Lessons of Theory and Solfeggio in MTS

Our Talents’ School offers private lessons
in Theory and Solfeggio
We teach kids and adults as well. We have an experience for both audiences
Lessons are available in 60-minute sessions.
Full Focus
We provide private lessons
What is taught in Solfeggio and Theory
Basic musical literacy
Singing from a note sheet
Developing hearing with intonation exercises
Basics of composition
Mastering chords

What is the best age for starting Solfeggio and Theory?

For Kids
Talents’ School offers private lessons for student age of seven and above. Children under seven years old can attend introductory classes
For Adults
We welcome beginners and all levels of regardless of age!
What Performance Opportunities Does Talent’s School Offer?
We believe that showcase events are a great boost for our students to reveal their performing abilities to the fullest and, at the same time, the perfect opportunity to make a step towards a professional musical career. That is why Talent’s School puts a lot effort into the organization of concerts and performances of any kind.
State and local competitions, festivals, and concerts
MMTA Exam Program
Concluding concerts at the end of each quarter. They are often seasonal: Concert of Autumn, Christmas-New Year, spring and summer concerts.
Master classes by musicians
Why Choose Studying Theory?
80% of beginner musicians who encounter musical theory cease or either cool off in their eagerness. Most decide to study everything except solfeggio. “Why learn theory, of you, can play an instrument without it?” they ask. We have developed several answers to the following question.
So, what knowledge and skills does solfeggio teach?
The ability to read from a note sheet
Solfeggio opens an opportunity to professionally play an instrument. Musicians who seek to work in well-known bands or platforms find that one of the top requirements is the ability to read from the note sheet. Additionally, it is very difficult to build a large repertoire without the knowledge of theory. Why memorize thousands of songs if you could master theory in a few months?

Can I compose songs?
Many successful musicians who did not pay enough attention to theory lament afterward. The lack of knowledge is especially noticeable when you create a beautiful composition in your mind, however, it cannot be conveyed to others in all subtleties.
You will be able to play with musicians around the globe
Music is an international language. Not every musician knows English, however everyone speaks the same language of music theory. Theory will help you communicate with other musicians and compose melodies together.
Less rehearsals, more performances
Distance would cease to be an obstacle. Today, hundreds, even thousands of musical groups are scattered all over the world, and do not have the opportunity to meet at a convenient day and rehearse How do they play? They write music individually - each their own part, sharpen it to shine and then rehearse a day before a performance. Professionals do not rehearse for years, they go on stage and play. In order to reach this level, you need to know solfeggio well.
Advanced Hearing
Audition – is the most important development of all musicians and vocalists. The hearing is improved through solfeggio exercises. Knowing the theory of music will help you practice on your own and hear details everyone else is neglecting. 
Expansion of consciousness
The theory of music accelerates brain activity alike mathematics. Music is one of the few practices that incorporate both hemispheres of the brain and uses them as a whole. The practice of solfeggio will improve your brain functions, such as memory, problem solving, creativity and more.
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