Are you looking for a new hobby? Do you want to learn how to make music? Then sign up for a course at our school. Our teachers will explain to you step by step how to get started.

musical lessons

also for beginners

modern and classical music

professional guidance

practical lessons

fun and creative hobby

from beginner to top musician

learn from expert musicians

lessons at home

no prior knowledge required

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You create the opportunities when working as a musician. A lot of practice is key. As soon as you're good enough, you can record songs, perform live, become a freelance musician or give music lessons. You can go in any direction! Of course, these courses are also perfect for playing music in your spare time.

For those who like to get into the music industry, I only have one message: practice, practice, practice! Don't expect to be able to play a full sonata or write a big hit immediately. All great musicians have gone through the same beginner phase. Ask advice from other musicians and your teacher, that's how you'll get there. - employerSpeaks



Music can evoke a lot of emotions and psychotherapists are making use of this for helping patients who have difficulty expressing themselves verbally. This form of treatment has been in use for a long time, but has been on the rise in recent years. Via tutorials on YouTube teach you how to quickly play popular songs on piano, guitar or other instruments. Of course, real in-depth music lessons are still the best way to become a musician. Playing music is very relaxing and stimulates you intellectually. More and more adults want to learn to play an instrument in their spare time, but can't go to music school because of their busy schedule. In recent years, home education in music has become very popular. You study when it suits you best!

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Electronic instruments sound better and better, and match the acoustic version. Sometimes they are almost indistinguishable. Are you buying a real piano? Or rather a synthesizer with which you can conjure up all kinds of sound effects from your fingers? Learning music is not only done from a book, but especially by practicing a lot. Thanks to our ingenious eCampus you get a lot of extra material and study your scores with the necessary support.

As a child I had already taken piano lessons, but I had completely forgotten everything. I started itching to learn again a few years ago, so I enrolled for a home study at this school. I took my time and got a lot of good advice from the online teacher. After the course, I practiced for another two years when I took the step to play in front of an audience. I now perform occasionally, together with a another singer. We mainly play covers and are booked for private parties or smaller events. - exStudentSpeaking

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These are ideal courses for those who want to learn to play music without going to music school. You study at your own pace. If you still want face-to-face contact, you can join our group lessons. Our teachers will help you step by step to play an instrument or to make your own music.


  • The piano is actually a stringed instrument. It’s in the same family as the guitar and violin!
  • There are still 3 music keys in use. The so- or G-key and the fa- or F-key are the best known, but also the do- or C-key is still used occasionally. With a little imagination you can still recognize the letters in the keys.
  • In 1994 the Austrian composer Georg Friedrich Haas wrote a composition called "....". What's in a name?
  • Rumor has it that the Polish pianist Frédéric Chopin placed planks between his fingers at an early age. He did this to increase his reach on the piano.
  • One artist’s vocal range can be very different than the other. For example, Mariah Carey, Freddie Mercury and Axl Rose all have a very wide vocal range and have no problem with high notes.