Music

In efforts to preserve the knowledge of our heritage and culture, we strive to provide music programmes using traditional musical instruments closer to the younger generation. Our music programme trains children to be focused and dedicated towards the team as each child has an important role to make the music come alive. Thus they will learn the importance of teamwork to create a harmonious tune and music. By learning the techniques of playing these rare musical instruments, we hope it will encourage them to be more curious and creative in music compositions.

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Gamelan & Drums: Introductory Class

Age group: 7 - 12 years old

Combining the love for both of these instruments, the Gamelan & Drums: Introductory Class is suitable for first timers who wish to try out these traditional instruments and learn the basics on how to play it. The programme is aimed to provide experience and build children’s interest towards these musical instruments that they do not normally get to play at home or even at school.

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Gamelan

Age group: 13 - 17 years old
(Available for group sponsored children only)

Gamelan is a traditional music ensemble of multiple percussive instruments originating from Indonesia. However, this instrument is becoming a common entertainment in Malaysian formal events particularly during the Malay cultural events.

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24 Festive Drums

Age group: 13 - 17 years old
(Available for group sponsored children only)

The 24 Festive Drums is a well known musical performance that uses big size drums with leather skin, usually performed by young boys and girls, regardless of race, in welcoming the festive seasons especially the Lunar New Year. Currently in our centre, we have eight drums for children to play with under the guidance of our instructor.

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Angklung

Age group: 7 - 12 years old
(Available for group sponsored children only)

Combining the love for both of these instruments, the Gamelan & Drums: Introductory Class is suitable for first timers who wish to try out these traditional instruments and learn the basics on how to play it. The programme is aimed to provide experience and build children’s interest towards these musical instruments that they do not normally get to play at home or even at school.

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