Instrumental Music

Music is a unique and integral part of life. It has the capacity to inspire all students’ creativity and imagination, engage them in the art of expression, immerse them in a language and history that is rich in culture, provide them with opportunities beyond the classroom and excite them about life and learning.

The skills, concepts and attitudes that students acquire as a result of music education benefit them not only during their schooling but also in the years beyond, whatever their chosen career path.

The overarching purpose of the co‐curricular Instrumental Music Program is to provide students with the opportunity to become musicians and experience the expressive qualities of music through learning to play a band or orchestral instrument and to participate in performance ensembles such as concert bands and orchestras.

Instrumental Music is built on a comprehensive combination of learning styles and experiences, through which students develop increasing confidence and musical sensitivity throughout their years of learning as they engage with progressively complex techniques and a broadening range of genres and styles of music.

Aims & Objectives

  • Promote the highest levels of human aspiration and artistic integrity through the composition, documentation, and performance of music.

  • Develop an analytical, creative, and intuitive understanding of music as a cultural language.

  • Afford students opportunities for cultural and aesthetic experiences through active participation in music, enhance their understanding and appreciation of the arts, and foster interaction between music and the liberal arts.


  • Students will demonstrate the understanding and use of public performance as a means for engaging communities, creating cultural awareness, and providing ethical leadership. (Public Affairs)

  • Music students will be able to perform as soloists, ensemble members, and chamber musicians at appropriate levels for entering graduate music study and for public school and studio teaching. (Performance)

  • Students will be able to create, analyse, and synthesize music as a means of supporting developing careers in music teaching and/or performance. (Theory and Musicianship)

  • Students will be able to recognize, classify, and interpret a common body of western literature and individual repertory by written and oral means.

  • Students will be able to demonstrate teaching skills for individual studio and group settings for teaching and audience education purposes.

Course Outline

We are offering three instruments

  • Guitar

  • Flute

  • Rubab

Course Duration

This course duration will be one months.

Fee Structure

Total cost of this course is 10,000/- per instrument

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