With our music lessons
You can be the Musician you dream to be!

We care very deeply about each and every aspect of our music business. And this includes you, the student! We want to see you grow and develop as a person through having the best music lessons in Singapore with us.

Taught by instructors who care about their work, we will strive to make lessons fun and enjoyable for our students, based on their particular learning style.

Lessons cater to those who love the stage, those who want to score well in examinations and also those just looking for a good extracurricular activity!

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A different approach from the others…

Performance Oriented

While striving for a good academic result is important, Vinnie Classroom believes that gaining experience as a performer can only help make you better. Students will learn more beyond the exam curriculum and understand the tough requirements needed to put up a good show. They will grow as artists and overcome such issues as stage fright.

More than just a certificate…

Attaining Goals

When it comes to exams, students do more than just practise their exam pieces the entire year. They work on interesting pieces and open their minds to exploring their instruments with improvisational skills. Even scales are less boring because they are a means to an end and not just a repetitive process to perfection. In the end, students receive their certificates with a bigger smile, every time.

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Fully equipped with more than just equipment

Conducive Studios

The key to a good learning experience is the learning space where the lesson is conducted. Vinnie Classroom’s music studios have

  • Strategically located white light to ensure students stay focused.
  • Sound-absorbing wall panels to improve acoustics.
  • Quality amplifiers to ensure only good tones and brilliant sound.
  • A proper sound system in place for a good experience whilst playing along with tracks!

Ukulele Lesson

What age is this program for?

The ukulele is ideal for young children from as young as 4 years old. At the same time, it is also a really good choice for everyone else! It is true that the ukulele is one of the easiest instruments to learn! The learning curve for the ukulele is much easier than that of the guitar.

Vinnie Classroom is confident we can get anyone to strum and sing a song on the ukulele in just one minute! Don’t just take our word for it, come and experience it for yourself!

Will it be too easy/difficult for me?

Other than being really easy for anyone to pick up, the rich historical background of the ukulele offers a huge range of music for anybody! From traditional Hawaii music to modern and beautiful fingerstyle arrangements. Students graduate from learning easy pieces (Twinkle twinkle little star), to intermediate pop songs (Sunflower – Post Malone), to advanced instrumental pieces (Boy meets girl – Jake Shimabukuro).

What styles do you offer?

We conduct ukulele courses for just strumming and singing along, fingerstyle technique and also graded examinations.

How long is the program?

Programs are flexible and we do not set an end-limit because we believe in nurturing students’ progress and growing with them until they become independent musicians. Many students wish there would not be an end date simply because lessons are a lot of fun.

Should you have a stipulated period with a goal in mind for music lessons, chat with us and we will be able to advise you further.

Do I need my own Instrument?

Yes. All students, except those learning the piano and drums, are required to bring their own instruments/drumsticks. This is because we believe that being comfortable in your own instrument translates to faster progress in your music journey. When a student has to switch between instruments, they actually waste time getting the muscle memories right again on unfamiliar instruments. On top of that, we take hygiene seriously so we do not allow sharing of instruments/drumsticks.

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Acoustic Guitar Lesson

What age is this program for?

The acoustic guitar is suitable for ages 10 and above. Adults who wish pick it up are highly encouraged too. If you are looking to sign-up a child under 10 years of age, we will need to assess the child prior to lesson. This is because guitar, compared to ukulele, can be rather challenging for beginners. Having a difficult start may diminish the enthusiasm of a child who wishes to pick up any music instrument, so it is important to assess if the child is ready for this new challenge.

As for adults, taking up a challenge should be a manageable and enjoyable process. In the end, all students will get the satisfaction of being able to master the basics and strum in rhythm to their heart’s content!

Will it be too easy/difficult for me?

Common reasons why people give up too early on the guitar : because they cannot get a good sound and their fingertips feel sore. We have heard this often but are confident that our guitar students do not have this problem. This is because we are attentive to the finest details, helping students to fix wrong postures and habits early. Vinnie Classroom’s “Show Hand Technique” is also a proven secret formula to get fingers in the right position to produce the best tone in the shortest time!

