Our programmes are suited to all levels of music students from beginners to aspiring professional musicians. Our training provides guidance and supports development in the skills needed to perform music fluently and also in the ancillary areas of music theory, listening, musicianship, harmony, counterpoint, and composition. Once we meet you, we can devise courses that meet your requirements including all practical and theory graded examinations, external diplomas (performance and teaching), advanced academic or professional examinations and second and third level grinds.
The following subject listing may inform you if we can meet your needs.
Accordion (folk, educational, and art music)
Beginners' Introduction to the Piano Class
Ensemble, Chamber Music Coaching
Junior Cert Music (Practical)
Leaving Cert Music (Practical: Instrumental and/or Music Technology)
Sight Reading Skills
Aural Development (Ear Training)
Composition (Commercial, Multimedia, New media)
Composition (Creative, Art music)
Form and Analysis
Harmony and Counterpoint
Junior Cert. Music (Course work)
Leaving Cert. Music (Course work)
Practical Musicianship (Kodály concept solfège)
Score Reading Skills
Theory of Music for Graded Examinations
Music Notation Preparation and Editing (Software Skills, Engraving Traditions, Editing in Practice)
Music Production Software Techniques (Recording, Mixing, Fx)
Music Technology (Music Teacher Training)
Music Technology (Leaving Cert. Students)
Sibelius Music Notation Software Training Level I (Beginners, up to 6 hours course time)
Sibelius Music Notation Software Training Level II (Inter. to Advanced, up to 6 hours course time)
Talk to us about delivering a bespoke course to satisfy your own particular needs.
Sibelius Training Level I (Beginners and little experience)
Sibelius Training Level II (Intermediate to Advanced)
Sight Reading and Musicianship Awakening Workshops for Choirs/Choral Groups/Musical Societies
Listening, Pitching and Intonation Workshops for Choirs/Choral Groups/Musical Societies
Where one-to-one tuition is not possible due to distance, lessons are available, by pre-booked appointments, via Skype. Please contact us for details and/or to arrange an initial call to establish that the connection will work well.
Beginners' Introduction to the Piano class
Apply to join the appropriate class for 6–8 years, or 9–11 years, or 12–14 years.
Our child-friendly mascot, Blue-Jay, provides more information here.
If you wish to pursue a course of one-to-one piano lessons, contact us to request a meeting (or audition).
If you wish to organise music lessons for your child, why not contact us now to put your name on our waiting list for September?