We’re asked a lot of questions from prospective Students when they’re discussing signing up for music lessons. Don’t worry, we get it – if you’ve not taken lessons before, then you’re probably not sure of how we do things! And so we thought it would be really helpful for us to compile a list of
Bethan G. (Violin) We’ve got a new Student of the Month! Bethan is one of our Violin Students and has been coming to Sweet Symphony for over 2 years now. She’s busy working towards her upcoming Grade 3 Violin exam, which is coming up in just over a week here at the Studio! Her teacher
We had a really busy week in the Studio last week! It was our April Enrolment Week, which means we welcomed lots of new Students to Sweet Symphony. In addition, we received our first exam results of 2019, welcomed a new Teacher and awarded a month of free tuition to one lucky Student. Phew! Exam
Today’s world is very technology-based. For better or worse, smartphones and tablets have taken hold of our lives. Whether it’s booking a holiday, learning a new language or simply reading a book – there’s an app for that. And music lessons are no different. There are hundreds of music-based apps available for tablets and phones.
Robyn F. (Piano) We finally caught up with our February Student of the Month this week! Robyn has been super busy recently, splitting her time between her piano lessons, a recent music theory exam and school commitments, and so we’ve not had chance to present her with her prize before now. It’s that theory exam
2019 is shaping up to be a very busy year already for everyone at Sweet Symphony! We’ve got several exam sessions coming up (read more about these here) over the next few months. February sees us welcome two new Teachers to the Studio, as well as find out how we did in the Tyne &
We’ve been handing out exam certificates right, left and centre this week at Sweet Symphony – one of our favourite parts of the job! We never put any pressure on any of our Students to sit exams. That’s not the point of learning to play a musical instrument. But exams do provide a handy focus