Courses ACMO

OUR COURSES ACMO is a place where you can have fun with music, experimenting with all music genres, savoring its emotions, enjoying its styles. The Association offers a wide range of courses, which allow not only to assimilate and fully understand the musical language through the singing, instrument and ensemble music courses, but also to stimulate the artistic aptitude of each student through the course of theater. Each teacher of the association tries to convey the passion for the instrument and organizes their own course following the inclinations of the students, making sure that everyone discovers their talent and gets to know themselves better and better. The Association mainly promotes ensemble music, both classical and modern. In fact, by playing in a group you can learn to listen to yourself and others, you can appreciate one's strengths and accept one's own and others' weaknesses. In ensemble music you are forced to lose a bit of individualism while respecting the different identities. Whether it's a string quartet or a rock group, playing is always a fun journey to discover yourself. The fun, however, is obtained with a little sacrifice, for this reason the Association follows students both from a technical and an expressive point of view and stimulates them to a constant and passionate study, because only with the study you get satisfaction. So ... good music to everyone!

88 keys on which you can try and experience a different emotion every time. Infinite ways of coloring reality and developing the imagination. That's what the piano is for me! And it is a privilege to be able to teach and help others to know themselves better through these possibilities!

a little piano, a little hammaond. a little guitar and a little brass. this is the keyboardist's job! the keyboard is definitely your favorite instrument if you like classical music but you love pop music and can't wait to play in a band!

The drums kit includes: the kick drum (usually controlled by the right foot), the snare drum, two toms, one higher and another lower, and one or more floor toms. The cymbals that can be attached to a drum are: ride, hi-hat also called hi-hat (the pedal opens and closes the two cymbals), crash, splash, china. There is a wide range of cymbal models each available in various diameters, thicknesses, profiles and shapes to be able to customize the sound of the musician and the music you want to perform. The origins of the instrument date back to the second half of the 19th century, in the United States, although single drums have much older roots. The genesis takes place with the fusion of various percussive components during the band performances to form a drum battery very similar to today. Since jazz in the 1920s, drums have been a fundamental instrument of popular music.

A plucked string instrument, the guitar is the multi-faceted instrument par excellence. It can be used both as a solo instrument and in groups. The musical genre ranges from cultured music to pop music. You can play guitar in group, with your friends in every moment and have a lot of fun, or you can play in in a theatre or in a music hall and provide the audience with tones from slight to strong, from funny to dramatic. In a guitar you can find all tones range. There is an orchestra in it!

Single-reed wind instrument, it can be used both as a solo instrument and in chamber ensembles. The musical genre ranges from classical music to modern music.

Ensemble music is fundamental for the education of every musician, it is a team game where there are rules and respect for others. The musical genre addressed ranges from classical music to modern music.

The violin is certainly one of the most difficult instruments because it requires coordination and great intonation. The sounds are not "ready" but must be "sought". Despite this, you can learn to play the violin while having fun. For this reason the ACMO violin course tends to bring students closer to this instrument with a not strictly academic approach, aimed at captivating students at first and then gradually introducing the violin technique.

"There is no child without talent, it all depends on education". This is the premise of the method devised by Shinichi Suzuki. The latter, a violinist and a contemporary of Jean Piaget and Maria Montessori, was a great innovator in the field of musical education. The homonymous method is based on imitation and on the belief that musical language can be learned with the same naturalness with which one learns the mother tongue. The Suzuki method is particularly suitable for introducing children up to 6 years to the study of the violin because it harmonizes musical skills with psychomotor development.

This course is aimed at entertaining and involving children between 3 and 6 years old through a path that allows them to move their first steps in the world of music. They can play, explore, share and invent with music: these are the right ingredients for a musical recipe! No lack of vocal activities, musical instruments and materials to complete the route and make it all more fun.

Attending this course you can study the most enigmatic and hidden instrument there is: your voice! The aim of the course is to learn how to use the voice as a real, complex and delicate musical instrument, which even if it is hidden inside us, should not be left to chance, rather it must be used in the correct way, with commitment, patience and passion, so as to acquire an adequate preparation to better express oneself, through one's own voice.

Single-reed wind instrument, it has a warm and velvety but also scratchy tone. It is an instrument with multiple sounds, which is why it is suitable for different styles of music ranging from classical, jazz, light music.

Through the stage representation the child delights in his favorite game ... "let's pretend that ..." and at the same time express emotions that would otherwise remain dormant, phrases that no one would hear. On a stage each child says: "Here I am and I have something very important to say!" The association has staged some shows that have received great appreciation from the public such as "The Wizard of Oz" and "All for Annie". The cast was made up of children and young people, who acted, sang and danced giving the audience truly special moments.

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