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Holiday music lessons tailored for children ! We cultivate young musicians and artists.

Our holiday programs at the Esom School of Music are the best choice if your children are musically inclined. Our programs offer kids a wonderful setting where they may make new friends, hear music they haven’t heard before, and utilize their voice or instrument to do what it does best—create music with others!
This curriculum addresses the characters, culture, attitude, and history of a particular musical genre. Students receive training specifically for their instrument from “musical mentors” from the Esom School Team.

School Holiday Music Lessons

Kids ages 4 to 19 with the aptitude, drive, and passion to pursue a career in music can participate in a comprehensive school holiday music program. The students develop their technical skills while also developing their creativity and intellectual curiosity under the guidance of expert teachers.
The advantages of music Lessons for children
It is evident that taking music classes is a wise decision for kids of all ages for a number of reasons. Early training in singing or playing an instrument can help your child develop a lifelong love of music.

Children’s music lessons are a fun method to boost their self-esteem and develop their social skills. The advantages of music education can be applied to other subjects as well, like language and mathematics, according to study. The best part is that these benefits for the brain can happen naturally, all while your kids are mastering a fascinating new instrument!

It is never too early to start introducing your child to the joys of singing and listening to music throughout their early years because language abilities and musical capabilities are tightly intertwined. Depending on their level of development, kids may be prepared to start taking private music lessons or group music lessons at the age of four or five. You can start with a brief lesson and gradually lengthen the time spent playing depending on how motivated they are.

The Influence of Music Lessons on Children
There is no substitute for the individualized attention offered by a private music class when it comes to learning to sing or play an instrument, even though there are many good resources online. Maintaining motivation is essential for your child when they start to learn a new instrument. The ideal teacher will be able to guide them step-by-step throughout their musical education while also offering encouragement.
Additional Information

  • Ages: 4–18 years old.
  • When: During School Holidays
  • No previous musical experience is necessary.
  • Students must be able to actively participate in class discussions and keep the classroom environment safe for everyone.

Our Holiday Program does not have any requirements for enrollment. Your child educational background is not a concern for us.
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To find out more about this program, get in touch with an enrollment manager. Or get in touch to learn more about your options if you need assistance choosing the best certificate program or course for you. (0781227712 | 0700132588)

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Key Details

Course Duration 4 Weeks
Lesson Frequency Thrice a Week
Free Guided Practice Thrice a Week
Personal Practice School Holidays (Mon – Friday)
Private Intake Every School Holiday

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Holiday music lessons tailored for children ! We cultivate young musicians and artists.

Fees Structure

Private Tuition (30 Minutes Lesson (Per Term)) UGX 354,000
Requirements UGX 30,000
Certificate of Completion UGX 10,000
Term of Payment: Full Payment or First installment – 60% of Tuition
Payment Modes: Bank, Mobile Money, Cash

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Frequently Asked Questions

My child wants to play violin but I think that instrument is too hard. Should he play something easier like the flute?
Rather of focusing on the instrument’s look or reputation as difficult or simple, you should focus on finding an instrument that makes the music your child wants to make. Your instructor will let you know if there are any physical difficulties that may make mastering a specific instrument a challenge early on in the learning process.
What are the benefits of music education?
Children now more than ever require the freedom of expression and expression that music can bring. Some of the most significant advantages of a music education are difficult to quantify.

Musical skills such as self-confidence in performing music, an informed response while hearing music, and an imagination for new music are so beneficial that music should be made available to everyone. They also lay the groundwork for students to work on their own personal development, which will benefit them for the rest of their life.

According to recent research, students’ social and emotional development can be aided by music education. This is a claim that music educators have advocated for so long. It’s easy to see why this would be the case, even at a casual glance: Many music educators work with the same students for several years, which gives them the opportunity to have a positive impact on each student’s personal growth.

Everyone, but especially young people, appreciates some form of music, and students frequently report that taking part in music lessons is one of their favorite parts of school. Students in music programs are also given the opportunity to develop interpersonal skills by participating in community-building activities. Students in music collaborate, communicate, and resolve disagreements in order to achieve common goals.

Students’ tendency for sympathetic thinking and behavior can also be favorably impacted by cooperative music-making activities, causing them to become more socially conscious.

Students are better equipped to make informed and critical decisions when they have a better understanding of social and interpersonal dynamics as well as self-awareness and self-management skills.

What age does my child need to be to take lessons?
The typical starting point for a child is around the age of four. Children must be able to sit calmly for at least 30 minutes and be able to read their ABCs.
Is it necessary for my child to bring his or her own instrument to lessons?
Yes. Your children should be able to play an instrument they are familiar with. It’s important that they bring their own instrument to every lesson. Keyboard/piano and drums are the only exceptions (they need to bring only drumsticks).
Where do the lessons take place?
The classrooms are located on Rubaga Road in Kampala, Uganda, where the lessons are taught.
Is my child being taught to read music?
Yes. It is expected that your child will learn to read music as well as some music theory. Keep in mind that music is a language, just like English, with the exception that the musical alphabet only goes from A to G.
Is there anything more that students can participate in, such recitals?
We attempt to provide our students the opportunity to “show off” and at the same time give them the experience of performing in public and with other people.
How will I know my child is progressing?
Our teachers are always available to talk to parents about their children. If you have any questions or concerns about your child’s progress, you should feel free to speak with their instructor, who is happy to provide you with regular updates.

Esom Graduation

Graduation is when a student successfully completes all of their certificate audit program requirements.
Esom School of music graduates undergraduate students once each academic year.
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