Our teaching philosophy
Sapthora’s music education is based on a balanced, comprehensive, structured, and learner-friendly curriculum. It is delivered by qualified and experienced advisors and teachers using state-of-the-art audio-visual technologies to provide the best online music learning experience for students. This enables learners (both beginners and advanced players) to demonstrate their musical ability and their profound joy in music performance.
One-to-One vs Small groups?
Many research studies have found that students grasp better and learn faster in a group setting. Small groups enable learners of any age to be engaged and encouraged by the interaction with fellow students rather than sitting in a one-to-one online class. It makes the learning experience livelier, engaging and kids are excited to join and learn together.
At Sapthora, music is taught in small groups, typically consisting of 2-3 students. The course sessions and lesson plans are designed in such a way that students benefit through group sessions while the focus is on individual attention, making sure that their learning goals are reached.
However, if any student is particularly interested in one-on-one learning, please contact our customer service, we will gladly work with you and accommodate your needs.
Our syllabus is designed according to a series of internationally recognized benchmarks. Once the student completes a level, (s)he will have acquired most of the skills and experience to successfully take the certification exam from international certification organizations like Trinity, Rock School, LCME Etc.
Our Repertoire selection and exam content are designed to appeal to all age groups reflecting the diversity of students.
Our courses are divided into multiple levels to meet the learning needs of the students at various expertise levels.
This level is typically for students who have been learning for two years or more and who have fully consolidated their beginner level playing. At this level, they will master the key skills and acquire a greater use of appropriate techniques, more complex rhythms, coordination, and musical understanding. Students will develop a good sense of expression, have a strong grasp of stylistic awareness, and there is also the opportunity to improvise which is now individual, assured, accurate and expressive.