What styles do you offer?

We offer strum and sing, fingerstyle* and jazz playing from beginner to advance levels.

*The fingerstyle technique allows the guitarist to combine chords, melody and bass lines. It also allows the playing of chords and individual notes at the same time.

How long is the program?

Programs are flexible and we do not set an end-limit because we believe in nurturing students’ progress and growing with them until they become independent musicians. Many students wish there would not be an end date simply because lessons are a lot of fun.

Should you have a stipulated period with a goal in mind for music lessons, chat with us and we will be able to advise you further.

Do I need my own Instrument?

Yes. All students, except those learning the piano and drums, are required to bring their own instruments/drumsticks. This is because we believe that being comfortable in your own instrument translates to faster progress in your music journey. When a student has to switch between instruments, they actually waste time getting the muscle memories right again on unfamiliar instruments. On top of that, we take hygiene seriously so we do not allow sharing of instruments/drumsticks.

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Electric Guitar Lesson

What age is this program for?

Good news! 3/4 sized electric guitars are now available in more brands and designs. They are also of much better quality at cheaper prices! This means younger students from 10 years old are able to join this category of musicians! As a parent reading this, you will need to factor in the eventual cost of getting guitar effect units and guitar amplifier. Nonetheless, children from ages 10 and above can also begin to learn the electric guitar!

Will it be too easy/difficult for me?

The electric guitar is most commonly misunderstood as the noise maker. This is to some extent, quite true. Although electric guitars can be noisy, this means exceptional control over the instrument is necessary to make it sound good. Lessons will focus on control before we explore the wild universe of a gazillion notes per second!

What styles do you offer?

We offer Blues, Rock, Funk, Jazz and also grading examinations.

How long is the program?

Programs are flexible and we do not set an end-limit because we believe in nurturing students’ progress and growing with them until they become independent musicians. Many students wish there would not be an end date simply because lessons are a lot of fun.

Should you have a stipulated period with a goal in mind for music lessons, chat with us and we will be able to advise you further.

Do I need my own Instrument?

Yes. All students, except those learning the piano and drums, are required to bring their own instruments/drumsticks. This is because we believe that being comfortable in your own instrument translates to faster progress in your music journey. When a student has to switch between instruments, they actually waste time getting the muscle memories right again on unfamiliar instruments. On top of that, we take hygiene seriously so we do not allow sharing of instruments/drumsticks.

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Bass Guitar Lesson

What age is this program for?

Many bass players actually start learning the guitar before beginning on bass, but students do choose bass as their first instrument. Before committing to signing up for bass guitar lessons, it is important for parents and students to know that the student is the right age to get started. We typically recommend starting bass around age 10. This later age is suggested because the bass has heavier strings and a longer neck, making it difficult for younger students. The bass is a perfect instrument for young adolescents, and our instructors are able to work with all ages.

Will it be too easy/difficult for me?

Which is easier, guitar or bass? You may think that because the bass only has four strings that it’s an easier instrument to master, but that’s not necessarily true. Depending on what musical genre you’re interested in, and how hard you want to push yourself, both guitar and bass can be fairly easy or extremely hard.

Physically, some newbies may find the guitar easier. The bass is a larger instrument, with thicker strings, and some new players struggle to fret the notes correctly. But if your heart is set on the bass, don’t let this stop you.

What styles do you offer?

We offer strum and sing, fingerstyle and jazz playing from beginner to advance levels for different genres e.g. Blues, Rock, Funk, Jazz; and also grading examinations.

How long is the program?

Programs are flexible and we do not set an end-limit because we believe in nurturing students’ progress and growing with them until they become independent musicians. Many students wish there would not be an end date simply because lessons are a lot of fun.

Should you have a stipulated period with a goal in mind for music lessons, chat with us and we will be able to advise you further.

Do I need my own Instrument?

