Named by Mozart as the “Queen” of Instruments, the pipe organ is the oldest keyboard instrument, spanning 2000 years. With advancements in technology, the Electronic (or Digital) organ is now a popular substitute in many churches today. The organ being the ultimate instrument for honing motor coordination, note-reading skills, and an awareness of historical traditions, you will learn solo pieces, liturgical music as well as congregational hymn-leading and accompanying for the 21st century church. For students of ages 13 and up (for pre-teens, see The Young Organist).
The length of each lesson typically ranges from 30-60 minutes per week, depending on level:
|Beginner 4-6 y.o.||30 mins per session|
|Beginner / Grade 1, 7-18 y.o.||45 mins per session|
|Adult Beginner 18 y.o. & above||45 mins per session|
|Grade 1 – Grade 4||45 mins per session|
|Grade 5 – Grade 8||60 mins per session|
Value-added offerings: In-house pre-exam assessments are offered candidates who register through the school for the ABRSM exams. Performance Labs, annual school concerts and masterclasses offer added opportunities for performance and coaching.