Learn to play your favourite songs in 4 mins!

【钢琴教学】4分钟学会弹《嘉宾》(附上乐谱) | Jia Bin (easy piano lesson)

【钢琴教学】4分钟学会弹《飞鸟和蝉》| Fei Niao He Chan (easy piano lesson)

 

Piano tutorial videos for the inspired! NEW!

Our team has come up with a new video series to engage and help our piano students learn to play their favourite songs at home. Kicking off this series are two insanely popular Mandarin hit songs《飞鸟和蝉》(translated as ‘Flying Bird and Cicada’) and《嘉宾》(translated as ‘Guest’). Try the lessons out and let us know if this works for you!

P.S. Ukulele and guitar students can try strumming the chords too!

 

Ukulele Course Promotion

For a limited time only, receive a FREE ukulele + electronic ukulele tuner (whilst stocks last) when you sign up for our 3-month POP UKULELE COURSE!

Rated 9.5 out of 10, for having the ‘best ukulele instruction’ among other music schools in Singapore, by SimplyHer magazine.

We are established in 2002, and we are the 1st pop music school in Singapore to offer a comprehensive pop ukulele course, solely designed for adult beginners without musical experience. If you have been wanting to learn a new instrument, the ukulele is an excellent choice. Learn from our team of professional musicians and teachers. Our Pop Ukulele Course even comes with a FREE ukulele and an electronic ukulele tuner!

With over 18 years of teaching experience, we conduct our ukulele lessons using simple and efficient methodology, that even beginners without prior musical knowledge can learn to play in no time.

The ukulele is considered one of the easiest instruments to play. If you are still unsure, take a look at some of the comments from our past participants.

[  Read what our happy participants say about us. ]

Happy Chinese New Year! 🍊🍊

Happy Chinese New Year! 🍊🍊 Here’s wishing everyone an ox-picious 牛 year ahead! 🐮🐄

We’ll be taking a short break from 11 Feb to 14 Feb. All lessons will resume on Mon, 15 Feb.

In the meantime, please enjoy our rendition of 春風吻上我的臉, using the ukulele as a leading single-line instrument (and also equally wonderful as an accompaniment instrument). This goes to show that you can always put the single-line melody lessons that you learnt in our ukulele classes to good use! (Featured in the video is our ukulele teacher Jax Lee)

🎄 Merry Christmas & Happy New Year! 🎅🏻

Hello folks! Our elves are caroling away at the North Pole, so we’ll be taking a short break on:

Eve & day of Christmas (24th & 25th Dec)
Eve & New Year’s Day (31st Dec & 1st Jan)

In the meantime, check out 3 of our Santa Clauses playing the ukuleles along with a variety of fun musical instruments.

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year! 🎁

We Are 18!

We are officially 18!

2020 has been an unusual year for all of us. The music industry has changed drastically because of the pandemic. Let us pray for better days ahead. And remember, good music doesn’t have an expiration date. Stay strong! 💪🏻

Online Lessons Available

We are available for ‘live’ online lessons!

Whether you are looking at picking up a new instrument or upgrading your musical skills, we provide customised 1-to-1 individual lessons for you. Currently available for ukulele, guitar and piano.

Get in touch with us at music@replugged.com for more info!

 

Chinese Lunar New Year 2019

Hey folks! 大家好!

It’s Chinese Lunar New Year! Let us welcome the new year with a new take on a 70-year-old Chinese classic tune. Here’s wishing everyone a funky and groovy new year ahead.

祝大家春風得意, 豬事順利, 新年快樂, 萬事如意!

Theme song from ‘The Story of Yanxi Palace’

A few weeks ago, an ex-student wrote to us asking if we can play the theme song 雪落下的聲音 (translates to ‘The Sound of Snow Falling’) from the Chinese TV drama 延禧攻略 ‘The Story of Yanxi Palace’. We have not heard it before, but we checked it out anyway. And we’re glad we did.

The appeal of the song lies in the poignant lyrics and enchanting melody. While it mainly uses the Chinese oriental pentatonic scale, there is a modern touch to the song, by way of current chord progressions and charismatic guitar arpeggios using open-chord voicings.  We decided to work on an instrumental version of the song by combining both Chinese and western instruments such as Chinese flute, guzheng, guitar and piano.

We hope you like our rendition.