Group classes have up to eight students learning in a class learning together. Taking a group class means building friendships, teamwork, and discipline in addition to learning the instrument. Students have fun working together in a group environment, and often help each other learn. From day one, students learn to play/sing together as their first music ensemble – and it’s very fun! Plus, playing/singing in a music ensemble is highly beneficial to building a strong musical ear.
What will I learn in my group lessons?
Group students follow a set curriculum – learning basic music theory, technique, ear training, sight-reading, creating music, and learning songs solos, duets, and ensemble pieces together.
Are the Gilbert School of Music Group Instructors qualified?
All group instructors are knowledgeable in music, experienced in teaching groups, and are great with children/teens.