To see when the next piano course will start
and to sign up for the course please visit our Norwegian page.
The piano is a universal instrument fit for most genres and is essential in music production and songwriting.
At the beginner’s course, Piano 1, you learn different scales and chords, and you start playing simple songs right away. You explore various techniques and the most common chord inversions.
At the advanced course, Piano 2, you add to the knowledge you’ve gained at the beginner’s course and learn more advanced techniques and styles. We recommend you complete two beginner’s courses before you enrol in this course.
Our courses are largely tailored to the skills of the participants. The courses are originally in Norwegian but can be adapted to English speaking students.
All our courses focus on the joy of playing music, as well as mastering the instrument on every step of the way. The courses are usually in small groups consisting of 3 to 5 participants.
About the course
- There are digital pianos available to each participant at the course.
- But you need to bring your own headphones.
- You can rehearse in the rehearsal spaces for free between the course dates, as far as capacity goes. Monday through Friday before 5:00 pm and all day during the weekends.
- Each course consists of groups of no more than 4 participants.
- The course period is 5 weeks, with each session lasting 2 hours (including break time)
Music should be available to everyone
Your personal economy shouldn’t be a barrier if you want to participate in music activities. If you’re under 18 you or your parents/legal guardians can apply to get reduces fees or the fee completely covered by us. If you’re a holder of Aktivitetskortet (The Activity Card from Bergen Kommune), you can use it here.
To make use of this offer, please check the boxes that apply in the application form. The offer is supported and funded by Bufdir.
Are you unsure of your skill level, or have any other enquiries?
Please contact us via email: firstname.lastname@example.org.