, improvisation, arrangement, production, and performance. The program also focuses on developing essential skills such as ear training, sight-reading, rhythm, and harmony. Trill Route offers a contemporary music curriculum that is tailored to the needs and interests of each student. Whether you are a beginner or an advanced musician, our curriculum provides a flexible and personalised approach to learning music. Our instructors are experienced musicians and educators who are passionate about helping students achieve their musical goals.
  • Are online music lessons effective?
    Online music lessons have revolutionised the way we learn music. With the power of technology, students and teachers can connect from anywhere in the world and interact in real-time just as they would in an in-person lesson. In fact, online music lessons can be just as effective, if not more, than in-person lessons. Through the use of high-quality video conferencing platforms and specialized software, teachers can provide detailed instruction and feedback, and students can access a wealth of resources and practice materials at their fingertips. Online music lessons offer convenience, flexibility, and an immersive learning experience, making them a compelling choice for anyone looking to master their musical skills.
  • What age-groups can apply for music lessons?
    We cater to age groups between 5 to 75. Music is a beneficial tool and an essential companion in our lives. Here is a quick read on how music helps us. FOR CHILDREN Developing cognitive and motor skills: Learning an instrument can improve hand-eye coordination, memory, and concentration. Boosting academic performance: Research suggests that children who study music tend to perform better in school, particularly in areas like reading, math, and science. Encouraging creativity: Music lessons can help children express themselves and develop their own unique artistic style. Building social skills: Group music lessons or participating in a youth orchestra or band can help children develop teamwork and communication skills, as well as make new friends. FOR TEENAGERS Reducing stress: Learning and playing music can provide a healthy outlet for teens to relieve stress and anxiety. Developing self-discipline: Practicing an instrument regularly requires discipline and perseverance, skills that can be applied to other areas of life. Building confidence: Performing in front of others and mastering a challenging piece can boost self-esteem and confidence. Preparing for a future career: Teens who are serious about pursuing a career in music can use their teenage years to build a strong foundation of skills and knowledge. FOR ADULTS Learning a new skill: It's never too late to learn how to play an instrument, and doing so can provide a new and fulfilling hobby. Reducing stress: Like with teenagers, playing music can be a great way for adults to reduce stress and improve their overall well-being. Building a community: Joining a community orchestra or band can provide an opportunity to meet new people who share a common interest. Maintaining cognitive function: Learning an instrument and practicing regularly can help keep the brain active and improve memory and cognitive function.
  • What if I need to take a break from lessons?
    We understand that sometimes students may need to take a break from lessons due to personal reasons or scheduling conflicts. If you need to take a break from your lessons, please inform our office as soon as possible, and we will work with you to find a suitable arrangement. Please note that resuming the classes after a break will be subject to slot availability, and we cannot guarantee that the same time slot will be available. We encourage you to let us know in advance if you plan to take a break so we can work with you to minimise any disruptions in your music learning journey.
  • How do I enrol in vocal lessons, online or offline?
    To enrol in our music lessons, you can visit our music school or contact us through our website or phone. We will be happy to answer any questions you may have and provide you with more information about our lesson programs. We typically recommend starting with an assessment or trial lesson, which will help us understand your current skill level, learning style, and goals. This information will allow us to tailor our lessons to your specific needs and help you achieve your guitar learning objectives. Once you have completed an assessment or trial lesson, you can choose a lesson program that best suits your needs and schedule. We offer various lesson programs, such as private or group lessons, to cater to different learning preferences. Our staff will guide you through the enrolment process and help you schedule your first lesson. We look forward to welcoming you to our music school and helping you on your music learning journey.
  • How often should I take singing lessons?
    The frequency of lessons should be determined based on your goals, availability, and level of commitment to learning. We recommend twice-a-week lessons for beginners and late beginners. Intermediate and advance students may chose a frequency of lessons that will serve their desired pace of learning. Note: Consistent practice and instruction can help you build and maintain good habits, progress your skills, and ultimately achieve your goals more efficiently. However, we understand that scheduling can be a challenge for some students. If you cannot commit to twice-a-week lessons, once-a-week lesson may be an option. Keep in mind that less frequent lessons will require more independent practice and study time outside of lessons.
  • Do I need any prior experience to take singing lessons?
    Our singing lessons are open to everyone, regardless of prior experience. Whether you're a complete beginner or an experienced singer, our instructors will tailor the lessons to your individual needs and skill level. We focus on building a strong foundation in vocal techniques, music theory, and performance skills, while also fostering confidence and enjoyment in singing. With our personalised approach, we'll work with you at a pace that's comfortable for you, helping you develop your skills and achieve your musical goals. Our inclusive and accommodating approach ensures that all students can benefit from our singing lessons, regardless of their starting point.
  • Can I switch instructors if I don't feel like it's a good fit?
    Yes, you can switch instructors if you don't feel like it's a good fit. We want to ensure that you are getting the most out of your lessons, and we understand that sometimes a different teaching style or personality may be a better match.
  • Can I get a refund?
    We strive to provide exceptional vocal lessons and ensure that our students are satisfied with their progress. If, for any reason, you are not happy with your lessons, you can speak with our academic or course coordinator, and we will work with you to find a solution that meets your needs. However, we have a "No refund" policy, so we recommend that you enrol in our program only after being fully convinced through an assessment or trial session.
  • Can I cancel and reschedule a lesson I reserved?
    Once slots are reserved, cancellation is not permitted. However, we understand that unexpected things can come up, and we will try to accommodate your scheduling needs within the constraints of our policy and availability so long as the need is genuine and the student maintains an excellent attendance record otherwise.
  • How long does it take to learn singing?
    The length of time it takes to learn singing varies depending on several factors such as natural ability, level of commitment, practice schedule, and the complexity of the music genre. Some people may see progress in a few months, while others may take years to achieve their desired level of proficiency. Consistent practice and regular lessons will help you progress more quickly. On average, it may take several months to develop basic singing skills, and several years to achieve advanced vocal proficiency. However, the rate of progress is dependent on individual effort and regularity in attending classes and practicing. On an average we see students gaining basic technical proficiency in the first 3 to 6 months and basic expressive and dynamic proficiency in the first 1-2 years and steadily increase capabilities in compositional and creative thinking skills in just over a year and a few months. This rate of progress is dependant entirely on regularity in attending classes, commitment to practice and extensive music listening and transcription.
  • What is the best age to start taking vocal lessons for children?
    The best age to start taking vocal lessons for children can vary based on individual factors, such as the child's physical development, emotional maturity, and interest in singing. However, we suggest that children can start taking formal voice lessons around the age of 8 or 9, once they have developed some basic reading and comprehension skills and their vocal cords have begun to mature and can engage in activity oriented learning in the ages of 5 or 6. It's important to note that every child is unique, and it's important to work with the child's individual abilities and needs.
  • Can I request specific songs to learn?
    Absolutely! We encourage you to bring in songs that you want to learn, and we'll work with you to teach you the necessary techniques to play them.
  • How much time should I practice between lessons?
    The amount of time you should spend practicing in between lessons depends on your goals, skill level, and schedule. Generally speaking, it's important to practice consistently, rather than for long periods of time all at once. Here are some general guidelines: Beginner students: For beginners, it's recommended to practice for at least 20-30 minutes per day, several times a week. As you progress, you can gradually increase the amount of time spent practicing. Intermediate students: For intermediate students, it's recommended to practice for 30-60 minutes per day, several times a week. Again, as you progress, you can gradually increase the amount of time spent practicing. Advanced students: For advanced students, it's recommended to practice for at least 60-90 minutes per day, several times a week. However, the amount of time spent practicing will depend on your specific goals and repertoire. Remember that the quality of your practice is more important than the quantity of time spent practicing. It's better to have a focused and productive practice session, even if it's shorter in duration. Your teachers will work with you to develop a practice routine that meets your specific needs and goals.
  • Are online vocal classes effective?
    With high-quality online platforms, experienced teachers and specifically designed class methods for the digital learning experience, online classes can be just as effective as in-person lessons. Plus, you can avoid the hassle of transportation and enjoy the convenience of scheduling classes around your own schedule. Online music classes offer a flexible and convenient option for anyone looking to develop their musical skills from the comfort of their own home. Give online music lessons a try and see the benefits for yourself!
  • How do I pay for vocal lessons?
    We accept various forms of payment including UPI, cash, credit/debit card, and online payment through our app, website or office. You can pay for lessons monthly or in packs.
  • What is the duration of a vocal lesson?
    Our in-person lessons run for a duration of 55 minutes per hour and online lessons for 45 minutes.
