Which Instrument to Choose ?
Playing a musical instrument can be an extremely rewarding process. Whether it’s playing your first recital or getting together with friends for a good old “jam-session”,there is no arguing the joys of music.
With the extensive variety of instruments available, one can easily become overwhelmed when having to choose an instrument to study. The Musikon offers an invaluable service when it comes to instrument selection: the Bentovian-Boyed Analysis.
This analysis draws from physical characteristics and personality traits of the learner to provide an accurate indication as to which instrument he/she is most likely to excel in. This is a free service that is offered, as we believe that in order for a child to reach his/her full potential, the right instrument should be selected. But fear not –for those individuals whom wish to study a particular instrument, the NW Musikon fully supports you.
Not sure where to start? Visit the NW Musikon today and we will help you find your instrument today.
Tuition is offered in the following Instruments:
- Brass – Trumpet, Cornet, Trombone, Euphonium, French Horn, Tuba
- Strings – Violin, Viola, Cello, Double Bass
- Woodwind – Flute, Clarinet, Saxophone,Recorder
- Guitar – Classical, Acoustic, Electric,Bass
- Keyboard – Piano, Keyboard
- Vocal – Contemporary, Classical
- Percussion – Drum Kit, Auxiliary Percussion, Timpani, Xylophone
- Indigenous – Marimba, Djembe
Music education is presented by professionally trained music educators with proficient knowledge and skills in the areas of music performance, pedagogy and musicianship.
At NW Musikon we are proud of our educators who are experienced, knowledgeable and passionate about music. They form the core of our school. We value, encourage and promote ongoing professional development.
Formal tuition offers solid foundation in traditional/contemporary methods and techniques. Theory lessons are a vital part of music tuition where students learn how to read and write music. Students can enter for international practical or theoretical exams – Unisa, Trinity College or Associated Board for Royal Schools of Music.