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Students who learn in a group setting, on the other hand, grow and develop far more. In order for the ensemble to be effective, they must understand when to take the initiative and when to offer assistance. Most importantly, ensemble students improve their capacity to successfully listen, not only to themselves, but also to their peers in the studio. Students put out effort to ensure the well-being of their entire group, realizing that their individual success is only as great as their class’s overall success.

Group Lessons at Esom School

The Importance of Group Learning Today
It is in our nature to connect with one another, to build communities, and to form friendships with one another. We rely on our social networks just as much as we rely on the necessities of life, such as food, water, and a safe place to live. The current social climate, on the other hand, appears to encourage us to become increasingly separated from one another. With the increasing importance of technology in our daily lives, we are finding it increasingly difficult to take the time to actually listen and connect with others.

The natural tendency of humans is to prefer to work in groups, and it is typically via collaborative efforts that we develop the most important life skills. It should come as no surprise that our students receive the majority of their instruction in group settings.

Music has always been intended to be performed in a group setting.
Students in groups continue their musical education for a longer period of time as a result of the social relationships that they build with their fellow classmates.

Every great composer in the history of music has written solo masterpieces that have persisted through the ages, and this is no exception. However, several of these musicians have created music that is designed to be performed in a collective setting, as opposed to individually. In its original form, music was designed to be played in a collective setting. Being compelled to participate in group activities is not an entirely new concept. The good news is that there are several opportunities for students to learn in a group setting that are already available for them to benefit from.

Students who are taught in a group setting get a lot more out of their education.
Private and ensemble students are required to learn specific skills in the earliest stages of their studies; the development of these abilities is essential to the future success of any performer. All performers strive for excellence in note reading, technique, rhythm, and the ability to interpret music in a manner that is appropriate for the style in which it is performed.

Performance Anxiety is reduced when a group of people performs together.
Many times, stage anxiety originates in childhood and, if not addressed appropriately, can last far into adulthood if not addressed. Students learn accustomed to performing in front of an audience under time constraints while remaining in the safety of their group. Having such ability is essential for any adult, whether it is for a job interview, a presentation, or any other leadership position.

As with any extracurricular activity that takes place in a group environment, ensembles have the potential to teach our students some of the most fundamental life skills, such as teamwork and communication, as well as to entertain them. These abilities have never been more necessary than they are now, in a time when technological breakthroughs have significantly reduced the importance of human interaction. The desire for that engagement is stronger than ever, and music – which has always connected people and will continue to do so – has the ability to fulfill that desire.

Piano/Keyboard Group Lessons

Students who learn piano in a group setting have the opportunity to build friendships and become “piano buddies,” which allows them to practice together, perform duets, and even participate in healthy competition with one another. Students who study piano individually do not have this option.

Key Details

Course Duration 9 Months (3 Terms)
Group set 4 to 8 students
Duration Per Term 3 Months
Lesson Frequency Once a Week
Free Guided Practice Once a week
Personal Practice Mon – Sun
Available Intakes Feb and Aug

Piano/Keyboard Fees Structure

Group Tuition (Per Term) UGX 264,000 (Term of Payment: Full payment)
REQUIREMENTS
Registration Fee UGX 20,000
Practice Theory Book UGX 20,000
Development Fee UGX 20,000 per term
Library Fee UGX 20,000 per year
ID Card Fee UGX 20,000
Assignment Book UGX 5,000 per term
ADDITIONAL CHARGES
National Exam UGX 90,000
Term of Payment: Full Payment or First installment – 60% of Tuition
Payment Modes: Bank, Mobile Money, Cash

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Guitar Group Lessons

Groups provide you the opportunity to learn and perform ensemble compositions with other people. These are the sections of the song where each guitarist is responsible for a separate component of the song, such as the chords, bass line, riff, and lead melody. This essentially transforms a lesson into a fantastic (yet educational) jam session including your favorite songs from your collection. This has to be the most enjoyable method of learning.

Besides helping students acquire all of the standard skills and methods that are taught in all of our lesson offerings, Group Lessons have been shown to accelerate the development of students’ “Band Skills.” This encompasses areas such as the following:

  • Playing without the accompaniment of music or a backup track
  • Keeping track of the passage of time
  • Keeping track of the song’s structure and the various portions
  • Observing and taking cues from other musicians
  • Recovering from errors that have been made

Key Details

Course Duration 9 Months (3 Terms)
Group set 4 to 8 students
Duration Per Term 3 Months
Lesson Frequency Once a Week
Free Guided Practice Once a week
Personal Practice Mon – Sun
Available Intakes Feb and Aug

Guitar Fees Structure

Group Tuition (Per Term) UGX 264,000 (Term of Payment: Full payment)
REQUIREMENTS
Registration Fee UGX 20,000
Practice Theory Book UGX 20,000
Development Fee UGX 20,000 per term
Library Fee UGX 20,000 per year
ID Card Fee UGX 20,000
Assignment Book UGX 5,000 per term
ADDITIONAL CHARGES
National Exam UGX 90,000
Term of Payment: Full Payment or First installment – 60% of Tuition
Payment Modes: Bank, Mobile Money, Cash

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Voice Training/Singing Group Lessons

If your children or you enjoy singing, we encourage you to enroll them in our Group Voice Class at Esom School of Music.. Improve your vocals and self-confidence while learning with your friends in a weekly group class setting.

Tone, pitch, rhythm, solfege, basic note reading, diction, harmony, breath control, ear training, and performance are some of the concepts you will learn. Broadway, religious, folk, and musical theater music are among the genres you will learn.

