Our experienced staff will help any student learn new musical skills in a variety of genres.
Here, we will try to answer some of the most common questions regarding music lessons.
Q. Do you think I can do it? I'm tone deaf!!
A. Please try not to worry, it's actually pretty rare to be genuinely tone deaf. Chances are you are not tone deaf, you just need a bit of help to find your way.
Q. But I can't read sheet music, can I still come for lessons?
A. Yes, you don't have to read sheet music and you don't need to learn. We have a sound dock in the studio and many pupils learn by singing along to a piano accompaniment with their tutor or by using a backing track. All you need is a piece of paper with the song lyrics and your tutor will do the rest.
Q. I have a varied work schedule, can I still become a pupil?
A. Yes, we have pupils that work shifts, work offshore, etc. Pupils can attend as little or as often as they like. We try to stay flexible so pupils have a lesson when they want and they don't have to commit to a regular slot.
We provide singing lessons in Aberdeen for all students, from complete beginners to the advanced scholar.
We teach mostly pop, musical theatre and classical but can help you sing any genre of music.
Jayne, David and Rhianne are all qualified vocal instructors who have experience in teaching children and adults.
Forte Music School works with the Aberdeen Youth Choir.
Working in the regeneration areas of Aberdeen, we provide advanced music tuition to children who would otherwise not be able to afford it.
We also run a brand new community choir at Penumbra, a charity that promotes mental health and supports adults who are vulnerable to mental ill-health.