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Free Yamaha Music Education System Preview Classes


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Free Yamaha Music Education System Preview Classes:

Queen’s Community Music offers the Yamaha Music Wonderland Course, Yamaha Junior Music Course and Yamaha Young Musician’s Course beginner level courses for different age groups that make music learning fun in a group environment.

The Yamaha philosophy for music education is based on the belief that everyone has the potential to develop musical ability. Yamaha believes that everyone has the capacity to create, perform and enjoy one's own music, and that through this joy of music one can enjoy a richer life.  It is proven that group lessons are an effective way to achieve comprehensive musical training. Through groups, students can sing with others and perform in various kinds of ensembles. Groups also allow for children to be at ease, become motivated by their peers and develop confidence through regular in-class performance in front of a friendly and familiar audience.
The Yamaha curriculum includes singing words and solfège, keyboard playing, sight singing, sight playing, rhythm, ensemble work and musical creativity. Accompanied by the parent, as the parent is the essential link between the class experience and successful practice at the home, both child and parent can both share the joy of learning music with one another.

Join us for a Free Preview Class, to see what they are all about. Please contact us to register:

❖ Music Wonderland (NEW!): for children aged 3-4. Students must be three years old by July 1st, 2017.
    •    Saturday September 9th: 10.30am
❖ Junior Music Course 1: for children aged 4-5. Students must be four years old by July 1st, 2017.
    •    Wednesday, September 6th: 4.30pm
    •    Thursday, September 7th: 3.30pm
    •    Saturday, September 9th: 1pm
❖ Young Musician’s Course 1: for children aged 6-8. Students must be six years old by July 1st, 2017.
    •    Tuesday, September 5th: 4.30pm
    •    Thursday, September 7th: 5.30pm

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