TONALITY MUSIC SCHOOL STUDENTS
Maris #Music Leader’s Programme
My experience while studying at Tonality Music School was really fantastic. Tonality Music School is one of the best music schools in Nigeria. My studying at Tonality Music School has really added a lot of good to my life. I have learned what music is all about, how to score songs, playing the keyboard, violin and singing skills.
I want to thank my most special teacher, Mr. Sam Olu. God bless you, and give you more grace to carry on.
Osehatufol Maris @Music leader
Juliet #Voice and sax
Thinking of the best music school to enroll for your music studies, kindly come to Tonality Music School. There, we have experienced teachers who will teach you all the rudiments and the dynamics of music.
My period of learning was super-great, and I was able to play the saxophone within a few weeks. The voice training aspect of my training was superb.
I want to say a big kudos, to the director and the founder of that great Institute (Mr Olu Sam).
Olaleye Juliet #sax- vocals
My experience at Tonality Music School during my days of keyboard training was amazing. I remember vividly, when I came in newly, and within one month my eyes were opened to various basics about the keyboard and music in general, which I had skipped for a long time. I was given a solid foundation that really expanded my knowledge about music, including teaching on creating chords, chords and melody, chords-inversion, playing of multiple keys, scoring of songs, and theory of music: musical notes and introduction to sight reading.
I would say, this has given me an edge to soar in my Music ministry. I was also taught on how to build consistency and develop the music ear, as Mr. Sam (Director of Tonality Music School) would say. It was indeed wonderful and I am glad that I attended Tonality Music School.
Idiasirue Emmanuel @Musician/Keyboardist
Lyanna #Keyboard and vocal
Tonality Music School is one of the best music schools I would recommend to anyone who is passionate about learning any musical instruments and academic music. They have good, down to earth and well grounded teachers that would teach and guide you throughout your course of study.
I started playing the piano in less than a month in the school, so I’m not exaggerating. Now I can comfortable play most songs on the piano without supervision. I also got little teaching to improve on my playing the guitar (the neck chords).
Thanks and see you @TMI (Tonality Music International).
Lyanna Buchi @ musician/singer
Learning to play the saxophone with my teacher, Uncle Olu Sam and his team of tutors has been wonderful, even though it wasn’t easy at the very beginning when I started at the early age of 4.
I started playing the soprano saxophone, though, it took a while to produce a regular sound, but I scaled through. I believe l can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.
I had a lot of discouragement on my choice of instrument sax. I was told that people who play the saxophone have health issues. That is a by-gone. I overcame those discouraging words, and with enthusiasm, growing from playing the soprano sax to Alto sax.
Learning the saxophone so far has been fun and exciting, and to the Glory of God, now I play much better. I would like to say like, Apostle Paul in Philippians 3:12-14; ‘Not that I have already obtained all this, or have already arrived at my goal, but I press on to take hold of that for which Christ Jesus took hold of me.’ Brothers and sisters, I do not consider myself yet to have taken hold of it. But one thing I do: forgetting what is behind and straining toward what is ahead, I press on toward the goal to win the prize for which God has called me heavenward in Christ Jesus.’
My advice to younger saxophonists: learning to play the sax takes a gradual process, but we shall all get there if we faint not and no sickness will stop you or me in Jesus’ Amen.
My parents are my biggest fans. They have supported me through all these years of learning the sax. Thanks for being there, to help me discover my talent and lead me on a great path to fulfillment of destiny.
Ayodeji Praise (SS1) @ Saxophonist