The SFP School Special Music Classroom has been training young musicians for more than twenty years.
Originally promoted by the same School in collaboration with Professors from the ROSS (Royal Symphonic Orchestra of Seville), the school has remained faithful to its dual objective throughout these years: to offer students of different ages and abilities a rigorous education. and to prepare and direct those students with outstanding musical abilities to further professional training, if they so wish.
The Classroom offers classes in different instrumental specialties: piano, violin, cello, harp, viola, transverse flute, clarinet, trombone and percussion .
There is also the possibility of receiving oboe, bassoon, trumpet and horn classes.
The Music Classroom Study Plan consists of four levels: Infant (4 to 6 years old), Pre-elementary (6 to 8 years old), Elementary (from 8 years old) and Middle ( from 12-13 years) .
In the first phase we offer “music and movement” workshops in which the little ones acquire musical skills and rudimentary knowledge based on playing instruments, singing, dancing and playing.
In Pre-elementary the student begins individual classes with an instrument receiving two individual classes a week of 30 minutes and a complementary class of musical language (solfeggio) of 60 minutes, in which they begin to acquire theoretical knowledge and it begins in the development of the musical ear.
In the Elementary phase we continue the instrumental practice. The student receives an individual class of one hour each week (expandable up to two classes a week of 45 minutes), a Class of Musical Language (of 60 minutes) in addition to a bi-weekly class of instrumental ensemble, designed to enhance character social, collaborative and fun music.
In the Middle phase we go much deeper into the technique of the instrument, focusing the work mainly on elements of interpretation and “performance”. As a novelty in this course, apart from the instrumental ensemble classes, we introduce a new creative music workshop called Musical Creation and Composition, aimed at high school students, which does not require previous specialized musical knowledge, and which will be carried out in 60-minute sessions one late a week.
This workshop will begin in October, and aims to transmit fundamental knowledge of music to young people who love music but have not had the opportunity or interest in formal musical studies.
The Music Classroom regularly organizes general concerts for its students (winter and spring) and additionally offers performances by the students for the other children of the School.
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