Are musicians born or made? It may be true that musical talent comes naturally to some, but we believe that anyone can excel in music.
At Swee Lee Music Academy, we understand that musicianship is the result of methodical training, close guidance, motivation and inspiration.
If you wish to take graded examinations, our instructors are also able to prepare you for the Rock & Pop exam syllabus from Trinity College London, UK.
Swee Lee Music Academy will help you have a complete understanding of music notation and theory for a solid musical foundation, as well as confidence in your music learning.
Our instructors adopt a methodical approach and syllabus and at the same time tailor lessons that suit your pace and preferences, ensuring you get the most out of your lessons.
Studios Equipped With Quality Instruments
Our music studios are designed with quality installations and equipped with renowned brands of musical instruments such as Fender, Gibson, Ibanez and more, available exclusively at Swee Lee
Exclusive Student Benefits
As students of Swee Lee Music Academy, you will have opportunities to perform at events and performances to showcase your musicianship.
You will also have access to music clinics and workshops by various brand-endorsed artists.
Q. Are your courses suitable for me with zero music knowledge?
A. Yes. It’s absolutely suitable for anyone with little or zero music knowledge as we will start from the basics with an emphasis on fundamentals and techniques, before progressing
to the next level.
Q. Who are your instructors?
A. Our instructors are musicians with years of experience in teaching and performing, so they are able to help our students gain the necessary confidence and skills with the musical
Q. How long will it take for me to be able to play a musical instrument?
A. On average, it can take up to 6-9 months for a beginner to master the basics. But with tenacity and consistent practice, you may take a lesser amount of time!
Q. Why can’t I find or book your lesson schedule online?
A. Our lessons are mostly individual-based. Students’ lessons are fixed on the same day and time every week, so available lesson schedule/timings are on a first-come-first-serve
Q. Do I need to buy / own a musical instrument for the music courses?
A. Our studios are fitted with a wide range of musical instruments, so you do not have to bring your own. But we strongly encourage students to have their own instruments for practice
If you need help on choosing your first instrument, our instructors and retail staff are able to help you with professional recommendations and advice.
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