  • What are the basic requirements that you'll need to have for online vocal lessons?
    To take online vocal lessons, you'll need a few basic requirements: A computer, laptop, or mobile device with a stable internet connection. A webcam and a microphone, preferably built into your computer or laptop. If not, you can use an external webcam and microphone for better sound quality. A quiet and well-lit environment where you won't be disturbed during the lesson. Headphones or earbuds to improve audio quality and reduce feedback or echoes. A music stand to hold sheet music or song lyrics, if necessary. A willingness to learn and a positive attitude towards virtual learning. Overall, online vocal lessons can be just as effective as in-person lessons as long as you have the necessary equipment and a good learning environment.
  • Can adults join vocal lessons?
    Yes, absolutely! Adults can learn to sing and improve their singing abilities through vocal lessons and practice. In fact, many adults start taking singing lessons later in life as a hobby or to improve their skills for personal or professional reasons. There are numerous benefits of adults taking music lessons. Here are a few: Improved breathing and posture: Singing requires proper breathing and posture, which can help adults develop better lung capacity and core strength. Increased confidence: Singing in front of others can be a nerve-wracking experience, but with practice, adults can improve their skills and gain confidence in their abilities. Reduced stress: Singing is a form of self-expression that can help reduce stress and anxiety in adults. Enhanced communication skills: Singing lessons can help adults develop better communication skills, such as articulation and projection, which can be helpful in personal and professional settings. Improved musical skills: Singing lessons can help adults develop better musical skills, such as ear training, sight-reading, and music theory. Overall, taking singing lessons can be a fun and rewarding experience for adults, helping them to develop their musical abilities while providing numerous physical, mental, and emotional benefits.
  • Do you offer recitals or performance opportunities?
    Yes, we offer recitals and performance opportunities to our students. We believe that performing in front of an audience is an essential part of the learning experience and can help our students gain confidence and showcase their skills. We organise intramural recitals for our students, which are entirely free to participate in and open to all students. These recitals are a great way for our students to showcase their progress and receive feedback from their peers and instructors. We also offer other performance opportunities, such as ensemble performances or participation in community events, which may have associated fees depending on the specific event. We encourage all our students to participate in our recitals and other performance opportunities to gain valuable experience and showcase their hard work and dedication.
  • How long does it take to learn guitar?
    The length of time it takes to learn guitar will vary depending on your goals and level of commitment. Some students may see progress in a few months, while others may take years to achieve their desired level of proficiency. Consistent practice and regular lessons will help you progress more quickly. On an average we see students gaining basic technical proficiency in the first 3 to 6 months and basic expressive and dynamic proficiency in the first 1-2 years and steadily increase capabilities in compositional and creative thinking skills in just over a year and a few months. This rate of progress is dependant entirely on regularity in attending classes, commitment to practice and extensive music listening and transcription.
  • What if I need to take a break from lessons?
    We understand that sometimes students may need to take a break from lessons due to personal reasons or scheduling conflicts. If you need to take a break from your lessons, please inform our office as soon as possible, and we will work with you to find a suitable arrangement. Please note that resuming the classes after a break will be subject to slot availability, and we cannot guarantee that the same time slot will be available. We encourage you to let us know in advance if you plan to take a break so we can work with you to minimise any disruptions in your music learning journey.
  • How should I purchase a guitar?
    The type of guitar you need for lessons largely depends on the type of music you wish to play and your personal preferences. If you're a beginner, we recommend starting with an acoustic guitar as they are typically less expensive and easier to handle than electric guitars. Acoustic guitars are also a great choice if you want to learn to play folk, country, or other acoustic genres of music. If you're interested in playing rock, blues, or heavy metal, an electric guitar may be the best choice for you. Electric guitars offer more sound and tonal options, and they are more suited for playing with an amplifier. However, they are typically more expensive than acoustic guitars. No matter what type of guitar you choose, we recommend selecting a quality instrument that is comfortable to play and suits your playing style. Our instructors can also provide guidance on selecting a guitar that meets your needs and budget. ACOUSTIC GUITAR Body style: Choose a body style that is comfortable for you to play. The most common body styles are dreadnought, concert, and jumbo. Sound: The sound of a guitar is an important factor to consider. You should play several guitars and listen to the sound they produce to find one that suits your preferences. Playability: Make sure the guitar is easy to play and feels comfortable in your hands. Check the action (the distance between the strings and the fretboard) and the neck shape. Brand and reputation: Choose a guitar from a reputable brand that has a good reputation for producing high-quality instruments. Accessories: Consider any additional accessories you may need, such as a case, strap, or tuner. Get expert advice: If you are unsure about what to look for in a guitar, consider consulting with a guitar teacher or experienced player who can guide you in your decision-making process. ELECTRIC GUITAR Playing style: Consider your preferred playing style and the type of music you want to play. Different guitar models and pickups are better suited for certain styles, such as blues, rock, or metal. Sound: Think about the type of sound you want to achieve. Different types of pickups and tonewoods can affect the sound of the guitar, so consider the tonal qualities you're looking for. Budget: Determine your budget and stick to it. Electric guitars can range in price from a few hundred dollars to thousands of dollars, so it's important to know your limit. Brand and reputation: Look for reputable brands with a history of producing high-quality guitars. Read reviews and do research on the brand's reputation and reliability Playability and comfort: Test out the guitar before purchasing it to ensure that it's comfortable to play and easy to handle. Consider the weight, balance, and size of the guitar to make sure it's a good fit for you. Accessories: Don't forget to budget for accessories such as an amplifier, cables, and guitar picks. These items are necessary for playing an electric guitar and can add up in cost.
  • Do I need any prior experience to take guitar lessons?
    No, prior experience is not necessary to take our guitar lessons. We welcome students of all skill levels, from complete beginners to advanced players. Our instructors will customise the lessons to your individual needs and skill level, regardless of whether you've ever played guitar before or not. Our guitar lessons are designed to provide a strong foundation in music theory and guitar techniques, while also fostering confidence and enjoyment in playing. We'll start with the basics and progress at a pace that is comfortable for you, helping you to develop your skills and achieve your musical goals. If you already have experience playing guitar, our instructors will work with you to assess your current skill level and identify areas for improvement. They will develop a personalised plan to help you further your musical knowledge and skills. In short, our guitar lessons are inclusive and accommodating to students of all skill levels. We are committed to supporting your learning and helping you achieve your goals, no matter where you're starting from.
  • How do I arrange my setup during class for online lesson?
    Follow these steps for a comfortable and effective learning experience. Position your laptop at a suitable height: Adjust the height of your laptop to position your camera correctly so that your instructor can see your face, hands and guitar position. You can use a stand or a stack of books to elevate the laptop to the appropriate height. We recommend sitting on a chair without armrests to facilitate free movement of your instrument. Check your audio and video settings: Make sure your microphone and camera are working correctly by testing them in advance. Adjust your audio and video settings as needed to ensure your teacher can hear and see you clearly. Use headphones: To minimise background noise and prevent audio feedback, use headphones during the lesson. This will also help you hear your teacher more clearly. Adjust the angle of your camera: Tilt your laptop screen downwards so that the camera captures a clear view of your hands and guitar position. If necessary, you can use a stand or books to adjust the angle of your laptop. Have your lesson materials ready: Ensure you have all the lesson materials you need, such as your music books and sheet music, within reach. You can use a music stand or a desk to hold your lesson materials while you play.
  • How often should I take guitar lessons?
    The frequency of lessons should be determined based on your goals, availability, and level of commitment to learning. We recommend twice-a-week lessons for beginners and late beginners. Intermediate and advance students may chose a frequency of lessons that will serve their desired pace of learning. Note: Consistent practice and instruction can help you build and maintain good habits, progress your skills, and ultimately achieve your goals more efficiently. However, we understand that scheduling can be a challenge for some students. If you cannot commit to twice-a-week lessons, once-a-week lesson may be an option. Keep in mind that less frequent lessons will require more independent practice and study time outside of lessons.
  • Can I request specific songs to learn?
    Absolutely! We encourage you to bring in songs that you want to learn, and we'll work with you to teach you the necessary techniques to play them.
  • What are the basic requirements that you'll need to have for online guitar lessons?
    The basic requirements that you'll need to have for online guitar lessons include a reliable internet connection, a device with a camera and microphone, and access to an online video conferencing platform. It's also helpful to have a quiet and distraction-free environment to maximize your focus during the lessons. By meeting these basic requirements and implementing the suggested adjustments, you can make the most out of your online guitar lessons and enjoy a rewarding learning experience.
  • What is the duration of a guitar lesson?
