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Vibratone Academy: Quality Music Lessons That You Deserve
Posted By: vibratoneacademy
Date: Sat, 1 Aug 2020
Price: Best Offer
Mobile: +65 97950933
Quality Music Lessons That You Deserve
Lessons available: Piano/Keyboard, Violin, Acoustic/Electric Guitar, Ukulele, Drums, Vocals, Music Theory
Location: 228A East Coast Road, S(428925) [Above Brunner's Coffeeshop]
Monday to Friday - 11am to 9pm
Saturday and Sunday - 9.30am to 9pm
*Phone calls available only within opening hours
**For enquiries outside of opening hours, whatsapp to 979***
Vibratone Academy started out its journey in a garage on 15 September 2018 educating music to students from all walks of life. Music has always been in constant evolution and we believe that music pedagogy has to stand on equal grounds. With the help of advanced technology, appreciating and learning music has been made easier but nothing compares having the presence of a physical instructor to guide, nurture and tailor-make each lesson for every student through their journey.
Our instructors are ready to take you on a quest to spark your passion and bring out the musical talent in you. With your instrument, alongside the fellowship of other music explorers in the school, you will embark on a mission to discover different styles and genres of music, ensuring that the education received is an enriched and wholesome one. Nobody said an adventure is going to be boring.
With the aid of both technology and the extensive knowledge that we provide, Vibratone Academy will ensure that learning music would not be as difficult as stereotyped, but fun and productive. Expanding from a garage into a proper centre, we are ready to share the love of music to the masses. Whether you are picking up a record, instrument or learning a new instrument, we at Vibratone Academy have got your back.
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