HOLIDAY PROGRAMMES FOR CHILDREN
Confirmed Date: TBC
(Or customise a time with us as long as you have two kids, siblings or friends)
Suitable: For 4.5 - 7 years old
Class Size: 2 - 8 pairs (Parent-Child)
Objectives: To get a taster of wind instruments flute & clarinet.
PS: The instruments used are specially design to enable the child to explore the flute, clarinet or saxophone with ease. Every part of the instrument is easily washable with water and mild soap.
What parents say:
“Christine had a blast trying out the woodwinds at FAMA. So we know she prefers the flute! Great job to FAMA team! It is good for my children to know there are instruments beyond piano and violin too.” – Ms Chua Huay Wen, Mum of Christine (Mar 2016 Class)
Premiere KinderWind Class 2016 Video Snippets
Suitable: For 7 - 12 years old who are learning the Flute
Class Size: 6 - 15
Fees: $120 for FAMA students. Exclusive for FAMA students.
Register at FAMA Counter.
Objectives:To instill in your child the importance and joy of ensemble playing.
PS: Besides Ensemble Sessions, the camp includes some exercises on theory and rhythm. There will be a mini-concert at the end of the camp. Snacks will be provided during breaks. Please check with the FAMA counter if special diet is required.
What parents say:
"'It was so fun and interesting! I learnt many things' My son delightfully replied when I asked him if he enjoyed the Flute and Ensemble Camp. He was so excited that he wanted to arrive at the camp early s that he would not miss anything. I would recommend young Flute students to join the next Flute and Ensemble Camp." - Clenton Ong's Mum (June 2016)
“I am pleased that Alphonsus had joined the flute camp held in March 2016. It was a valuable opportunity where he gained experience in playing ensemble with other kids of different skill levels. He is more motivated to play well and confident when performing in front of a large audience. I am grateful to teacher Jen who has made the learning environment fun and caring. She does a good job in customising her coaching to suit individual’s development pace and bring out the best and let the child shine in his own musical talent.” – Mrs Ida Chong (Mother of Alphonsus Chong)
The previous Ensemble Camps