    Our in-person lessons run for a duration of 55 minutes per hour and online lessons for 45 minutes.
  • Can I switch instructors if I don't feel like it's a good fit?
    Yes, you can switch instructors if you don't feel like it's a good fit. We want to ensure that you are getting the most out of your lessons, and we understand that sometimes a different teaching style or personality may be a better match.
  • Do you offer recitals or performance opportunities?
    Yes, we offer recitals and performance opportunities to our students. We believe that performing in front of an audience is an essential part of the learning experience and can help our students gain confidence and showcase their skills. We organise intramural recitals for our students, which are entirely free to participate in and open to all students. These recitals are a great way for our students to showcase their progress and receive feedback from their peers and instructors. We also offer other performance opportunities, such as ensemble performances or participation in community events, which may have associated fees depending on the specific event. We encourage all our students to participate in our recitals and other performance opportunities to gain valuable experience and showcase their hard work and dedication.
  • How do I pay for guitar lessons?
    We accept various forms of payment including UPI, cash, credit/debit card, and online payment through our app, website or office. You can pay for lessons monthly or in packs.
  • Can adults learn to play the guitar?
    Absolutely! It's never too late to start learning an instrument, and many adults find great enjoyment and fulfillment in taking guitar lessons. Adult students may have different goals and learning styles than children, and our teachers will tailor their approach accordingly. There are numerous benefits of adults taking music lessons. Here are a few: Improved cognitive function: Studies have shown that learning to play an instrument can improve cognitive function and enhance brain plasticity, which is especially beneficial for older adults. Stress relief: Playing music has been shown to reduce stress and anxiety levels, as well as improve overall mood and well-being. Increased creativity: Learning to play an instrument can help adults tap into their creative side and express themselves in new and meaningful ways. Improved dexterity and motor skills: Playing an instrument requires fine motor skills and dexterity, which can be beneficial for improving hand-eye coordination and overall physical coordination. Sense of accomplishment: Learning a new skill such as playing an instrument can be a rewarding and fulfilling experience, and can help boost self-confidence and a sense of accomplishment. Socialisation: Taking music lessons can be a great way for adults to meet new people and connect with others who share similar interests and passions. Lifelong learning: Learning to play an instrument is a lifelong pursuit, and can provide a sense of purpose and ongoing challenge for adults looking to continue learning and growing throughout their lives. Overall, taking music lessons as an adult can be a fulfilling and enriching experience, providing numerous benefits for both physical and mental well-being.
  • Can I get a refund?
    We strive to provide exceptional guitar lessons and ensure that our students are satisfied with their progress. If, for any reason, you are not happy with your lessons, you can speak with our academic or course coordinator, and we will work with you to find a solution that meets your needs. However, we have a "No refund" policy, so we recommend that you enrol in our program only after being fully convinced through an assessment or trial session.
  • Do I need to bring my own guitar to lessons?
    Students are not required to bring their own instruments to class, but they should bring any necessary accessories, such as headphones, picks etc.
  • How do I enrol in guitar lessons, online or offline?
    To enrol in our music lessons, you can visit our music school or contact us through our website or phone. We will be happy to answer any questions you may have and provide you with more information about our lesson programs. We typically recommend starting with an assessment or trial lesson, which will help us understand your current skill level, learning style, and goals. This information will allow us to tailor our lessons to your specific needs and help you achieve your guitar learning objectives. Once you have completed an assessment or trial lesson, you can choose a lesson program that best suits your needs and schedule. We offer various lesson programs, such as private or group lessons, to cater to different learning preferences. Our staff will guide you through the enrolment process and help you schedule your first lesson. We look forward to welcoming you to our music school and helping you on your music learning journey.
  • Are online guitar classes effective?
    With high-quality online platforms, experienced teachers and specifically designed class methods for the digital learning experience, online classes can be just as effective as in-person lessons. Plus, you can avoid the hassle of transportation and enjoy the convenience of scheduling classes around your own schedule. Online music classes offer a flexible and convenient option for anyone looking to develop their musical skills from the comfort of their own home. Give online music lessons a try and see the benefits for yourself!
  • Can I cancel and reschedule a lesson I reserved?
    Once slots are reserved, cancellation is not permitted. However, we understand that unexpected things can come up, and we will try to accommodate your scheduling needs within the constraints of our policy and availability so long as the need is genuine and the student maintains an excellent attendance record otherwise.
  • What is the difference between 1-on-1 and Duo music lessons?
    One-on-one music lessons offer undivided time and attention from the teacher, enabling them to pinpoint areas where the student requires additional guidance. This setting creates a concentrated atmosphere that is devoid of interruptions, enabling students to concentrate solely on their instrument and music. Duo music lessons can be more cost-effective, making them more accessible to students who may not be able to afford individual lessons while retaining personalised approach of teaching and learning while sharing the classroom with another student.
  • How much time should I practice between lessons?
    The amount of time you should spend practicing in between lessons depends on your goals, skill level, and schedule. Generally speaking, it's important to practice consistently, rather than for long periods of time all at once. Here are some general guidelines: Beginner students: For beginners, it's recommended to practice for at least 20-30 minutes per day, several times a week. As you progress, you can gradually increase the amount of time spent practicing. Intermediate students: For intermediate students, it's recommended to practice for 30-60 minutes per day, several times a week. Again, as you progress, you can gradually increase the amount of time spent practicing. Advanced students: For advanced students, it's recommended to practice for at least 60-90 minutes per day, several times a week. However, the amount of time spent practicing will depend on your specific goals and repertoire. Remember that the quality of your practice is more important than the quantity of time spent practicing. It's better to have a focused and productive practice session, even if it's shorter in duration. Your teachers will work with you to develop a practice routine that meets your specific needs and goals.
  • Do I need a guitar at home to take lessons?
    Having a guitar at home to practice on is highly beneficial for students, as regular practice is essential for progress and improvement. Practicing regularly helps to build muscle memory, develop good technique, and reinforce musical concepts learned in lessons. Without a guitar at home, it may be difficult for students to practice consistently and make steady progress. That being said, not everyone may have access to a guitar due to financial constraints. In such cases, teachers may be able to provide practice time during lessons for in-person lessons until the student is ready to purchase the guitar. But owning an instrument at least from the 2nd or 3rd class is mandatory for online students.
  • What is the best age to start taking guitar lessons for children?
    The best age to start taking guitar lessons can vary depending on the individual. However, generally speaking, we recommend starting lessons around the age of seven. At this age, children typically have the necessary dexterity and motor skills to hold and play the instrument, as well as the attention span and cognitive ability to understand basic musical concepts. However, it's important to keep in mind that some children may not be ready to start lessons until they are a bit older, while others may be ready to start earlier. We suggest taking a trial class with our teachers to fully assess the readiness of the student and to best support the student's individual needs and goals.
  • What is the best age to start ukulele lessons for children?
    It's generally recommended to start ukulele around the age of 5-6 years old. However, this can vary depending on the child's readiness and interest in learning to play the ukulele. An individual of any age group would benefit from starting lessons, when they develop a curiosity towards the sound of the instrument. It's important to keep in mind that some children may not be ready to start lessons until they are a bit older, while others may be ready to start earlier. We suggest taking a trial class with our teachers to fully assess the readiness of the student and to best support the student's individual needs and goals.
  • How do I arrange my setup during class for online lesson?
    Follow these steps for a comfortable and effective learning experience. Position your laptop at a suitable height: Adjust the height of your laptop to position your camera correctly so that your instructor can see your face, hands and ukulele position. You can use a stand or a stack of books to elevate the laptop to the appropriate height. We recommend sitting on a chair without armrests to facilitate free movement of your instrument. Check your audio and video settings: Make sure your microphone and camera are working correctly by testing them in advance. Adjust your audio and video settings as needed to ensure your teacher can hear and see you clearly. Use headphones: To minimise background noise and prevent audio feedback, use headphones during the lesson. This will also help you hear your teacher more clearly. Adjust the angle of your camera: Tilt your laptop screen downwards so that the camera captures a clear view of your hands and ukulele position. If necessary, you can use a stand or books to adjust the angle of your laptop. Have your lesson materials ready: Ensure you have all the lesson materials you need, such as your music books and sheet music, within reach. You can use a music stand or a desk to hold your lesson materials while you play.
  • Do I need any prior experience to take ukulele lessons?
