"MUSIC EDUCATION SHOULD BE AVAILABLE TO EVERYONE AND THE SCHOOL SHOULD BE THE CENTRE OF MUSICAL ENCOUNTERS."
Other instruments, modern en classical:
It is possible that the instrument of your choice is not listed. In that case, please send us an email, and we will try to find a new teacher as soon as we receive more requests for the same instrument.
We now have teachers available for flute, percussion and classical singing.
For an impression of our teaching programmes we here offer information about our other music programmes.
Flute, Private flute lessons:
The flute is a wind instrument. It used to be made of wood, but nowadays it is usually made of metal, with a silver coating. In order to produce a sound, you place the flute against your lower lip and chin and you blow against the rim of the embouchure hole. A part of the air stream passes over the flute, the other part goes into it. The latter part starts swirling and vibrating, which produces the sound. You change the pitch of the sound by closing or opening the keys over the holes in the body of the flute.
You can learn to play the flute from age 6. The flute is frequently used in classical music, folk music, jazz and pop music.
Read what flute teacher Pieter de Mast has to say about flutes and flute lessons.
Classical singing lessons.
These lessons are suitable for everyone who sings classical music. Regardless of whether you sing in a choir, or as a soloist, the basic classical technique is the same for everyone. Classical singing is a special way of singing that has developed along with the development of classical music. That is why many stylistic variants exist. For instance, an opera by Wagner requires a different sound than a cantata by Bach. But there is one important common element: singers of classical music always use their voice in a very deliberate way.