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Instrument Classes

Our team of experienced and accomplished teachers provide a positive and supportive learning environment.

Every student is unique! Our instrument classes are suitable for anyone who share with us a common love for music!

For further enquiries on the various classes, please call us at 6465 4998, or email us at:
info@curtismusicschool.com.sg

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Piano

Widely used in classical and jazz music for solo performances, ensemble and accompaniment. The ability of the piano keyboard to offer complex melodic and harmonic interplay have made it one of the world’s most versatile musical instruments.

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Violin

It is the smallest, highest-pitched member of the string instrument family. Outside the classical arena, the violin has been extensively used: from popular music throughout the 1920s, to fusion bands and most recently, crossover music .

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Cello

An instrument with a big, beautiful and mellow sound, the cello can be played as a solo instrument or as a part of the standard orchestra and many other chamber groups. Among the most well-known Baroque works for the cello are Johann Sebastian Bach’s Six Unaccompanied Suites. The Prelude from the First Suite is particularly well-known.

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Guitar

The modern guitar is a 6-string instrument constructed from wood and strung with either nylon or steel strings. While the nylon-strung classical guitar is often played as a solo instrument using a comprehensive fingerpicking technique, the pick is most often used for electric and steel-string acoustic guitars.

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Ukulele

A small, four-stringed instrument that produces warmer sounds than a guitar. It has softer strings and is considerably easier to play than the guitar. Many mainstream artists like former Beatles Paul McCartney and George Harrison as well as Jimi Hendrix and Elvis Presley, were often seen playing the instrument.

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Singing

Often done in a group with other musicians, such as in a choir of singers or in an ensemble with instrumentalists, such as a band or rock group.Having correct vocal and breathing techniques are important in developing the strength and resonance necessary for voice projection.