Begin Your Musical Journey. On this page you will be able to find all the music lessons that we offer. It doesn’t matter if you don’t find a good music teacher in your local area, we get the best music teachers from around the world right into your home through our live online lessons. Our music teachers help you learn your first instrument, foster your vocal repertoire, get ready for a Grade exam or just play for the joy of music itself. We aim to provide music lessons for practically all instruments and all levels, for all music tuition needs, and cover the entirety of the UK.
About Hunarly: Online Music Courses
Hunarly.com is a UK based online lesson provider that offers the best music lessons from the finest music teachers. Our classes provide a great convenience for busy people as they can be all attended from the comfort of their homes.
How are our lessons structured?
“If I were not a physicist, I would probably be a musician. I often think in music. I live my daydreams in music. I see my life in terms of music.” as Albert Einstein said. We love music and always think of music, that is why we do extensive planning on how our music sessions should be structured. We initiate the lesson planning discussion and take inputs from our skilled teachers and artists to finalise the course curriculum, Once we reach midway of our course our handpicked teachers give a brief progress report on each student and also a progression track for the rest of the remaining course. We also limit our groups to small size (usually between 5-8) so that teacher can focus on every student, on their development and to have a healthy interaction between teacher and students.
Benefits of learning music
Music and math are highly intertwined. By understanding beat, rhythm, and scales, children are learning how to divide, create fractions, and recognize patterns. So there is definitely evidence that improves academic skills. Certain instruments, such as percussion, help children develop coordination and motor skills; they require movement of the hands, arms, and feet. Some instruments like the violin and piano, demand different actions from your right and left hands simultaneously. They not only help develop ambidexterity, but they can also encourage children to become comfortable in naturally uncomfortable positions. All our sessions are small group sessions which improves social skills as this will require peer interaction and communication, which encourage teamwork, as children must collaborate to create a crescendo or an accelerando. Playing an instrument teaches kids to persevere through hours, months, and sometimes years of practice, it also improves patience, as children must wait their turn to play individually. And in waiting for their turns and listening to their classmates’ play, kids learn to show their peers respect, to sit still and be quiet for designated periods of time, and to be attentive. Finally, music is fun, once children have grasped the basics of playing an instrument, they are likely to really enjoy playing it. Every song they learn is a personal achievement. If we encourage their skills by listening to them or even signing along, they will have a great time playing their instrument.