We offer special all-in-one courses from early childhood to professional music education. Namely, children and students develop absolute pitch, quick long-term music memory, deep understanding and appreciation of classical music, and the skills needed for easy, enjoyable music composition. Any further or concurrent study of a musical instrument is made substantially easier and a lot more fun by the fundamental, rudimentary, as well as expert skills developed in these courses.
We guarantee tangible results to every child, teenager, and student.
After having taken our course, every single student, without exception, entering a German Musikhochschule (university of music) passed the Ear Training and Theory of Music Entrance Examination.
Group workshops for children ages 4-8 (in special cases starting with 1 year of age) are held twice a week. Even though this frequency of lessons is unusual for Western Europe, it helps us achieve extraordinary results. With children and students ages 9 and up, equivalent results can be achieved with lessons once a week.
We use the patented Brainin Teaching Method, which has been presented at numerous international music education conferences as well as master-courses in Amsterdam (Holland), Vienna and Salzburg (Austria), Florence (Italy), Moscow and St. Petersburg (Russia), Pretoria and Stellenbosch (South Africa), Winchester (England), Tampa (USA), and Hannover (Germany).
We currently employ several state-certified piano teachers with various musical interests. Due to this assortment of backgrounds and interests, there is a teacher for everyone. Lessons in groups of two are also available, which offer the advantages of reduced prices per person, as well as development of ensemble skills.
We take children ages 4 and up, teenagers, adults who want to either take their first lessons or bring back what they learned in childhood. And needless to say, those who want to pursue a professional music career. A number of our students have become prize-winners at local, national, as well as international music competitions.
In addition to regular lessons, we offer lessons for especially-gifted children and teenagers taught by a Musikhochschule Hannover professor for which an interview is needed. For regular lessons, no interview is needed. Prices for both types of lessons are the same.
We offer both classical and pop-accompaniment styles. In the latter case, you learn to play popular music by ear as well as compose your own songs. Those who prefer the style and technique of Andres Segovia over that of Jimi Hendrix, will also feel at home.
There are not only individual lessons, but also those conducted in small groups.
We offer three types of accordion for classical music and folklore:
The study of the organ is available both for jazz/rock purposes, as well for classical/church music (for instance the music of Bach's epoch).
The electric keyboard is offered as an independent, stand-alone instrument with its own repertoire and unique possibilities. The irrefutable advantage of the electric keyboard is its ability to layer accompaniment which lets you create a whole orchestra. The electric keyboard is taught for those who wish to study popular/rock music, as well as a compact inexpensive version of a classical piano.
For those who wish to study instruments other than those listed above, we promise to find a teacher in the shortest amount of time possible.
We offer Bel Canto Voice Training, opera repertoire, popular singing, solo and ensemble for beginners and the advanced.
Singing in a choir develops the musical ear, strengthens one's voice, and exposes children to social interaction with their peers.
Those who already play any musical instrument are invited to get involved in instrumental ensembles. This gives an opportunity not only to perform well-known pieces, but also to hear one's own compositions. Instrumental arrangements are made by our faculty. For those who would like to try to compose music, this is also an excellent opportunity to learn how to make instrumental arrangements for one's own compositions.