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Langford Road, Bangalore
The piano (and its contemporary descendant, the keyboard) have played a crucial part in all forms of Western music. With its substantial range of notes, and vast potential for melodic and harmonic interplay, the instrument has remained a mainstay in diverse genres like classical music, gospel, R&B, jazz, and film music. Even within the primarily guitar-driven landscape of rock music, innovative players like Jon Lord (Deep Purple), or Jordan Rudess (Dream Theater) have managed to make the keys an irreplaceable component of their respective band's unique sound. Composers across the board frequently prefer to compose on the piano or the keyboard, because it is able to carry the key aspects of melody, rhythm and harmony simultaneously and allows them possibilities that are either impossible or obscured on other instruments. As an electronic, digital instrument which functions on samples of actual acoustic sounds, the keyboard is perfectly suited to sync with most of the radical innovations taking place in musical and recording technology today. Learning the Keyboard can have huge theoretical and physical benefits for the serious musician. Apart from a grounding in how music works, playing the Keyboard also cultivates dexterity with the fingers that can be effectively transfered to playing any other instrument. All this and more, makes the Keyboard an excellent choice both as a primary or a secondary instrument.
About all strings of Piano and Keyboard.
- Anyone passionate about music and who wants to learn and understand music better - Anybody that wants to sit for professional music exams - Professional Musicians -Hobbyists
None. We begin at your level and advance from there.
A notebook and your instrument (except for piano)
You pay for: All teaching material and resources Instruments provided in class to learn and practice on Over 60 hours of direct instruction Small focussed groups with individual attention Workshops Shuffle classes- learn the rudiments of an other instrument Electives Classes on musicianship, music theory, a Q&A session, band dynamics, stage presence Access to our fully equipped rehearsal room to jam before the concert Concert Performance Certification of successful completion of the course.
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