Why Study Music in Groups?
Group classes provide a valuable experience for students of all ages. Whether you’re enrolling as a supplement to private study or as an alternative, group classes provide a wide range of benefits. Inspiration through peer performances, motivation through healthy competition and a platform for social interaction are just a few of the rewards studying music in a group can bring.
They bring out the best in students through the challenge of cooperation while providing an environment that encourages the development of functional skills. Group music classes develop and enhance . . .
Poise and performance skills
Critical listening skills through listening to others
Musical understanding by hearing and studying a broad range of musical styles
Rhythmic security and counting ability through ensemble playing
An environment that encourages the development of functional skills
Communication skills and the ability to work in a group
A social outlet surrounding a common interest
Motivation from other students as well as from the teacher
Exciting performance opportunities