    No, prior experience is not necessary to take our ukulele lessons. We welcome students of all skill levels, from complete beginners to advanced players. Our instructors will customise the lessons to your individual needs and skill level, regardless of whether you've ever played ukulele before or not. Our ukulele lessons are designed to provide a strong foundation in music theory and techniques, while also fostering confidence and enjoyment in playing. We'll start with the basics and progress at a pace that is comfortable for you, helping you to develop your skills and achieve your musical goals. If you already have experience playing ukulele, our instructors will work with you to assess your current skill level and identify areas for improvement. They will develop a personalised plan to help you further your musical knowledge and skills. In short, our ukulele lessons are inclusive and accommodating to students of all skill levels. We are committed to supporting your learning and helping you achieve your goals, no matter where you're starting from.
  • What is the difference between 1-on-1 and Duo music lessons?
    One-on-one music lessons offer undivided time and attention from the teacher, enabling them to pinpoint areas where the student requires additional guidance. This setting creates a concentrated atmosphere that is devoid of interruptions, enabling students to concentrate solely on their instrument and music. Duo music lessons can be more cost-effective, making them more accessible to students who may not be able to afford individual lessons while retaining personalised approach of teaching and learning while sharing the classroom with another student.
  • What are the basic requirements that you'll need to have for online ukulele lessons?
    The basic requirements that you'll need to have for online ukulele lessons include a reliable internet connection, a device with a camera and microphone, and access to an online video conferencing platform. It's also helpful to have a quiet and distraction-free environment to maximise your focus during the lessons. By meeting these basic requirements and implementing the suggested adjustments, you can make the most out of your online ukulele lessons and enjoy a rewarding learning experience.
  • Do I need to bring my own ukulele to lessons?
    Students are not required to bring their own instruments to class unless preferred by the student, but they should bring any necessary accessories, such as picks.
  • How should I purchase a ukulele?
    No matter what type of ukulele you choose, we recommend selecting a quality instrument that is comfortable to play and suits your playing style. Our instructors can also provide guidance on selecting a guitar that meets your needs and budget. Size: Ukuleles come in various sizes, ranging from soprano to baritone. Choose a size that feels comfortable to play and suits your style of music. Sound quality: Play the instrument before buying it to ensure that you like the sound it produces. Look for an instrument with good tone and volume. Brand reputation: Research the reputation of the brand you are considering. Look for reviews online or ask other ukulele players for recommendations. Playability: Check the action, or the distance between the strings and the fretboard. The action should be low enough to make playing comfortable, but not so low that the strings buzz. Accessories: Consider what accessories you may need, such as a case or a tuner, and factor that into your budget.
  • What if I need to take a break from lessons?
    We understand that sometimes students may need to take a break from lessons due to personal reasons or scheduling conflicts. If you need to take a break from your lessons, please inform our office as soon as possible, and we will work with you to find a suitable arrangement. Please note that resuming the classes after a break will be subject to slot availability, and we cannot guarantee that the same time slot will be available. We encourage you to let us know in advance if you plan to take a break so we can work with you to minimise any disruptions in your music learning journey.
  • What is the duration of a ukulele lesson?
    Our in-person lessons run for a duration of 55 minutes per hour and online lessons for 45 minutes.
  • Can adults learn to play the ukulele
    Absolutely! It's never too late to start learning the ukulele, and many adults find great enjoyment and fulfillment in taking ukulele lessons. Adult students may have different goals and learning styles than children, and our teachers will tailor their approach accordingly. There are numerous benefits of adults taking music lessons. Here are a few: Improved cognitive function: Studies have shown that learning to play an instrument can improve cognitive function and enhance brain plasticity, which is especially beneficial for older adults. Stress relief: Playing music has been shown to reduce stress and anxiety levels, as well as improve overall mood and well-being. Increased creativity: Learning to play an instrument can help adults tap into their creative side and express themselves in new and meaningful ways. Improved dexterity and motor skills: Playing an instrument requires fine motor skills and dexterity, which can be beneficial for improving hand-eye coordination and overall physical coordination. Sense of accomplishment: Learning a new skill such as playing an instrument can be a rewarding and fulfilling experience, and can help boost self-confidence and a sense of accomplishment. Socialisation: Taking music lessons can be a great way for adults to meet new people and connect with others who share similar interests and passions. Lifelong learning: Learning to play an instrument is a lifelong pursuit, and can provide a sense of purpose and ongoing challenge for adults looking to continue learning and growing throughout their lives. Overall, taking music lessons as an adult can be a fulfilling and enriching experience, providing numerous benefits for both physical and mental well-being.
  • Can I get a refund?
    We strive to provide exceptional guitar lessons and ensure that our students are satisfied with their progress. If, for any reason, you are not happy with your lessons, you can speak with our academic or course coordinator, and we will work with you to find a solution that meets your needs. However, we have a "No refund" policy, so we recommend that you enrol in our program only after being fully convinced through an assessment or trial session.
  • Can I switch instructors if I don't feel like it's a good fit?
    Yes, you can switch instructors if you don't feel like it's a good fit. We want to ensure that you are getting the most out of your lessons, and we understand that sometimes a different teaching style or personality may be a better match.
  • How do I enrol in ukulele lessons, online or offline?
    To enrol in our ukulele lessons, you can visit our music school or contact us through our website or phone. We will be happy to answer any questions you may have and provide you with more information about our lesson programs. We typically recommend starting with an assessment or trial lesson, which will help us understand your current skill level, learning style, and goals. This information will allow us to tailor our lessons to your specific needs and help you achieve your ukulele learning objectives. Once you have completed an assessment or trial lesson, you can choose a lesson program that best suits your needs and schedule. We offer various lesson programs, such as private or group lessons, to cater to different learning preferences. Our staff will guide you through the enrolment process and help you schedule your first lesson. We look forward to welcoming you to our music school and helping you on your music learning journey.
  • How do I pay for ukulele lessons?
    We accept various forms of payment including UPI, cash, credit/debit card, and online payment through our app, website or office. You can pay for lessons monthly or in packs.
  • How much time should I practice between lessons?
    The amount of time you should spend practicing in between lessons depends on your goals, skill level, and schedule. Generally speaking, it's important to practice consistently, rather than for long periods of time all at once. Here are some general guidelines: Beginner students: For beginners, it's recommended to practice for at least 20-30 minutes per day, several times a week. As you progress, you can gradually increase the amount of time spent practicing. Intermediate students: For intermediate students, it's recommended to practice for 30-60 minutes per day, several times a week. Again, as you progress, you can gradually increase the amount of time spent practicing. Advanced students: For advanced students, it's recommended to practice for at least 60-90 minutes per day, several times a week. However, the amount of time spent practicing will depend on your specific goals and repertoire. Remember that the quality of your practice is more important than the quantity of time spent practicing. It's better to have a focused and productive practice session, even if it's shorter in duration. Your teachers will work with you to develop a practice routine that meets your specific needs and goals.
  • How long does it take to learn ukulele?
    The length of time it takes to learn the ukulele will vary depending on your goals and level of commitment. Some students may see progress in a few months, while others may take years to achieve their desired level of proficiency. Consistent practice and regular lessons will help you progress more quickly. On an average we see students gaining basic technical proficiency in the first 3 to 6 months and basic expressive and dynamic proficiency in the first 1-2 years and steadily increase capabilities in compositional and creative thinking skills in just over a year and a few months. This rate of progress is dependant entirely on regularity in attending classes, commitment to practice and extensive music listening and transcription.
  • Are online ukulele classes effective?
    With high-quality online platforms, experienced teachers and specifically designed class methods for the digital learning experience, online classes can be just as effective as in-person lessons. Plus, you can avoid the hassle of transportation and enjoy the convenience of scheduling classes around your own schedule. Online music classes offer a flexible and convenient option for anyone looking to develop their musical skills from the comfort of their own home. Give online music lessons a try and see the benefits for yourself!
  • Can I cancel and reschedule a lesson I reserved?
    Once slots are reserved, cancellation is not permitted. However, we understand that unexpected things can come up, and we will try to accommodate your scheduling needs within the constraints of our policy and availability so long as the need is genuine and the student maintains an excellent attendance record otherwise.
  • Can I request specific songs to learn?
    Absolutely! We encourage you to bring in songs that you want to learn, and we'll work with you to teach you the necessary techniques to play them.
  • Do I need a ukulele at home to take lessons?
    Having a ukulele at home to practice on is highly beneficial for students, as regular practice is essential for progress and improvement. Practicing regularly helps to build muscle memory, develop good technique, and reinforce musical concepts learned in lessons. Without a ukulele at home, it may be difficult for students to practice consistently and make steady progress.
  • How often should I take ukulele lessons?
