Strings masterclasses and ensemble opportunities
Music Theory Bootcamp
Getting ready for the music theory Grade 5 exams.
The Strings Theory 2023
Strings Ensemble & Music Theory Bootcamp
Age: Kids ages 8 – 12 years old
Music Mood Studio
91 Bencoolen St, #11-02
Sunshine Plaza (Office Tower),
Week 1 (29th May – 2nd Jun)
Week 2 (5th – 9th Jun)
Week 3 (12th -16th Jun)
Week 4 (19th – 23rd Jun)
9 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Full programme (9 am -3 pm)
Theory Intensive Only (12-3 pm)
The Strings Theory is recommended for:
Kids who are currently learning a piano, violin or cello.
Kids that want to have more exposure in playing in group settings.
Kids who intend to take the ABRSM grade 5 music theory exams in future.
Sign up for The Strings Theory Today.
Improved teamwork: Playing in a strings ensemble requires children to work together to produce a cohesive musical performance. This can help them to develop important teamwork and communication skills that can be applied in other areas of their life.
Increased musical proficiency: Playing in a strings ensemble requires children to develop advanced musical skills such as playing in tune, blending with others, and following a conductor. These skills can transfer to other areas of their musical development, such as solo performance.
Greater appreciation for music: Playing in a strings ensemble can expose children to a wide range of musical styles and genres. This can help them to develop a greater appreciation for music and to become more well-rounded musicians.
Increased confidence: Successfully playing in a strings ensemble can be a great confidence booster for children. This can transfer to other areas of their life, helping them to become more self-assured and confident individuals.
Strings Ensemble and Music Theory Bootcamp 2023 focus towards preparing students to take their ABRSM Grade 5 theory online exams.
Through each of these activities, your kids will be learning