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YOUNG MUSICIANS COURSE

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Ages of students: 6-8 year olds
Lesson Duration: 55 minutes 
Class schedule: One class per week
Parent participation: Optional

Curriculum

Musicianship is taught through the use of a keyboard.
Students will be involved in the following activities:

  • Singing
  • Ear training 
  •  Repertoire (keyboard pieces) 
  • Ensemble playing (group performance) 
  • Keyboard harmony 
  • Arranging 
  • Keyboard technique 
  • Sight singing 
  • Sight playing 
  • Theory

Yamaha Teachers are Dedicated

They are also eager to work with young students and parents. Committed to providing happy, rewarding first musical experiences, these college-trained musicians and educators have passed demanding tests in musicianship while completing rigorous training prior to certification by the Yamaha Music Education System.

Upon Completition

Once your student has completed the Young Musicians Course, he or she will take part in a "Fundamental Skills Survey" to confirm his or her musical achievement. Teachers refer to Survey results to correctly place students in advanced courses of study such as the Junior Extension Course and Junior Special Advanced Course. As the students develop more advanced musical skills, they are also encouraged to express themselves by performing and composing their own music through programs like Junior Original Concert.

International Recognition

When you enroll your student in the Young Musicians Course, you are assured of an excellent first course of musical study. Yamaha has invested over 50 years of music education research in dozens of countries throughout the world. Through Yamaha Music Schools, more than 6 million people worldwide have been introduced to the joy of music.

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Address

1210 W Imperial Hwy, Suite B
La Habra, CA 90631

Contacts

info@lahabrayamahamusicschool.com
Phone: +1 562-266-1722 

Office Hours

Monday-Friday
2.00 pm to 8.00 pm

Saturday
10.30 am to 1.30 pm