    The frequency of lessons should be determined based on your goals, availability, and level of commitment to learning. We recommend twice-a-week lessons for beginners and late beginners. Intermediate and advance students may chose a frequency of lessons that will serve their desired pace of learning. Note: Consistent practice and instruction can help you build and maintain good habits, progress your skills, and ultimately achieve your goals more efficiently. However, we understand that scheduling can be a challenge for some students. If you cannot commit to twice-a-week lessons, once-a-week lesson may be an option. Keep in mind that less frequent lessons will require more independent practice and study time outside of lessons.
  • Do you offer recitals or performance opportunities?
    Yes, we offer recitals and performance opportunities to our students. We believe that performing in front of an audience is an essential part of the learning experience and can help our students gain confidence and showcase their skills. We organise intramural recitals for our students, which are entirely free to participate in and open to all students. These recitals are a great way for our students to showcase their progress and receive feedback from their peers and instructors. We also offer other performance opportunities, such as ensemble performances or participation in community events, which may have associated fees depending on the specific event. We encourage all our students to participate in our recitals and other performance opportunities to gain valuable experience and showcase their hard work and dedication.
  • How do I pay for piano/ keyboard lessons?
    We accept various forms of payment including UPI, cash, credit/debit card, and online payment through our app, website or office. You can pay for lessons monthly or in packs.
  • How do I enrol in piano/ keyboard lessons, online or offline?
    To enrol in our music lessons, you can visit our music school or contact us through our website or phone. We will be happy to answer any questions you may have and provide you with more information about our courses. We typically recommend starting with an assessment or trial lesson, which will help us understand your current skill level, learning style, and goals. This information will allow us to tailor our lessons to your specific needs and help you achieve your guitar learning objectives. Once you have completed an assessment or trial lesson, you can choose a lesson program that best suits your needs and schedule. We offer various programs, such as private or group lessons, to cater to different learning preferences. Our staff will guide you through the enrolment process and help you schedule your first lesson. We look forward to welcoming you to our music school and helping you on your music learning journey.
  • How do I arrange my setup during class for online lesson?
    Follow these steps for a comfortable and effective learning experience. Position your laptop at a suitable height: Adjust the height of your laptop so that the keyboard is at a comfortable height for you to play. You can use a stand or a stack of books to elevate the laptop to the appropriate height. Check your audio and video settings: Make sure your microphone and camera are working correctly by testing them in advance. Adjust your audio and video settings as needed to ensure your teacher can hear and see you clearly. Use headphones: To minimise background noise and prevent audio feedback, use headphones during the lesson. This will also help you hear your teacher more clearly. Adjust the angle of your camera: Tilt your laptop screen downwards so that the camera captures a clear view of your hands and keyboard. If necessary, you can use a stand or books to adjust the angle of your laptop. Have your lesson materials ready: Ensure you have all the lesson materials you need, such as your music books and sheet music, within reach. You can use a music stand or a desk to hold your lesson materials while you play.
  • Can I cancel and reschedule a lesson I reserved?
    Once slots are reserved, cancellation is not permitted. However, we understand that unexpected things can come up, and we will try to accommodate your scheduling needs within the constraints of our policy and availability so long as the need is genuine and the student maintains an excellent attendance record otherwise.
  • Are piano classes different from keyboard classes?
    Conventionally, a piano class will focus on playing an acoustic piano, and will cover topics such as proper technique, note reading, music theory, and repertoire in the classical genres. A keyboard class, on the other hand, may be more focused on electronic keyboards or synthesizers with emphasis on different tones and genres such as Pop, Jazz etc. That being said, the terms "piano class" and "keyboard class" are often used interchangeably, as our classes covers both acoustic pianos and electronic keyboards as knowledge in both is a necessity for the modern musician. Our students are given hands on experience in both the Piano and the Keyboard and shares a combined curriculum that explores all genres of music relevant for study.
  • What is the difference between 1-on-1 and Duo music lessons?
    One-on-one music lessons offer undivided time and attention from the teacher, enabling them to pinpoint areas where the student requires additional guidance. This setting creates a concentrated atmosphere that is devoid of interruptions, enabling students to concentrate solely on their instrument and music. Duo music lessons can be more cost-effective, making them more accessible to students who may not be able to afford individual lessons while retaining personalised approach of teaching and learning while sharing the classroom with another student.
  • Do I need to bring my own instrument to lessons?
    Students are not required to bring their own instruments to class, but they should bring any necessary accessories, such as headphones.
  • How long does it take to learn to play the piano/ keyboard?
    This varies greatly depending on the individual's dedication, practice time, and goals. Some may see progress within a few months, while others may take several years to reach a desired level of proficiency. On an average we see students gaining basic technical proficiency in the first 3 to 6 months and basic expressive and dynamic proficiency in the first 1-2 years and steadily increase capabilities in compositional and creative thinking skills in just over a year and a few months. This rate of progress is dependant entirely on regularity in attending classes, commitment to practice and extensive music listening and transcription.
  • Can I switch instructors if I don't feel like it's a good fit?
    Yes, you can switch instructors if you don't feel like it's a good fit. We want to ensure that you are getting the most out of your lessons, and we understand that sometimes a different teaching style or personality may be a better match.
  • How should I purchase a piano/ keyboard?
    When it comes to buying a piano for piano lessons, there are a few factors to consider. Here are some general guidelines to help you make a decision: PIANO Acoustic or digital: The first decision to make is whether to buy an acoustic or digital piano. Acoustic pianos produce sound through hammers striking strings, while digital pianos use electronic samples to mimic the sound of an acoustic piano. Digital pianos are often more affordable and require less maintenance, but some students prefer the touch and sound of an acoustic piano. Size: If you opt for an acoustic piano, you'll need to consider the size and weight of the instrument. Grand pianos are the largest and produce the richest sound, but can be too large for many homes. Upright pianos are more compact and versatile, and can be a good choice for many students. Budget: Pianos can vary greatly in price, so it's important to have a budget in mind when shopping. Digital pianos can be a more affordable option, with prices ranging from a few hundred to several thousand dollars. Acoustic pianos can range from a few thousand to tens of thousands of dollars, depending on the size, brand, and quality. Brand and quality: If you decide to buy an acoustic piano, it's important to consider the brand and quality of the instrument. Some well-known piano brands include Steinway & Sons, Yamaha, Kawai, and Baldwin. It's recommended to try out different pianos in person and consult with a piano technician or experienced teacher before making a purchase. KEYBOARD Number of keys: Keyboards can come with a variety of key options, but most keyboards have either 61 or 88 keys. For keyboard lessons, it's recommended to get a keyboard with at least 61 keys so that you have access to the full range of notes. Weighted keys: Weighted keys simulate the feel of an acoustic piano by providing resistance when you press down on the keys. If you plan on eventually transitioning to an acoustic piano, it's recommended to get a keyboard with weighted keys so that you can develop the proper finger strength and technique. Touch sensitivity: Touch sensitivity is a feature that allows the keyboard to respond to how hard or soft you press down on the keys. This can help you develop a more expressive playing style, and is recommended for keyboard lessons. Size and portability: Consider the size and weight of the keyboard if you plan on traveling with it or moving it frequently. Some keyboards are more compact and lightweight than others, making them easier to transport. Brand and quality: There are many different brands of keyboards on the market, ranging from budget-friendly to high-end options. It's recommended to research and compare different brands and models, and to try out different keyboards in person if possible. It's recommended to consult with a keyboard teacher or knowledgeable salesperson for guidance and recommendations.
  • Do you offer recitals or performance opportunities?
    Yes, we offer recitals and performance opportunities to our students. We believe that performing in front of an audience is an essential part of the learning experience and can help our students gain confidence and showcase their skills. We organise intramural recitals for our students, which are entirely free to participate in and open to all students. These recitals are a great way for our students to showcase their progress and receive feedback from their peers and instructors. We also offer other performance opportunities, such as ensemble performances or participation in community events, which may have associated fees depending on the specific event. We encourage all our students to participate in our recitals and other performance opportunities to gain valuable experience and showcase their hard work and dedication.
  • How often should I take piano/ keyboard lessons?
    The frequency of lessons should be determined based on your goals, availability, and level of commitment to learning. We recommend twice-a-week lessons for beginners and late beginners. Intermediate and advance students may chose a frequency of lessons that will serve their desired pace of learning. Note: Consistent practice and instruction can help you build and maintain good habits, progress your skills, and ultimately achieve your goals more efficiently. However, we understand that scheduling can be a challenge for some students. If you cannot commit to twice-a-week lessons, once-a-week lesson may be an option. Keep in mind that less frequent lessons will require more independent practice and study time outside of lessons.
  • Can I request specific songs to learn?
    Absolutely! We encourage you to bring in songs that you want to learn, and we'll work with you to teach you the necessary techniques to play them.
