Below is a brief overview of the curriculum as it unfolds over the first three years.

Year one:

  • 30 to 40 pieces of various musical genres;
  • Develop the basics of accompaniment performance;
  • Establish a strong foundation of playing;
  • Prepare for the introduction of music writing and reading, as well as music composition.

Year two:

  • 25 to 40 pieces of various musical genres;
  • Develop a stronger foundation of blues and jazz;
  • Develop a stronger foundation of classical and contemporary music;
  • Develop a broader experience of accompaniment performance;
  • Develop a foundation of music reading, writing and composition;

Year three:

  • 15 to 30 pieces of various musical genres;
  • Expand accompaniment performance and music composition;
  • Develop a more complex classical and popular foundation;
  • Develop more complex blues and jazz foundation;
  • Develop the basics of improvisation and arrangement;
  • Expand the foundation and understanding of music theory and its practical application.