Resonance Courses of Study

Keeping a National Standard

Curriculum

The Importance of National Standards

Director of Programs

Dear Faculty, Students and Parents,

At Resonance School of Music we beleive in delivering our best in terms of programs, curriculum and facilities to our students, this is why we teach to a national standard. Our faculty teach to the sylabi of the Royal Conservatory of Music. (RCM)

The Royal Conservatory of Music is one of the largest and most respected music education institutions in the world, providing the standard of excellence in curriculum design, assessment, performance training, teacher certication, and arts-based social programs.

We believe in and endorse this course of study and the mission of the Royal Conservatory in the development of human potenial through the leadership of the arts. This is why we strive to help to inspire our students to imagine and dream; to help create a more fullfilled life and to prosper in our communities.

Musically Yours,

Vince Gattinella

Private Lessons

In Studio Curriculums

Student Levels

Private music lessons are taught to the standards of the Royal Conservatory of Music. Students are evaluated on levels 1 to 10 in the areas of Technique, Music Theory, and Repertoire. Our teachers average the level scores in each area to assign an overall score for musicianship. For example; if a student has a repertoire score of 5, a technique score of 7, and a music theory score of 6. Our studio will assign that student an overall score of 6. In order to up that score, the lowest score would need to be brought up first.

For example; if a student has a repertoire score of 5, a technique score of 7, and a music theory score of 6. Our studio will assign that student an overall score of 6. In order to up that score, the lowest score would need to be brought up first. So the repertoire score would need to be brought up first.

Click to read through the Royal Conservatory of Music Syllabi. All curriculum is available for viewing at the studio also.

Interested in a Trial Lesson?

All prospective students interested in private lessons can book a trial lesson online. This trial lesson is used to share your goals and questions with our instructors before we get started. It will also help us determine which curriculum may be the right match for you.  Using the calendar below you can book a trial lesson online. We do require a $25 deposit to book online. The deposit will be returned to you on your first visit or credited to your first month of lessons. 

Have a question?

Please feel free to contact us prior to booking your lessons with us online, just fill out the form below and a faculty member will reach out to you as soon as possible.

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