  • Can adults learn to play the piano/ keyboard?
    Absolutely! It's never too late to start learning an instrument, and many adults find great enjoyment and fulfillment in taking piano lessons. Adult students may have different goals and learning styles than children, and our teachers will tailor their approach accordingly. There are numerous benefits of adults taking music lessons. Here are a few: Improved cognitive function: Studies have shown that learning to play an instrument can improve cognitive function and enhance brain plasticity, which is especially beneficial for older adults. Stress relief: Playing music has been shown to reduce stress and anxiety levels, as well as improve overall mood and well-being. Increased creativity: Learning to play an instrument can help adults tap into their creative side and express themselves in new and meaningful ways. Improved dexterity and motor skills: Playing an instrument requires fine motor skills and dexterity, which can be beneficial for improving hand-eye coordination and overall physical coordination. Sense of accomplishment: Learning a new skill such as playing an instrument can be a rewarding and fulfilling experience, and can help boost self-confidence and a sense of accomplishment. Socialisation: Taking music lessons can be a great way for adults to meet new people and connect with others who share similar interests and passions. Lifelong learning: Learning to play an instrument is a lifelong pursuit, and can provide a sense of purpose and ongoing challenge for adults looking to continue learning and growing throughout their lives. Overall, taking music lessons as an adult can be a fulfilling and enriching experience, providing numerous benefits for both physical and mental well-being.
  • What if I need to take a break from lessons?
    We understand that sometimes students may need to take a break from lessons due to personal reasons or scheduling conflicts. If you need to take a break from your lessons, please inform our office as soon as possible, and we will work with you to find a suitable arrangement. Please note that resuming the classes after a break will be subject to slot availability, and we cannot guarantee that the same time slot will be available. We encourage you to let us know in advance if you plan to take a break so we can work with you to minimise any disruptions in your music learning journey.
  • Do I need prior experience to join the piano/ keyboard class?
    No prior experience is necessary to take our instrument lessons. We welcome students of all skill levels, from complete beginners to advanced players. Our instructors will customise the lessons to your individual needs and skill level, regardless of whether you've ever played the instrument before or not. Our lessons are designed to provide a strong foundation in music theory and techniques, while also fostering confidence and enjoyment in playing. We'll start with the basics and progress at a pace that is comfortable for you, helping you to develop your skills and achieve your musical goals. If you already have experience, our instructors will work with you to assess your current skill level and identify areas for improvement. They will develop a personalised plan to help you further your musical knowledge and skills. In short, our lessons are inclusive and accommodating to students of all skill levels. We are committed to supporting your learning and helping you achieve your goals, no matter where you're starting from.
  • What are the basic requirements that you'll need to have for online piano/ keyboard lessons?
    A reliable internet connection, a device with a camera and microphone, and access to an online video conferencing platform are the basic requirements. It's also helpful to have a quiet and distraction-free environment to maximise your focus during the lessons. By meeting these basic requirements and implementing the suggested adjustments, you can make the most out of your online music lessons and enjoy a rewarding learning experience.
  • Can I get a refund?
    We strive to provide exceptional music lessons and ensure that our students are satisfied with their progress. If for any reason you may have to discontinue, you can speak with our academic or course coordinators, and we will work with you to find a solution. However, we have a "No refund" policy, so we recommend that you enrol in our program only after being fully convinced through an assessment or trial session.
  • What is the duration of a piano class?
    Our in-person lessons run for a duration of 55 minutes per hour and online lessons for 45 minutes.
  • What is the best age to start piano/ keyboard lessons for children?
    It's generally recommended to start piano/ keyboard lessons around the age of 5-6 years old. However, this can vary depending on the child's readiness and interest in learning to play the piano/ keyboard. An individual of any age group would benefit from starting lessons, when they develop a curiosity towards the sound of the instrument. It's important to keep in mind that some children may not be ready to start lessons until they are a bit older, while others may be ready to start earlier. We suggest taking a trial class with our teachers to fully assess the readiness of the student and to best support the student's individual needs and goals.
  • How much time should I practice between lessons?
    The amount of time you should spend practicing in between lessons depends on your goals, skill level, and schedule. Generally speaking, it's important to practice consistently, rather than for long periods of time all at once. Here are some general guidelines: Beginner students: For beginners, it's recommended to practice for at least 20-30 minutes per day, several times a week. As you progress, you can gradually increase the amount of time spent practicing. Intermediate students: For intermediate students, it's recommended to practice for 30-60 minutes per day, several times a week. Again, as you progress, you can gradually increase the amount of time spent practicing. Advanced students: For advanced students, it's recommended to practice for at least 60-90 minutes per day, several times a week. However, the amount of time spent practicing will depend on your specific goals and repertoire. Remember that the quality of your practice is more important than the quantity of time spent practicing. It's better to have a focused and productive practice session, even if it's shorter in duration. Your teachers will work with you to develop a practice routine that meets your specific needs and goals.
  • Are online piano/ keyboard classes effective?
    With high-quality online platforms, experienced teachers and specifically designed class methods for the digital learning experience, online classes can be just as effective as in-person lessons. Plus, you can avoid the hassle of transportation and enjoy the convenience of scheduling classes around your own schedule. Online music classes offer a flexible and convenient option for anyone looking to develop their musical skills from the comfort of their own home. Give online music lessons a try and see the benefits for yourself!
  • Do I need a piano/ keyboard at home to take lessons?
    Having a piano or keyboard at home to practice on is highly beneficial for students, as regular practice is essential for progress and improvement. Practicing regularly helps to build muscle memory, develop good technique, and reinforce musical concepts learned in lessons. Without a piano or keyboard at home, it may be difficult for students to practice consistently and make steady progress. That being said, not everyone may have access to a piano or keyboard at home due to space or financial constraints. In such cases, teachers may be able to provide practice time during lessons for in-person lessons. But owning an instrument at least from the 2nd or 3rd class is mandatory for online students.
  • What should I bring to class?
    Students should bring any necessary accessories, such as headphones, drum sticks etc.
  • What if I need to take a break from lessons?
    We understand that sometimes students may need to take a break from lessons due to personal reasons or scheduling conflicts. If you need to take a break from your lessons, please inform our office as soon as possible, and we will work with you to find a suitable arrangement. Please note that resuming the classes after a break will be subject to slot availability, and we cannot guarantee that the same time slot will be available. We encourage you to let us know in advance if you plan to take a break so we can work with you to minimise any disruptions in your music learning journey.
  • How do I enrol in drum lessons, online or offline?
    To enrol in our music lessons, you can visit our music school or contact us through our website or phone. We will be happy to answer any questions you may have and provide you with more information about our courses. We typically recommend starting with an assessment or trial lesson, which will help us understand your current skill level, learning style, and goals. This information will allow us to tailor our lessons to your specific needs and help you achieve your guitar learning objectives. Once you have completed an assessment or trial lesson, you can choose a lesson program that best suits your needs and schedule. We offer various programs, such as private or group lessons, to cater to different learning preferences. Our staff will guide you through the enrolment process and help you schedule your first lesson. We look forward to welcoming you to our music school and helping you on your music learning journey.
  • How do I arrange my setup during class for online lesson?
    Follow these steps for a comfortable and effective learning experience. Position your laptop at a suitable height: Adjust the height of your laptop so that the hat allows your drum kit and your hands to be clearly visible. You can use a stand or a stack of books to elevate the laptop to the appropriate height. Check your audio and video settings: Make sure your microphone and camera are working correctly by testing them in advance. Adjust your audio and video settings as needed to ensure your teacher can hear and see you clearly. Use headphones: To minimise background noise and prevent audio feedback, use headphones during the lesson. This will also help you hear your teacher more clearly. Adjust the angle of your camera: Tilt your laptop screen downwards so that the camera captures a clear view of your hands and drums. If necessary, you can use a stand or books to adjust the angle of your laptop. Have your lesson materials ready: Ensure you have all the lesson materials you need, such as your music books and sheet music, within reach. You can use a music stand or a desk to hold your lesson materials while you play.
  • Can adults learn to play the drums?
