Yamaha music lessons are designed to be fun but at the same time take students as far as they wish to go, achieving the highest levels of musicianship possible for each and every student.
Yamaha Music lessons cater for musicians of all ages and are designed around having a relaxed and enjoyable lesson. Whether you want to play the Electric Guitar, Drums, Keyboard or learn to sing like your favourite pop star, the Yamaha Popular Music Courses at Peterborough Music School will start you on the right track using courses of international standing and repute. The Music software provided makes learning both effective and very enjoyable.
Yamaha UK’s partnerships with Trinity-Guildhall and with Rockschool examination boards have enabled us to develop bespoke examinations for our students, based on their Yamaha course materials, which lead to recognised UK qualifications and the associated UCAS points necessary for those applying for full-time courses at UK higher education institutions. The UK’s Yamaha Music Point community teaches around 8,000 students every week, aged from around seven years to well into retirement.
What Is A Yamaha Music Point?
A Yamaha Music Point (formerly Yamaha Music School) is an environment in which people can learn and share the fun of music making with like-minded individuals. This enables us to offer high quality group tuition in a structured and meaningful way.
Yamaha is the world’s largest musical Instrument manufacturer and started producing instruments in Japan in 1887. To support instrument sales and a dedication to music education, Yamaha Music Schools were established in Japan in 1954. The first schools were opened in the UK in 1976, and today there are 90 schools established around the country, giving lessons to over 10,000 students on a range of instruments including keyboard, flute, saxophone, drums, guitar and vocals.
You are assured of the best teaching methodology and standards, maintained by a professional faculty of highly qualified music specialists and tutors. All Yamaha Music Point tutors receive a high level of training and professional development from our key instructors, who themselves take part in regular European seminars to ensure the highest standards of teaching and learning.
And remember – The student does not require an instrument as all equipment is provided at the school.
So what are you waiting for? Call or email now to book your free trial lesson at Peterborough Music School…