Be Your Own Inspiration
Music composition is a very important part of the theoretical curriculum in music studies. Understanding music composition helps your practical studies and advances your instrumental performance. Being a composer you have the ability to see and analyze music from the composer’s point of view.
Our program not only covers the basic theory required for your Grade, but goes much further, leading you to excel in composition, inspiring others and yourself.
Why take our Music Composition lessons?
Writing your own music is both creative and exhilarating. If you are looking for music production courses in London, enrich your composition skills first.
Each theory of music grade teaches you a small but important chapter on composition, which shows how important composition studies are throughout your journey - regardless of what your level you are at. This learning continues all the way to the higher education requirements for entry to most establishments, such as universities and music schools.
What does studying composition consist of?
It consists of understanding musical elements, such as pitch, rhythm, notation, structure and harmony; and learning to combine these to compose a musical work.
Features of Our Programme
Work on a bespoke syllabus
Write for solo instrument/voice or small orchestra
Learn how to write your music on paper and on notation software (Sibelius)
Have your music performed by students from our group lessons* program
Analyze the elements of the fundamental musical genres and their compositional patterns
Understand musical structure
Explore the pitch and rhythm organization
Benefits of Our Programme
Receive useful feedback from your tutor and the performers
Improve your composition skills required for all the 8 grades of the music theory exam
Learn the technical tools of how to write your own music
Look at music from the composer’s point of view
Improve the understanding of notation
Widen your creative composition skills
Be influenced by the current compositional trends
Gain critical knowledge of the contemporary musical thought