    Absolutely! It's never too late to start learning an instrument, and many adults find great enjoyment and fulfillment in taking drum lessons. Adult students may have different goals and learning styles than children, and our teachers will tailor their approach accordingly. There are numerous benefits of adults taking music lessons. Here are a few: Improved cognitive function: Studies have shown that learning to play an instrument can improve cognitive function and enhance brain plasticity, which is especially beneficial for older adults. Stress relief: Playing music has been shown to reduce stress and anxiety levels, as well as improve overall mood and well-being. Increased creativity: Learning to play an instrument can help adults tap into their creative side and express themselves in new and meaningful ways. Improved dexterity and motor skills: Playing an instrument requires fine motor skills and dexterity, which can be beneficial for improving hand-eye coordination and overall physical coordination. Sense of accomplishment: Learning a new skill such as playing an instrument can be a rewarding and fulfilling experience, and can help boost self-confidence and a sense of accomplishment. Socialisation: Taking music lessons can be a great way for adults to meet new people and connect with others who share similar interests and passions. Lifelong learning: Learning to play an instrument is a lifelong pursuit, and can provide a sense of purpose and ongoing challenge for adults looking to continue learning and growing throughout their lives. Overall, taking music lessons as an adult can be a fulfilling and enriching experience, providing numerous benefits for both physical and mental well-being.
  • What is the best age to start drum lessons for children?
    It's generally recommended to start drum lessons around the age of 5-6 years old. However, this can vary depending on the child's readiness and interest in learning to play the drums. An individual of any age group would benefit from starting lessons, when they develop a curiosity towards the sound of the instrument. It's important to keep in mind that some children may not be ready to start lessons until they are a bit older, while others may be ready to start earlier. We suggest taking a trial class with our teachers to fully assess the readiness of the student and to best support the student's individual needs and goals.
  • Do you offer recitals or performance opportunities?
    Yes, we offer recitals and performance opportunities to our students. We believe that performing in front of an audience is an essential part of the learning experience and can help our students gain confidence and showcase their skills. We organise intramural recitals for our students, which are entirely free to participate in and open to all students. These recitals are a great way for our students to showcase their progress and receive feedback from their peers and instructors. We also offer other performance opportunities, such as ensemble performances or participation in community events, which may have associated fees depending on the specific event. We encourage all our students to participate in our recitals and other performance opportunities to gain valuable experience and showcase their hard work and dedication.
  • What is the difference between 1-on-1 and Duo music lessons?
    One-on-one music lessons offer undivided time and attention from the teacher, enabling them to pinpoint areas where the student requires additional guidance. This setting creates a concentrated atmosphere that is devoid of interruptions, enabling students to concentrate solely on their instrument and music. Duo music lessons can be more cost-effective, making them more accessible to students who may not be able to afford individual lessons while retaining personalised approach of teaching and learning while sharing the classroom with another student.
  • What are the basic requirements that you'll need to have for online drum lessons?
    A reliable internet connection, a device with a camera and microphone, and access to an online video conferencing platform are the basic requirements. It's also helpful to have a quiet and distraction-free environment to maximise your focus during the lessons. By meeting these basic requirements and implementing the suggested adjustments, you can make the most out of your online music lessons and enjoy a rewarding learning experience.
  • Can I request specific songs to learn?
    Absolutely! We encourage you to bring in songs that you want to learn, and we'll work with you to teach you the necessary techniques to play them.
  • How often should I take drum lessons?
    The frequency of lessons should be determined based on your goals, availability, and level of commitment to learning. We recommend twice-a-week lessons for beginners and late beginners. Intermediate and advance students may chose a frequency of lessons that will serve their desired pace of learning. Note: Consistent practice and instruction can help you build and maintain good habits, progress your skills, and ultimately achieve your goals more efficiently. However, we understand that scheduling can be a challenge for some students. If you cannot commit to twice-a-week lessons, once-a-week lesson may be an option. Keep in mind that less frequent lessons will require more independent practice and study time outside of lessons.
  • Can I get a refund?
    We strive to provide exceptional music lessons and ensure that our students are satisfied with their progress. If for any reason you may have to discontinue, you can speak with our academic or course coordinators, and we will work with you to find a solution. However, we have a "No refund" policy, so we recommend that you enrol in our program only after being fully convinced through an assessment or trial session.
  • Can I switch instructors if I don't feel like it's a good fit?
    Yes, you can switch instructors if you don't feel like it's a good fit. We want to ensure that you are getting the most out of your lessons, and we understand that sometimes a different teaching style or personality may be a better match.
  • How much time should I practice between lessons?
    The amount of time you should spend practicing in between lessons depends on your goals, skill level, and schedule. Generally speaking, it's important to practice consistently, rather than for long periods of time all at once. Here are some general guidelines: Beginner students: For beginners, it's recommended to practice for at least 20-30 minutes per day, several times a week. As you progress, you can gradually increase the amount of time spent practicing. Intermediate students: For intermediate students, it's recommended to practice for 30-60 minutes per day, several times a week. Again, as you progress, you can gradually increase the amount of time spent practicing. Advanced students: For advanced students, it's recommended to practice for at least 60-90 minutes per day, several times a week. However, the amount of time spent practicing will depend on your specific goals and repertoire. Remember that the quality of your practice is more important than the quantity of time spent practicing. It's better to have a focused and productive practice session, even if it's shorter in duration. Your teachers will work with you to develop a practice routine that meets your specific needs and goals.
  • What is the duration of a drums class?
    Our in-person lessons run for a duration of 55 minutes per hour and online lessons for 45 minutes.
  • Are online drum classes effective?
    With high-quality online platforms, experienced teachers and specifically designed class methods for the digital learning experience, online classes can be just as effective as in-person lessons. Plus, you can avoid the hassle of transportation and enjoy the convenience of scheduling classes around your own schedule. Online music classes offer a flexible and convenient option for anyone looking to develop their musical skills from the comfort of their own home. Give online music lessons a try and see the benefits for yourself!
  • Do I need a drum set at home to take lessons?
    Having an acoustic or electronic drum set at home to practice on is highly beneficial for students, as regular practice is essential for progress and improvement. Practicing regularly helps to build muscle memory, develop good technique, and reinforce musical concepts learned in lessons. Without a drum set at home, it may be difficult for students to practice consistently and make steady progress. That being said, not everyone may have access to a acoustic drum set at home due to space, sound or financial constraints. In such cases, investing in an electronic drum kit would be beneficial as it takes up less space and can be used with headphones for a quiet practice session. Teachers will provide practice time on an acoustic drum kit for in-person lessons.
  • How long does it take to learn to play the drums?
    This varies greatly depending on the individual's dedication, practice time, and goals. Some may see progress within a few months, while others may take several years to reach a desired level of proficiency. On an average we see students gaining basic technical proficiency in the first 3 to 6 months and basic expressive and dynamic proficiency in the first 1-2 years and steadily increase capabilities in compositional and creative thinking skills in just over a year and a few months. This rate of progress is dependant entirely on regularity in attending classes, commitment to practice and extensive music listening and transcription.
  • How do I pay for drum lessons?
    We accept various forms of payment including UPI, cash, credit/debit card, and online payment through our app, website or office. You can pay for lessons monthly or in packs.
  • Do I need prior experience to join the drums class?
    No prior experience is necessary to take our instrument lessons. We welcome students of all skill levels, from complete beginners to advanced players. Our instructors will customise the lessons to your individual needs and skill level, regardless of whether you've ever played the instrument before or not. Our lessons are designed to provide a strong foundation in music theory and techniques, while also fostering confidence and enjoyment in playing. We'll start with the basics and progress at a pace that is comfortable for you, helping you to develop your skills and achieve your musical goals. If you already have experience, our instructors will work with you to assess your current skill level and identify areas for improvement. They will develop a personalised plan to help you further your musical knowledge and skills. In short, our lessons are inclusive and accommodating to students of all skill levels. We are committed to supporting your learning and helping you achieve your goals, no matter where you're starting from.
  • How should I purchase a drum set?
    When purchasing an electronic/ acoustic drum kit for drum lessons, there are a few factors to consider, such as budget, space, and the player's skill level. ELECTRONIC DRUM KIT It's important to look for a kit with a variety of drum sounds and features, such as sensitivity adjustments, built-in metronome, and recording capabilities. Additionally, the quality of the pads and cymbals should be considered, as well as the overall durability of the kit. Some popular brands to consider for electronic drum kits include Roland, Yamaha, and Alesis. It's important to consult with a drum teacher or experienced drummer to determine the best type of electronic drum kit based on the student's needs and goals. ACOUSTIC DRUM KIT For beginners, it is generally recommended to start with a basic drum set that includes a bass drum, snare drum, hi-hat cymbals, and a ride cymbal. As the student progresses, they may consider adding additional pieces such as toms, crash cymbals, and percussion instruments. It's important to consult with a drum teacher or experienced drummer to determine the best type of drum set based on the student's needs and goals.
  • Can I cancel and reschedule a lesson I reserved?
