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Harris Shilakowsky - theory

Understanding ‘theory’ of music
is crucial for any developing person who plays, writes or sings music.

Theory includes; note reading, understanding rhythms, pitches, and other subjects.
You can elect to study theory as a separate subject.

Violin students and students of artist development receive theory basic theory training as an included part of their lesson. For serious students of music, separate lessons concentrating on subjects in theory are strongly recommended.

Beginning with theory games, we learn...

note reading skills
rhythm drills
sight singing
learning the keyboard
scales
arpeggios
chords
musical structure
voice leading
harmony

improvisation
composition

Lots of hands-on creating makes learning theory fun.

Gain the knowledge you need to be able to make music. Once learned, theory knowledge applies to playing and writing for all instruments including voice.