Early Bird Programme (Group lesson)
There are 4 terms:
1. Vocal – the natural instrument that you are born with.
2. Piano – making tunes and rhythm by your sense of touch.
3. Strings – discover the beauty of violin and cello.
4. Flute/Strings – continue with strings or try out the flute.
Musical Instrument Programme (Group of Two)
Students can either register with their friend or assign to a learning partner when they enrolled with us. We will do an individual assessment test to pair students together.
Instruments available for this programme
Suitable for all ages and levels.
Learn more about these musical instruments when you enroll with us:
Studio Class (for all musical instrument programme students)
Conducted every three months, studio class offers the platform for our students to learn more about performing before they appear on a bigger stage. Students will be playing pieces they have learned during their Musical Instrument Programme in front of teacher and peers in his/her studio.
Free for all students enrolled in Musical Instrument Programme
At PMCA,we work very hard to bring top-notch soloist, university professors, professional orchestra musicians (eg.SSO and MPO), as well as established teachers to our Masterclass Series.
Click here for upcoming Master class Series.
Extra fees may apply for both students and audience.
• play unified intonation and articulations
• lead and give cue
• listen to other sections and support each other
• make phrases and shapes with music
• rehearse and collaborate
Types of chamber music configuration:
- String Quartet (2 violins, 1 viola, 1 cello)
- String Trio (violin, viola, cello or 2 violins, cello)
- Piano Quartet (Piano, Violin, Viola, Cello)
- Piano Trio (Piano, Violin, Cello)
- Woodwind group
Available in weekly sessions.
Why should we learn chamber music?
- Chamber music is an excellent platform to train ensemble playing and sight-reading skills. Many outstanding orchestra musicians benefited from extensive chamber music training at an early age.
- Many composers, including Beethoven, reserve the best music to chamber music works. They are generally ‘intimate’, as compared to larger works such as symphonies. Symphonies are like public statements of a composer, while chamber music is like a love letter or daises of a composer.
- Students will find liberty in a chamber music group; they share equal chance to play solo and supporting lines.