    Once slots are reserved, cancellation is not permitted. However, we understand that unexpected things can come up, and we will try to accommodate your scheduling needs within the constraints of our policy and availability so long as the need is genuine and the student maintains an excellent attendance record otherwise.
  • What age group is the summer camp suitable for?
    Our summer camp is designed for children aged 4 to 11 years.
  • What is the class size for the summer camp?
    Our summer camp has a maximum class size of 10 participants per activity, ensuring personalised attention and guidance from our instructors.
  • What is the cancellation policy for the summer camp?
    We offer a full refund for cancellations made at least 2 weeks before the start date of the summer camp. Cancellations made less than 2 weeks before the start date will not be eligible for a refund.
  • What is the duration of the summer camp?
    Our summer camp runs for a duration of three weeks. Each week will have 5 sessions with each session spanning for 2 hours.
  • Is prior experience required for any of the activities?
    No prior experience is required for any of the activities. Our instructors will tailor the lessons to the skill level of each participant.
  • What are the benefits of early year music programs?
    Early year music programs can have many benefits for children, including improving cognitive development, increasing creativity, boosting social skills, and promoting early literacy.
  • What is the Explorer program?
    Explorer, is an early year music program designed for children between the ages of 4 and 9 years old, to provide them with a fun and interactive way to explore music, develop their musical abilities, and foster a love for music.
  • How long do early year music programs usually run for?
    The Xplorer program runs for 3 months with 2 sessions per week.
  • Do parents or caregivers need to participate in early year music programs?
    Parents or caregivers can supplement their child's early year music program experience by providing a nurturing and immersive learning environment at home, which includes incorporating music into daily routines and playing music in conjunction with Xplorer class days. This can augment the child's learning journey and foster a sense of ease and familiarity with music.
  • Is there a specific instrument that children will learn in early year music programs?
    Early year music programs focus on developing a love for music and musical abilities in general, rather than learning a specific instrument. However, children will have the opportunity to explore and play various musical instruments as part of the program.
  • Should I invest in gear before joining this course?
    Our students have access to top-of-the-line studio facilities and equipment, which eliminates the need for heavy investment in gear during the learning process. Additionally, if students want to practice at home, we offer special discounts on equipment through our partnerships and endorsements with leading brands in professional audio for all future equipment needs of our students.
  • Are there any prerequisites for this course?
    No prior experience or musical knowledge is necessary. Basic computer skills and familiarity with music software are helpful, but not required. It is also beneficial to have a strong interest in music production and a desire to learn and improve your skills.
  • Will I be given course materials?
    The Music Production Foundation course provides students with unparalleled access to course materials through our mobile app and online platform. Our comprehensive course materials, including lectures, tutorials, sessions, audio files and other resources, are easily accessible online from any device with an internet connection. This ensures that students can conveniently access the material whenever and wherever they need, enabling them to review the course content as often as necessary to fully master the concepts and techniques covered in the course.
  • Will I have practice sessions?
    Yes, as a student in the Music Production Foundation course, you will have the opportunity to book practice sessions in our state-of-the-art studio facilities. We have a booking system in place that allows students to reserve time in the studio at their convenience. The booking system is easy to use and accessible through our online platform or app. Once you have enrolled in the course, you will receive instructions on how to access the booking system. From there, you can select the date and time that works best for you and reserve the studio for your practice sessions. The booking system allows you to book practice sessions in advance, so you can plan your schedule accordingly. Our instructors will also be available to provide guidance and support during your practice sessions, so you can get the most out of your time in the studio.
  • What are my prospects with the Music Production course?
    Completing a music production foundation course can provide you with a strong foundation in music production and the necessary skills to create your own music in a qualitative and efficient manner. With these skills, you can pursue various opportunities in the music industry, such as working as a recording engineer, music producer, composer, arranger, sound designer, mixing engineer, mastering engineer, or even starting your own music production business. Additionally, the skills and knowledge gained in the course can also be applied to other fields that require audio production, such as film, television, and video game industries.
  • What is Music Production Foundation course?
    Music Production Foundation is a 3-month music production course that provides students with a comprehensive introduction to the world of music production. The course covers the fundamentals including Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) navigation, basic music theory, production and sound-design techniques, and the use of industry-standard software for recording, editing, mixing and mastering.
  • What is post-course support and how does it work?
    Post-course support refers to the ongoing support and guidance that students receive after they have completed the Music Production Foundation course. This support is designed to help students reinforce their skills and knowledge acquired through the course. This may be in the form of video or audio calls, and is provided by experienced music producers who are available to answer questions and provide feedback. To access post-course support, students can easily reach out to the office and schedule a call or request through the app. The support will be available for one month after the course has ended and is subject to the availability of the faculty. Whether you have questions about specific techniques, need feedback on a new project, or simply want to stay connected to the music production community, post course support provides a valuable resource for students as they continue their musical journey.
  • How often are the classes held?
    The course schedule includes two 2-hour sessions per week, comprising a mix of face-to-face lectures and assisted private sessions. Artist and resident workshops, ranging from 2 to 6 hours each, will be held separately from the regular lecture sessions. A detailed weekly schedule, including course topics, will be provided in advance to enable students to prepare for each class and optimise their learning experience. In addition to the scheduled classes, students will have the benefit of weekly Q&A sessions, where they can seek guidance and feedback from their instructors and peers.
  • How to enrol in the Music Production Foundation course?
    To purchase the Music Production Foundation course, students should first call the office to discuss the program with a course counsellor/ faculty and ensure that it is the right fit for their needs and goals. This will also provide an opportunity to ask any questions or clarify any details about the course before making a purchase. Once the student has decided to enrol in the course, they can purchase it through the office, website or app. The process of purchasing the course will vary depending on the payment method chosen. It is important to note that enrolling in the Music Production Foundation course is a commitment to 3 months of study and practice, and students should ensure that they have the time and resources available to fully participate in the course before making a purchase. By taking the time to research and understand the course and its requirements, students can ensure that they are making an informed decision about their education and career in music production.
  • Can the fee be paid in instalments?
    Yes, the Music Production Foundation course provides the option for students to pay their fees through an EMI (Equated Monthly Instalment) plan. However standard Bank charges will be applied as per policy of the Bank.
  • Will there be certification?
    Yes, upon successful completion of the Music Production Foundation course, students will receive a certificate of completion. This certificate verifies that the student has successfully completed the course and has demonstrated an understanding of the fundamental concepts and techniques of music production. This certificate can be used to demonstrate to potential employers or clients that the student has received training in music production and has the skills necessary to work in production.
  • How do online band meetings work?
    Online band meetings will take place on zoom/zoho meetings app. Each band will have separate meetings. Meetings will be moderated and supervised by Trill Route faculty/ Ensemble coordinator.
  • Can I choose which song the band will perform?
    No. Songs are chosen based on different criteria such as genre suitability, technical ability etc. of the curated group of students. It is ideal that the Ensemble coordinator takes this decision.
  • Where will jam sessions take place?
    Jam sessions will take place in the Live Room at our institute in Indiranagar.
  • Are they professional recordings?
    Yes, they will be professional recordings, mixed & mastered by expert sound engineers & producers.
  • Can online students apply for Band Camp?
    Yes, if they are able to commute to the institute when required, for jam sessions and recording purposes.
  • Are Band Camp sessions separate from Trill Route classes? Will they take place at different times?
    Yes, Band Camp is a separate program and learnings are quite different between a one-on-one session and as part of a band. The sessions will take place at different hours and days to normal classes.
  • Can I choose my band members?
    No. Musical compatibility is important in a band setting. Since an informed decision is required for a successful execution of a camp, we leave it upto our ensemble coordinators to curate student musicians.
  • Where will the recordings take place?
    Recordings will take place in the Live Room & Studio at the institute.
  • How are meetings scheduled?
    Both online & offline meetings/sessions will be scheduled on the basis of a common suitable time for each band member & availability of resources. Students enrolling are expected to be flexible and cooperate fully during the scheduling process.
  • Will there be a certificate provided on the completion of Band Camp?
    Yes, students will be provided a certificate of completion at the end of Band Camp.
  • What are the selection criteria?
    Students are selected on the basis of their musical abilities, availability in Bangalore during the program, commitment to commute to the institute, and being regular to the scheduled sessions & available seats in the program.
  • Can I get a replacement session if I miss a group meeting?
    Meeting timings will be discussed amongst band members beforehand, depending on which time suits everyone and to eliminate cancellations. For successfully completing a performance material to an satisfactory quality, commitment of each member plays a role in successfully completing a performance material to an satisfactory quality.
  • What is the duration of Band Camp?
    Currently, Band Camp is an 8 week program.
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