WHAT WE TEACH
Music Theory
Learners pursuing western music disciplines attend one theory lesson per week, besides their practical classes. These lessons help you learn the fundamental principles and accelerate your learning curve. One may also join classes for theory exclusively, without learning any instrument in particular. 


Music has many different elements. The main elements are: rhythm, melody, harmony, structure, timbre, dynamics, and texture. Learning music theory includes study of the mechanics of music and how music works. 

One learns to identify patterns that govern composers' techniques. In a more general sense, music theory also often distills and analyzes the elements of music – rhythm, harmony (harmonic function), melody, structure, form, and texture. 


Theory lessons also include Ear training or aural skills; This is a process by which musicians learn to identify intervals, chords, rhythms, and other basic elements of music by ear. 

Singing plays an important part in ear training, since one must learn to hear music in one's head and match pitch before it is possible to sing it reliably. Moreover, reproducing sounds by singing them is a reliable way to verify that they are heard correctly. 
 
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