Immersive Online Music Courses

True School online features an expanding bouquet of hobby and professional music courses. These online music courses are built using the same learning and teaching philosophy that made our on-campus music programmes nationally recognised and internationally accepted for credit articulation to leading universities abroad. Whether you are looking to brush up your piano or guitar skills, or to start that long pending vocal lesson, or thinking seriously about kickstarting your songwriting and music production pursuit, it is highly likely that you will find courses on True School online that will get you started right away.

Our online music courses are taught by experienced faculty, music industry practitioners and celebrity artists using a highly interactive learning technology platform, custom designed for arts and music education. True School online is a true virtual campus, where music students from different parts of the world interact and collaborate with faculty and peers through live video, chats, discussion boards and social media integration to form strong social and professional connections while mastering the art of music making. It is a gateway to the global music community. Your learning account on True School online also functions as a digital music portfolio, helping you to collate and showcase your best works from the various music courses to the outside world, so by the time you complete your studies, you are ready to step out with a certificate that attests your music skills and a portfolio that speaks for you.

True School’s course designers and instructors use a wide array of flipped and blended learning approaches to create experiential, collaborative and personalised learning in every music course. Instructors use live and pre-recorded videos to introduce concepts and to demonstrate practical techniques, while you will learn through activities such as writing music, practising your musical instrument or voice, making recordings of your performances, composing, arranging and programming music, recording, editing, mixing and mastering music, reviewing and commenting on peer work, etc., to name a few. Instructors often use live video sessions to discuss your work and to give you personalised feedback to enhance your skills and abilities progressively.