Vocals, Music, Dramatic & Performing Arts



ANUA’s School of Music and Performing Arts provides the following tuition facilities: 


Vocals (Singing) | Musical Instruments (Piano, Guitar, (including Classical & Bass Guitar), Drums, Keyboards) | Dramatic & Performing Arts |Music Theory | Music Theater & Public Speaking | Modeling


In our Vocal Tuition classes, student can choose to learn in either Modern Contemporary,  Music Theater, (Music of the Stage & Screen), or Classical curriculum syllabi.


Students choose between regular standard weekly classes of either 30 minutes or 60 minutes duration (same  day weekly), or can attend Part-Time 6 month study courses or Full International One Year Diploma courses.


ANUA’s curriculum provides grades and classes from Initial (Beginner) Level up to International Licentiate Diploma Status accredited with The International Music Examination Board’s (IMEB) Internationally certified Syllabi.


Course Overview material is available on request.



Why Choose ANUA’s Music & Performing Arts curriculum?


ANUA is a dedicated Education facility where the tutors and coaches are passionate about ensuring the highest levels of education to those who know the value of hard work and who live their dream to make it to the very top and will stay with us all the way through. They have a DREAM! Together we turn that DREAM into a reality!


EVERY class is structured and prepared up-front in such a way so the student is encouraged to reach up beyond their comfort zones – whilst at the same time honoring their current potential and abilities.


Depending on the choice of class, ANUA accepts new students throughout the year and places them according to their relevant grade – the student can decide in their first year if they wish to start exams, but from the second year on-wards exams will be offered, so that students process can be properly evaluated on an internationally graded level.


Any application received will result in our invitation to come meet with the ANUA Directors so that a proper evaluation and discussion can take place before any new student is accepted. This enables accurate placing of the student with the appropriately qualified tutor or coach so that optimal achievement can be effectively reached.