Yes. All students, except those learning the piano and drums, are required to bring their own instruments/drumsticks. This is because we believe that being comfortable in your own instrument translates to faster progress in your music journey. When a student has to switch between instruments, they actually waste time getting the muscle memories right again on unfamiliar instruments. On top of that, we take hygiene seriously so we do not allow sharing of instruments/drumsticks.

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Piano Lesson

What age is this program for?

The best time to start piano lessons will be different for every child, but most will be ready between the ages of 5 to 9 years old. The cognitive, motor, and language developments during this stage makes the age of 5 an exciting time to begin piano lessons.

Having said that, piano students can start lessons after age eight and all the way up to adult! The advantages that younger children have, such as more supple hands and the ability to easily acquire complex brain skills, can be made up for in older children and adults by independence, patience, self-control, and an internal motivation to learn that younger children may not have.

So what is the best age to begin piano lessons? The answer is as soon as possible!

Will it be too easy/difficult for me?

It is easier to learn a very simple song on the piano than on any other instrument, by far. A piano makes a beautiful tone with one touch! The notes go in a sensible sequence, so it is not only easier to read with notes, it’s easier to learn to play by ear.

If you’re a teen or adult and never had any music training at all, that shouldn’t stop you from trying piano lessons. People don’t learn the piano just to become professional pianists. No matter when you start, you can have the enjoyment of playing an instrument, plus the other mental and physical benefits.

What styles do you offer?

We offer the ANZCA and Rockschool syllabuses for grading examinations. These are much more suited to pop/modern music with a more progressive and modern list of pieces than classical and also combine improvisation techniques.

How long is the program?

Programs are flexible and we do not set an end-limit because we believe in nurturing students’ progress and growing with them until they become independent musicians. Many students wish there would not be an end date simply because lessons are a lot of fun.

Should you have a stipulated period with a goal in mind for music lessons, chat with us and we will be able to advise you further.

Do I need my own Instrument?

Yes. All students, except those learning the piano and drums, are required to bring their own instruments/drumsticks. This is because we believe that being comfortable in your own instrument translates to faster progress in your music journey. When a student has to switch between instruments, they actually waste time getting the muscle memories right again on unfamiliar instruments. On top of that, we take hygiene seriously so we do not allow sharing of instruments/drumsticks.

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Drum Lesson

What age is this program for?

Adults can start anytime! Students as young as five can learn to play but it is usually best if they wait until the age of seven to take drum lessons. Children under five generally do not have the attention span to take drum lessons. Of course there are exceptions so please call us if you think your child is ready for drum lessons!

Will it be too easy/difficult for me?

Drums, like any instrument, take time and patience to learn. The difficulty is going to vary from person to person based on musical background, eye-hand coordination, and just the general ability to think in the mindset needed to be a drummer.

You do not have to know how to read music to learn drums.  Your teacher will introduce you to drum music as you learn to play. Drum music notation is different than music notation for other instruments and is much easier to learn!

What styles do you offer?

Every different genre of music requires a different style of playing and this is no exception when it comes to playing the drums. A great drummer is one who has knowledge in all drumming styles. Each style needs a different approach and sense of rhythm. Here are the top five essential styles of drumming that we suggest you take interest in:

1. Rock and Punk

2. Funk and R&B

3. Reggae

4. Jazz

5. Latin

How long is the program?

Programs are flexible and we do not set an end-limit because we believe in nurturing students’ progress and growing with them until they become independent musicians. Many students wish there would not be an end date simply because lessons are a lot of fun.

Should you have a stipulated period with a goal in mind for music lessons, chat with us and we will be able to advise you further.

Do I need my own Instrument?

Yes. All students, except those learning the piano and drums, are required to bring their own instruments/drumsticks. This is because we believe that being comfortable in your own instrument translates to faster progress in your music journey. When a student has to switch between instruments, they actually waste time getting the muscle memories right again on unfamiliar instruments. On top of that, we take hygiene seriously so we do not allow sharing of instruments/drumsticks.

Sign me up!