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Fermata Music Lessons
Fermata School of Music was established in 2011 by Patrycja Mikiciuk due to a demand for high quality music education in the Dublin area. The school offers quality music education based on a proven artisic programme methodology, known accross the world. They also adhere to the newest requirements of the Royal Academy of Music in Ireland.
The teaching programme is modelled on the ideas of the music school curriculum developed by Patrycja Mikiciuk. It also complies with the requirements of the Royal Irish Academy of Music and their own team of highly qualified instrumental teachers.
All instrumental and vocal exams are conducted externally in accordance with the Royal Irish Academy of Music (RIAM) syllabuses. RIAM exams are not mandatory to successfully complete any course in the school. Students take part in concerts, shows and yearly school events.
Fermata School of Music successfully prepare their pupils to junior exams and leaving certificate exams, in both theory and practical parts.
Patrycja Mikiciuk is the owner, Music Director and actively participating music teacher at Fermata School of Music.
She is a violinist with over fifteen years experience, mainly playing as a full-time musician in philharmonic and chamber orchestras. Founder of the school, Patrycja originates from a Polish family with deep musical roots and has a broad range of experiences and qualifications in music, teaching and management.
Patrycja completed 1st and 2nd Level Music School in Poland and is a leaving certificate graduate from the School Of Music in Viola, Piano, Advanced Music Theory, Harmony, Ear Training and Music Education in Jelenia Gora, Poland.
Patrycja Mikiciuk and Fermata School of Music are fully committed to safeguarding the well-being of its students. Teachers must at all times, show respect and understanding for the rights, safety and welfare of students and conduct themselves in a way that reflects the principles of the school.