How do we learn to play an instrument?

Our working method consists of a weekly class that lasts
for one hour.

Our idea is that the child will start playing an instrument
from the very first day of class.

At the beginning, it will be something very simple, just the basics, but it will get more complex as time goes by, plus extra exercises that will be practiced at home.


The theoretical classes will appear along the way, when we render them necessary.

We try to stand in a certain position, on one side, trying to encourage the reading and writing of a musical score and on the other side, trying to enhance and develop the listening skills, that will bring about the creation of their own melodies.

The choice of the repertoire is, generally speaking, within the students liking. They bring to class a wide variety of material that ranges from classical music to rock & roll, getting their way through jazz, tango, folklore or ethnic music. The teachers will be in charge of adapting this material to the student's level.


Besides these weekly classes, all the students get together once a month in group classes called Ensembles.

There, divided by age and level, with the instrument they have chosen to master and with the teacher's directions, they will
start to perform the composition they have prepared beforehand, together with all the other students.

The Ensemble enables the integration of students who have similar interests and it is a fabulous way of learning music.


Classes of:
Piano, organ, guitar, electric guitar, bass, drums,
percussion, violin, saxophone, German flute, trumpet, cello, singing.

Groups of:
- Musical Iniciation as from 18 months old.
- Musical and vocal ensembles from pre-adolescents,
adolescents and adults.
- Singing for pre-adolescents, adolescents and adults.
- Groupal singing for pre-adolescents, adolescents and adults.
- Parents and babies from 10 to 24 months old.
- Teacher's finishing classes.

Sample of instruments - Listen