Students are instructed on how to harmonize and mix with one another while they sing in a group setting. We strive to provide each student with individualized coaching and attention in order to maximize their potential.

We spend one hour each week working on fundamental singing techniques and how they pertain to the songs we are studying. Our students will enjoy our voice class since they will be able to participate, play music games, and make new friends in the process.

Key Details

Course Duration 9 Months (3 Terms)
Group set 4 to 8 students
Duration Per Term 3 Months
Lesson Frequency Once a Week
Free Guided Practice Once a week
Personal Practice Mon – Sun
Available Intakes Feb and Aug

Voice Training/Singing Fees Structure

Group Tuition (Per Term) UGX 264,000 (Term of Payment: Full payment)
REQUIREMENTS
Registration Fee UGX 20,000
Practice Theory Book UGX 20,000
Development Fee UGX 20,000 per term
Library Fee UGX 20,000 per year
ID Card Fee UGX 20,000
Assignment Book UGX 5,000 per term
ADDITIONAL CHARGES
National Exam UGX 90,000
Term of Payment: Full Payment or First installment – 60% of Tuition
Payment Modes: Bank, Mobile Money, Cash

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Audio Production Group Lessons

As part of your music production program, you will gain access to a variety of skills and confidence while learning alongside your peers in a weekly class setting.

Group music production sessions have been improved to allow you more group time to speak with your lecturers and groupmates and to share your projects in order to receive feedback on your music. We hope you like the improved group music production sessions.

While learning in a group, you will receive feedback on your course assignments and course materials, review important methods, learn about the music industry, obtain musical, production, and industry suggestions, and have the opportunity to ask any questions you may have.

Key Details

Course Duration 9 Months (3 Terms)
Group set 4 to 8 students
Duration Per Term 3 Months
Lesson Frequency Once a Week
Free Guided Practice Once a week
Personal Practice Mon – Sun
Available Intakes Feb and Aug

Audio Production Fees Structure

Group Tuition (Per Term) UGX 594,000
REQUIREMENTS
Registration Fee UGX 20,000
Practice Theory Book UGX 20,000
Development Fee UGX 20,000 per term
Library Fee UGX 20,000 per year
ID Card Fee UGX 20,000
Assignment Book UGX 5,000 per term
ADDITIONAL CHARGES
National Exam UGX 90,000
Term of Payment: Full Payment or First installment – 60% of Tuition
Payment Modes: Bank, Mobile Money, Cash

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Sound Engineering Group Lessons

Every professional performer understands the value of having a top-notch sound engineer on their team. There is nothing more damaging to a performance than a bad sound mix, no matter what type of music it is or how talented the performer is. Sound engineers in the music industry are in high demand because they know how to mix well and know how to construct and deploy high-quality sound systems.

To ensure that the audience receives the finest possible sound, this group course in sound engineering examines the acoustical, musical, and technological components of the live performance. You will examine, assess, and compare a variety of live and studio recordings in order to set a benchmark for your own mix decisions. Instrument sounds, microphones, equalization, and dynamics processing are all covered throughout the course. These tools are presented in a way that emphasizes the creative and technical influences they have on the individual sounds, as well as the control they can provide for several sounds, channels, and tracks at once.

The purpose of the group course is to prepare students to create their own mixes and to apply what they have learned to ensure that their mixes meet a high standard of sound quality, blend, and authenticity while remaining within budget. When properly equipped with the tools, skills, and insights necessary to construct an exceptional mix, ESOM students will be the closest and most trusted ally of the musicians they work with.

Key Details

Course Duration 9 Months (3 Terms)
Group set 4 to 8 students
Duration Per Term 3 Months
Lesson Frequency Once a Week
Free Guided Practice (Individual) Once a week
Personal Practice Mon – Sun
Available Intakes Feb and Aug

Sound Engineering Fees Structure

Group Tuition (Per Term) UGX 594,000
REQUIREMENTS
Registration Fee UGX 20,000
Development Fee UGX 20,000 per term
Library Fee UGX 20,000 per year
ID Card Fee UGX 20,000
Assignment Book UGX 5,000 per term
ADDITIONAL CHARGES
National Exam UGX 90,000
Term of Payment: Full Payment or First installment – 60% of Tuition
Payment Modes: Bank, Mobile Money, Cash

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Video Production Group Lessons

During this group course, you will learn about the art and technology of video production from beginning to end. Students gain an understanding of the difficulties and opportunities connected with visually conveying the real world through the medium of videography.

Students investigate and analyze previous video footage in order to develop a better grasp of the fundamental tools and processes used in video production. Additionally, they employ such strategies in the hands-on production of personal videos.

Key Details

Course Duration 9 Months (3 Terms)
Group set 4 to 8 students
Duration Per Term 3 Months
Lesson Frequency Once a Week
Free Guided Practice (Individual) Once a week
Personal Practice Mon – Sun
Available Intakes Feb and Aug

Video Production Fees Structure

Group Tuition (Per Term) UGX 594,000
REQUIREMENTS
Registration Fee UGX 20,000
Development Fee UGX 20,000 per term
Library Fee UGX 20,000 per year
ID Card Fee UGX 20,000
Assignment Book UGX 5,000 per term
ADDITIONAL CHARGES
National Exam UGX 90,000
Term of Payment: Full Payment or First installment – 60% of Tuition
Payment Modes: Bank, Mobile Money, Cash

Group Timetable February 2022

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