Trinity College Music Theory Program: Fall 2020
Take your music comprehension to the next level by studying music theory!
We offer classes taught by our own experienced instructor, Colin Martin.
Those who complete the entire course will be prepared to take the exams offered by Trinity College London and earn a prestigious certificate.
Classes will be held online on Sundays, starting on October 11th through to December 20th. (6 sessions total)
Classes are an hour each, and twice a month.
Class times are as follows:
11:50-12:50 Grade 1
1:00-2:00 Grade 3-4
2:10-3:10 Grade 6
3:20-4:20 Grade 2
4:30-5:30 Grade 5
(these times are subject to change)
These theory courses will be on levels 1-8 of the Trinity College, London program. Students will learn everything from the basics of music theory up to more advanced levels. The main purpose of these courses will be to prepare the students to take the Trinity College exams in the spring, to familiarize themselves with techniques that will better help them understand the music they are learning and performing, as well as give them the basic tools necessary to compose music.
You'll need to purchase books for your students, which can be done through the Trinity website or on Amazon. We recommend Amazon, as shipping will be faster and they are more likely to be in stock. You'll also need staff paper, which can purchased or printed.
Instructor Colin Martin is a native of Albuquerque. As a renowned composer and teacher, he brings years of experience both as a pianist and as a composer into these classes in order to give students the best experience possible and further enrich their overall musical studies. He hopes that these classes will help enhance students’ love of music and inspire them to compose their own works. Please feel free to contact him directly with questions: email@example.com
The cost of classes will be $37+ tax per person, per month.
Should your student require a specific time for individual classes, the rate will increase.
Payments can be set up through the front office.