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Regular Courses: FullTime

2023-11-27 17:54

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Regular Courses: FullTime

The Full Time courses are designed for those aspiring to pursue a career as a musician. Up to four courses per week for a comprehensive look at music and its in

The regular courses at the Perform School of Music stand out from traditional individual lessons due to a more structured approach designed to optimize student learning. Therefore, there is an alternation between individual, group, in-person, and online lessons. Among the advantages of such alternation is the opportunity to make the student's training more dynamic and diverse, as well as to tailor lessons based on the topics covered. The goal is to maximize the student's learning experience: while the commitment, consistency, effort, and, above all, the time dedicated by the student to studying the instrument or other aspects of music remain crucial, participating in a regular course provides not only the technical, theoretical, and practical knowledge related to the instrument but also the mindset and method to approach the world of music in a professional manner.

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The Full Time regular courses are aimed at anyone seeking a structured and internationally oriented path in the study of an instrument and singing. For new enrollees, a placement audition is required to allow the teacher to assess the student's level of prior knowledge and skills.

The Full Time regular courses differ from traditional individual lessons due to a more articulated structure aimed at optimizing student learning. There is an alternation between individual, group, on-site, and online lessons. This approach aims to make the student's training more dynamic and varied, shaping lessons based on the topics covered. The goal is to maximize the student's learning experience, providing not only technical, theoretical, and practical knowledge related to their instrument but also a professional mindset for approaching the world of music.

The Full Time courses offer four to six hours of lessons per week and ideally require around 40 hours of personal study per week from the student. The course involves studying two instruments of choice and participating in professional courses such as Music Theory, Music Production, Music Business, and Modern Music History.

In addition to individual course lessons, students receive support from the Artist In Residence Programme (A.I.R.), including meetings with teachers and collaborators from the school's English branch and access to a dedicated area on the Music Learning Collective (MLC) website. Through the A.I.R. Programme, students can access additional teaching materials, interact with foreign teachers, and easily track their progress throughout the year.

The Full Time course is more structured than the Part Time course. For the academic year 2023/2024, both instrument courses include one weekly lesson each, following the following alternation: collective lesson on-site, individual lesson on-site, online collective lesson, ensemble lesson week. In addition to instrument lessons, students attend special courses in Music Theory, Music History, Music Production, and Music Business, with the first two and the latter alternating bi-weekly. Below is an example of a typical month for a Full Time student (the hours do not take into account any additional meetings communicated during the year, tutoring hours, masterclasses, and events that may be included or offered at discounted rates for students):


Week I (total 5.5h)


Collective piano lesson, 1h
Collective electric bass lesson, 1h
Music Business lesson, 2h
Music Theory lesson, 1.5h


Week II (total 5.5h)


Individual piano lesson, 1h
Individual electric bass lesson, 1h
Music Production lesson, 1h
Music History lesson, 1.5h


Week III (total 5.5h)


Collective piano lesson, 1.5h
Collective electric bass lesson, 1.5h
Music Business lesson, 2h
Music Theory lesson, 1.5h


Week IV (total 4h)


Ensemble lesson, 1.5h
Music Production lesson, 1h
Music History lesson, 1.5h


Instrument courses are structured as follows: in the first week, there is a collective on-site instrument lesson, aiming to encourage exchange and interaction between students, triggering a mechanism of mutual reinforcement. The second week includes an individual lesson where the student and the teacher work to review the previous week's work and explore new topics. The online lesson in the third week is designed to delve into theoretical aspects related to instrument practice, music in general, and the student's instrumentation. Finally, the fourth week includes the ensemble lesson, where the student puts into practice what they have learned in previous weeks in a traditional band formation (drums, bass, guitar, vocals, piano). For a description of special courses, refer to the respective pages on the website or dedicated articles in this blog section. At the end of the academic year, students can take the final exam, valid for obtaining the internationally recognized title.

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