Description of Programme
A violin is considered as the smallest member of the string family. You will get an immense personal satisfaction from learning and making a success of something which requires slow and regular commitment. The violin is by far the more popular instrument and has perhaps the greatest musical repertoire of any instrument.In today’s society, a good amount of people seem to have the idea that if one is born without talent,there is nothing he can do about it; they simply resign themselves to what they consider to be their“fate.” Consequently, they go through life without living it full or even knowing life’s true joy. That isman’s greatest tragedy - Shinichi SuzukiEvery single human being’s personality-his ability, his way of thinking and feeling-is carved and chiseled by training and environment– Shinichi Suzuki
Curriculum:Suzuki Method (Suzuki Movement) is a method of teaching music conceived and executed by Japanese violinist, Shinichi Suzuki. In this teaching method, instrumental lesson (especially violin) starts at an early age, and with in an year or so these little kids with their tiny fingers start performing from memory Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star and its variations, Lightly Row, Song of the Wind, Go Tell Aunt Rhody, Come Little Children, and many other beautiful tunes.Furtado School of Music offers this beautiful musical journey for age 4 and above. The students will be trained from the beginning and you will see how easily and skillfully they can do magic with their instrument. Sense, feeling and ability too can be easily educated with time and practice and without any doubt, the right environment.
Structure / Duration:The Curriculum is structured in progressive levels of difficulty and also makes you eligible for formal exams such as Trinity London. The duration of each semester is 20 weeks.
Infrastructure:FSM offers the best infrastructure when it comes to violins. We provide the world’s biggest and the best-selling brands at FSM. We encourage our children to come together and learn in an environment which feels like an ensemble. This helps them in motivating oneself and improving their skills as violinists.
Performance Ability:In class recitals are held at the end of every semester and students also get an opportunity to play together after a few semesters.Opportunities for performance development include recitals and annual concerts.