WARNING: May result in fun, friendships and a life-long obsession with solfa.
- Solfa from Scratch – for total beginners (British Kodály Academy Level 1)
- Musicianship for Improvers (British Kodály Academy Level 3-4)
- Intermediate Musicianship (British Kodály Academy Level 5+)
- Elementary Solfa Scales – weekly practice sessions
- Intermediate Solfa Scales – weekly practice sessions
Places are limited so BOOK NOW
Solfa from Scratch is a 6 week hybrid class with Helen Russell combining pre-recorded classes with live support.
You can access the course recordings at your own convenience and Helen is on hand with email support.
This course is suitable for total beginners, musicians who are new to solfa and Kodály musicianship and teachers who would like more confidence teaching music.
Musicianship for Improvers is a weekly Zoom class on Friday mornings with Helen Russell.
The class introduces the full diatonic scales, five pentatonic scales and pentachords (BKA Level 3-4).
Tailoring to the needs of the class, Helen creates a warm, safe and nurturing environment. Once you’ve joined your class you can stay with them as you develop your skills together. It’s about more than just the music!
Join now and catch up with the class recordings, or sign up for the next session starting 11th June 2021.
Intermediate Musicianship is a weekly Zoom class on Monday evenings with Hannah Grant.
Developing your solfa skills towards more advanced tonalities and harmonies. (BKA Level 5+).
Once you’ve joined your class you can stay with them as you develop your skills together. It’s about more than just the music!
Join now and catch up with the class recordings, or sign up for the next session starting 31st May 2021.
Rebecca Willson‘s weekly Solfa Scales Sessions are perfect if you want to improve your fluency and muscle memory with the solfa syllables. Rebecca runs an Elementary Session on Friday mornings and Intermediate Session on Thursday evenings.
Join now and catch up with the class recordings, or sign up for the next sessions starting 10th and 11th June 2021.
What do our students say about …?
“Helen, your classes are a joy. I come away with the very best of ear worms, things to practice, things to consolidate and things to learn. Love it.” – Maggie
“May I thank you and applaud you for your great teaching. I am particularly grateful for your sensitivity with me given my tentative hold on some of the material. I really enjoyed it all.”
“Fun and inspiring! Quite apart from the brilliant musical presentation, Helen is such a whizz with the graphics!”
“Brilliant! This really had me buzzing.”
“Wonderful music and fantastic activities that made me fall in love with a familiar piece of music all over again.”
“I don’t want to finish, can we keep going all evening?”
“A revelation! I learned loads. Thank you Hannah”
“Great! Gave me ideas and also an enjoyable experience.”
“Some great ideas for extended listening activities.”
“That was amazing, very impressive!”
“Loved it, thank you.”
“Fabulous fun, thank you!”
“I love a challenge – and that was a challenge. Thank you Rebecca.”
“Fantastic. A real work out for the brain!”
“I have attended all of Rebecca’s sessions they have really helped my fluency.”
“Rebecca’s singing is really impressive! This was thorough and really helpful.”
Rachel says: “I found the Intermediate Solfa Scales practice with Rebecca so helpful in imprinting the solfa names and intervals in my head. It made my brain work very hard at first, not having anything written down, but Rebecca took the pace nice and slow and we had plenty of repetition to help embed the patterns in our unconscious. It helped me enormously in my musicianship class as sight-reading was easier because intervals came more easily to mind. It was good working together with others too, even though we could only hear Rebecca. I was able to adjust my pitch to hers, helping with my intonation. I’d totally recommend these sessions!”
Flora says: “I’ve loved the routine and methodical structure of Rebecca’s Elementary Solfa Scales. It’s like being forced to practice scales, you’d never be as methodical on your own but it has helped so much with pitch and patience! I really enjoyed the challenge of using pentatonic scales, purely because I never sing or practice them and I’m not too familiar with them. I think the repetition also encouraged me to try things like singing in thirds or in canon.”
Places are limited so BOOK NOW
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