EXAMS OF ACCESS TO CONSERVATORY
At the Ressò Music School we offer the possibility to do music lessons oriented to the preparation for the exam of access to the Middle Level Conservatory.
In these music classes the theoretical part (musical language) and the practical part (instrument) are worked.
The results throughout our trajectory have always been exellent.
I started my violin studies at 3 years old at the Ressò School of Music with the Suzuki Method which, in my opinion, has given very good results.
My experience has been very enriching, since I have always learned in a very familiar environment, from you to you, solving the specific doubts I had and very good group class environment too.
The results of my time at the Ressò School have been very satisfactory, since I have acquired the basis of the theoretical and technical knowledge that has allowed me to enter the Conservatory, be part of the Young Symphony Orchestra of Vallés, and play with the Orchestra Vallés Symphony.
At the moment I am studying 5th year of Middle Grade at the Conservatory of Badalona, and I contemplate the possibility of studying at a higher level of music.Pol Altimira
I started my musical studies at Ressò, Centre d’estudis musicals, where I studied piano, violin and singing.
My experience has been very good both in the exam preparation and in the training they have given me.
So if you want to start an instrument or run a formal exam, I think it’s a good center.
Personally, I’m very happy about my path there and the way I’ve been able to build based on the knowledge I have acquired. The proof is that nowadays I am completing my studies of singing at the Liceu Conservatory in Barcelona.Anna Guasch
At 3 years I started musical studies at the Music School Ressò, in Alella.
The path that has been going through these 12 years at the School has been a way of experiences, friendships and learning.
My violin training with the Suzuki Method has helped me a lot, especially to work on a constant basis in the study of both the instrument and the musical language with very dynamic and didactic classes, both individual and collective.
In addition, it creates a very familiar and cozy atmosphere that invites you to enjoy the music.
Preparing me for the violin exams at the Trinity College of London and access to the Conservatory of Badalona, where I currently study 4th Degree of Professionals, has been a very enriching experience thanks to the teaching of the School of Music Ressò.
What I like most is that the teachers transmit their passion for music, and by experience, this passion is contagious!Rut Hidalgo