The harmonica could be considered as a free reed wood-wind instrument. Harmonicas have an unbelievably wealthy variety of expressions and are straightforward to use since the usage of your fingers and other body parts are unneeded. They play in various “intervals” (two or a lot of notes), which is troublesome or impossible for several other wind instruments. It also works within the fashionable musical setting where one has to play most music through an electronic equipment or electro-acoustic transducer. A harmonica player will simply adapt to the setting by using an electro-acoustic transducer and their harmonica within their hands.

Harmonicas are very necessary for Blues music to amass its distinctive, emotional sound. Harmonicas cross several genres and are often used for rock, country, pop songs and Irish jigs. It is commonly used in classical, jazz and a lot of other genres. The tremolo harmonica is commonly used for Japanese folk’s songs.

Furthermore, learning the harmonica will improve your respiration and health. The constant blowing into the harmonica is good exercise for the diaphragm, increasing lung capacity and improving breathing.


Age : From 6 years

Course Duration : 1-2 years

  • Harmonica Structure
  • Musical Notation/ Symbols
  • Rhythm Training
  • Playing Position
  • Sight-reading
  • Scales
  • Anacrusis (Upbeat/Pickup)
  • Repertoires


Course Duration : 2-3 years

  • Harmonica Structure
  • Playing Position/Method
  • Rhythm Training
  • Techniques
  • Sight-reading
  • Legato, Staccato
  • Vibrato
  • Glissando
  • Harmony
  • Arpeggios