Students in a group class pay up to around 50% less in fees while still receiving high quality lessons using the same exercises and techniques that we do with private lesson students.
Singing or drumming in front of your peers in a supportive environment can only boost your confidence towards performing either on-stage or for friends and family.
Students in group classes must work together and rely on each other and this encourages team building and builds everyone’s confidence.
Bonding with strangers through music is a very uplifting feeling. Over time you get to know the people you’re learning with and they become your friends. After all you are sharing something pretty special with each other.
Whether it's singing in harmony or drumming a song in sync together, it's a wonderful and joyful experience practicing and performing music with others.
Often it's hard to know when you are doing something right or wrong when you’re the only student in a private lesson, but seeing and hearing others in a group class helps you to understand what you’re aiming for much more quickly.
In a private lesson students can sometimes feel a little pressure to ‘get it right’. In our experience this feeling is reduced or disappears altogether in a group environment. As in our private lessons, there will be drilling of concepts and exercises in the classes but these are mostly done as a group (or a few small groups depending on the class).
Private lessons can usually be rescheduled more easily than group classes. As long as you give us a minimum of 48 hours notice, your lesson can be rescheduled with no penalty.
With only you in the class, all your teacher’s attention is focussed on you. Identifying your strengths and weaknesses and spending more lesson time working on and improving those weak spots.
One-to-one lessons allow your teacher to more easily adapt to your learning style and pace. They can also adapt the curriculum to suit your needs.