Personal Lessons on Arab and Western Instruments

Qatar Music Academy offers instrumental lessons to students who are interested in studying music as a hobby. The students are not required to complete examinations. Please note that students in this programme do not receive reports. The number of places offered is dependent on the availability of instrumental teachers.


Audience: Students of all ages

Type of activity:
A full range of instruments will be offered to students of all ages. Please see the Western instruments below with the age requirements. Arab instruments include kaman, 'ud, nay, qanun and percussion.

Western instruments
5 year olds: violin and cello
6-8 year olds: As above plus piano and percussion.
9-10 year olds: As above plus flute, clarinet and trumpet.
11-18 year olds: As above plus viola, oboe, saxophone, bassoon, bass clarinet, trombone, French horn, voice, euphonium and tuba

Prerequisites:
Students must have their own instrument. Students wanting to learn the piano must have their own piano at home. Students without a piano at home will not be offered piano tuition. Students learning percussion must have a drum kit at home. Students without a drum kit at home will not be offered percussion tuition. For help with selecting the right instrument to purchase please contact Mejeb Al Khayarin in the Admissions office tel: 4454 8163 or mkhayarin@qf.org.qa.

Lesson times: The scheduling of lessons will be completed in June, 2017 and students will be contacted with their allocated time and day. Where the lesson time is not agreeable to the student QMA will attempt to reschedule to a mutually agreeable time if possible.

Language of Instruction: Arabic (Arab Dept.) and English (Arab and Western Dept.)

Fees:
 QR125 per 30 minute lesson; QR250 for 60 minute lesson (only for students above Grade 4); QR375 for 90 minute lesson (only for students above grade 7). Fees must be paid by the term

Admissions:
Online enrolment from 15 May to 31 May 2017

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