Music Programs

Our goal for our students is to become well-rounded musicians and patient individuals, who can value, relish and appreciate the learning process.
This encapsulates what we believe about learning music:

Learning music is a tedious process, it needs patience, perseverance, and discipline. 

Shortcuts should not be made.

Learning music has a beginning, but it has no end, the more you learn, the more you discover that you don’t know much. 

Shortcuts could not be made.

Some think music is easy but if you go into its depths — its history, forms and theory, you would realize that there’s a totally different story there. 

Shortcuts must not be made.

Learning music is a continuous journey, a lifetime gift. It is there to be savored. 

Shortcuts are not needed.

One on One Classes

To get to know the piano, and its parts

To learn posture, proper hand and finger positions

To learn to read notes (C-D-E-F-G-A-B-C)

To learn basic counting.

To strengthen fingers through basic exercises

To be able to read and count notes properly.

To learn correct breathing technique and good posture

To sing on pitch

To learn to listen and be on key.

To learn proper diction

To get to know the Drum set, and its parts.

To establish a steady beat.

To learn basic counting.

To read drum notes

To be able to coordinate hand and feet.

To get to know the Violin and its parts.

To learn the proper way of holding a Violin

To learn the correct bow hold.

To practice good posture.

To be able to produce a good tonal quality.

To be able to make long and clear bows.

To learn basic counting and note reading.

Classical

Acoustic

Electric

Bass

To get to know the guitar, and its parts

To learn posture, proper hand, and finger positions

To learn to read notes (C-D-E-F-G-A-B-C)

To learn basic counting.

To strengthen fingers through basic exercises.

To be able to read and count notes properly.

To get to know the Cello and its parts.

To learn the proper way of holding a Cello

To learn the correct bow hold.

To practice good posture.

To be able to produce a good tonal quality.

To be able to make long and clear bows.

To learn basic counting and note reading.

To get to know the ukulele, and its parts

To learn posture, proper hand and finger positions

To learn to read notes (C-D-E-F-G-A-B-C)

To learn basic counting.

To strengthen fingers through basic exercises

To be able to read and count notes properly.

To get to know the flute, and its parts

To learn posture, proper hand and finger positions

To learn proper breathing.

To be able to read and count notes properly.

To learn basic counting.

Group Classes

TODDLERS & PRESCHOOLERS

A music appreciation and exploration class for 3-4 years old. Usually offered during summer time.

A continuation of the Musical Steps program, geared towards playing the Piano.

A continuation of the Musical Steps program, geared toward playing the Violin.

VIOLIN ENSEMBLES

A group class for beginner level violin students.

A group class for intermediate level violin students.

A group class for advanced level violin students.

GUITAR ENSEMBLE

A group class for intermediate guitar students.

Rates and Payment Details

Basic Rates

₱ 1, 200.00

meets once a week

1 hour per session

4 sessions in a month

₱ 2, 400.00

meets twice a week

1 hour per session

8 sessions in a month

₱ 375.00 / hour

Walk-in rate for regular one-on-one session

₱ 500.00 / hour

Training for competitions and performances.

Payment Scheme

  • Classic semestral plan with 2 payment schedules.
  • A specific slot is given to the student for the whole semester or term.
  • A F.Un.Shop original plan: a cross between monthly and semestral plan.
  • Customized payment schedule.
  • A specific slot is given to the student for the whole semester or term.
  • Classic monthly plan, with monthly payment set by the office.
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