Major Noize partners with Urban Music Academy to deliver exceptional music education to individuals of all ages and skill levels. Our innovative teaching methods and personalized instruction aim to help students achieve their musical goals, foster lifelong learning, and encourage them to become performers.
We create a supportive and inclusive learning environment that empowers students to explore their musical passions and develop their skills to the highest level. Our classes are designed to enrich the cultural landscape of our community and beyond, and inspire a new generation of musicians and music lovers.
Our classes include group sessions and one-on-one instruction in Music Industry, Music Theory, Music History, Instruments, Performance, Sound Engineering, Music Genres, and Music Education. Book your class today and discover your passion for music with us!
We are currently open for registration for the Vocal Performance Class on June 3rd at 7 PM. We will keep you informed about upcoming class dates and times.
Please note that for our group classes, we require a minimum of 15 participants per class. In the event that the minimum requirement is not met, group classes will either be rescheduled to a different date or converted into one-on-one sessions. We appreciate your understanding in this matter.
Focuses on the business, production, and marketing aspects of the music industry. The history and structure of the music industry
Copyright law and licensing, music publishing and distributionn, artist management and development and more.
Focuses on the principles and techniques of music composition, analysis, and performance. Students learn about the fundamental elements of music, such as melody, harmony, rhythm, form, and texture.
Students explore the development of music over time and in different cultures. Students learn about the major composers, styles, and genres of Western music, as well as the historical and social contexts in which they were created.
Focuses on the technical and artistic aspects of playing a musical instrument. Students learn how to play a specific instrument, such as piano, guitar, violin, or trumpet. Students learn the proper technique for playing the instrument, as well as how to read music notation, understand musical expression and interpretation, and develop their musical ear.
Students learn how to prepare for and deliver a musical performance that is technically proficient, expressive, and engaging for the audience. They receive feedback and coaching from the instructor, as well as their peers, to improve their skills and stage presence.
Students learn how to use audio equipment and software to record, mix, and master audio content. They also learn about the principles of sound and acoustics, and how to apply them to achieve high-quality recordings.
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