Music Conservatory

At MIT School we believe that learning music is essential to achieve the full development of our students, and so we have the MIT Bilingual Conservatory, an Official Elementary Conservatory of Music. The centre is approved by the Junta de Andalucía and entitles the obtaining of the Elemental Music title issued by the Ministry of Education.


Our Conservatory offers the following instrumental specialties: Piano, guitar, violin, viola, cello, double bass, tuba, trumpet, trombone, horn, percussion, saxophone, clarinet, bassoon, oboe, flute and harp. We also offer flamenco guitar and voice training, specialties that are not available in any Conservatory in the province of Malaga.


In our Conservatory, run by the Professor of the Music Education Faculty in Conservatories Jesús Lloret, we propose a formal education that combines classical and modern music (jazz, pop, rock, flamenco, world music, Celtic, New Age …) using a dynamic and entertaining methodology: 



At MIT Conservatory we are aware of the importance of language learning, and that is why we offer a music education developed in English.


Since the beginning of the course, students enjoy Junior Master Class offered by leading educators and performers.


Instrumental and Vocal Teaching is based from the beginning on the group practice, which builds self-esteem, the sharing of experiences and knowledge, respect, motivation, confidence and stage control, creating different musical ensembles: Dixieland Band, jazz combos, pop groups, rock, ethnic, chamber orchestra, symphony orchestra, Marchin-band, Big-band, gospel choir, etc.


Practicing with related instruments is used to enhance the teaching of the traditional instrument and to play modern music styles. The affinity is determined by the size (instruments adapted to the little ones), instruments of the same family (jazz trombone, electric guitar, electric bass…) and those arising from new technologies (electric violin, electric guitar…)


We innovate pedagogically in the teaching of the Musical Language combining knowledge with practice, ie, avoiding the purely theoretical teaching disconnected from the immediate musical experience. Students learn musical concepts when their instrumental or vocal practice required it so, which is conditioned by the vocal / instrumental repertoire they work in.


Students must be at least 8 years old, having no age limit for their access to the Elementary Music Conservatory. In addition, students from 3 years old can begin to familiarize with our Conservatory in our Introductory Music Workshop.


MIT Conservatory offers the opportunity of studying the Elementary Music Lessons weekly or on weekends. In addition, we offer parents the opportunity to practice activities while waiting for their children, as paddle or languages​​, among others.

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