MCGI Music School 

Music, as an enthralling art form, is meant to be utilized in meaningful ways. At MCGI Music School, we aim to educate people — especially the young ones — in realizing their artistic potentials and putting their musical talents to good use.

We provide a virtual space where passionate students and professional music-makers can engage with each other and explore lessons about playing instruments, enhancing one’s vocal chops, reading notes, and more. 

Our Programs

Choose your study program and start sharpening your musical prowess in the comforts of your own home.


Voice Lessons

Learn dynamic exercises to expand your vocal range.
*ages 5 to 12
*ages 13 and above

Piano Lessons

Have fun making melodies through keys.
*ages 7 to 12
*ages 13 and above


Guitar Lessons

Create beautiful tunes through strumming and plucking.
*ages 8 to 12
*ages 13 and above

Violin Lessons

Make meaningful music with bowing and fingering.
*ages 7 to 12
*ages 13 and above

Drum Lessons

Discover rhythms and breaks through the drums.
*ages 8 to 12
*ages 13 and above

Flute Lessons

Produce warm refined tones with flute.
*ages 7 and above


Cello Lessons

Sharpen your cello-playing techniques.
*ages 7 and above


Clarinet Lessons

Blow beautiful music out of your clarinet.
*ages 7 and above


Trumpet Lessons

Discover techniques to make a resounding trumpet sound.
*ages 9 and above

Trombone Lessons

Perform majestic melodies using trombone.
*ages 8 and above

All Enrollees for this program must have a stable internet connection, a video-conferencing device with a camera, a microphone OR earphones and with his/her own set of instruments.

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Violin Course Requirements (PDF)



  • Cello instrument with strings (full size, 3/4, 1/2 etc.)
  • Cello Bow
  • Cello Rosin
  • Cello Stopper
  • Music Stand
  • Tuner or Tuning Fork
  • Clean Soft Cloth for Cleaning
  • Notebook and Pencil



1.) What kind of piano/keyboard should I get?

- If the student already has a piano of any kind, there is no need to buy a new one.

- If the student is planning on pursuing mastery on the piano the following features must be considered when buying a new keyboard:

  • Number of keys, preferably 88
  • Weighted Keys
  • Touch Response
  • Sustain Pedal


2.) I'm willing to buy. Do you have any recommended models?

  • Kawai Es110
  • Casiotone CT-S200 
  • Casiotone CT-S300 
  • Alesis Recital 88-Key Digital Piano.
  • Casio CTK-3500 61-Key Portable Keyboard.
  • Alesis Harmony 61-Key Portable Keyboard.
  • Lagrima 88-Key Electric Piano Keyboard.
  • Yamaha PSR-E263 61-Key Portable Keyboard.
  • Lagrima 61-Key Electric Piano Keyboard.
  • RockJam RJ761 61-Key Electronic Piano Keyboard.
  • Casio CT-X700


3.) Are we going to use 

- Make sure that both you and your hands on the keys can be seen.


4.) Do I need a computer?

- Preferably but not required. A larger screen will help out during discussions and activities.


5.) Will putting labels on my piano keys be helpful in learning how to play it?

- If you are just starting out, yes, the labels will help you memorize the names of the keys. But, as you progress, you will no longer have the need for labels, therefore use sticker labels for piano keys that can be removed later on, instead of permanently writing on the keys with a marker or something similar.



  • Drum Sticks
  • Drum set/Drum pad
  • Tablet or Music sheet for reading
  • Metronome (machine or mobile app)



  • Guitar
  • Tuner
  • Music stand
  • Access to printer (to print the pieces)
  • Device (to record yourself for your assignments)
  • Gmail Account (to access Google classroom)
  • Commitment to upload weekly videos
  • Commitment to practice everyday (15-30 mins) for 12 weeks



  • Clarinet Instrument
  • Reeds at least (3 pcs)
  • Cork Grease
  • Cleaning Cloth
  • Tuner & Metronome
  • Music Stand/Laptop/Tablet



  • Trumpet
  • Tuner/Metronome
  • Mouthpiece 
  • Slide Cream
  • Music Stand/Tablet
  • Music Pad and Pencil
  • Cleaning Kit



  • Orchestral/Concert Flute (Not bamboo or flute recorder)
  • Cleaning Cloth
  • Cleaning Rod
  • Tuner and Metronome (Mobile App allowed)
  • Music Stand
  • Music Writing Pad and pencil
  • Laptop/Tablet

Our Instructors 


MCGI Symphony Orchestra

Kickstart Your Musical Journey

Hone your musical skills through our interactive curriculum. With our offered programs, our enrollees are in for an 12-week intensive training with experienced instructors from across all fields of music.

The virtual classes for our musical instrument programs cater to both beginners and intermediate players.


Beginner Program

specialized for beginners or for those who have not tried their hand at playing musical instruments yet
* Students in this program will be connected to their instructors through live video conferencing that allows complete discussion between participants through a two-way real-time communication.

* They will submit their performance videos per lesson for instructors’ assessment.

* Their instructors will provide feedback and monitor their overall progress.

Intermediate Program

specialized for average players or for those who can already play a musical instrument
* Students in this program will be diagnosed according to their skills in note reading and playing.

* They will be in a group class (consisting of 8-15 students) with a 1-hour session per week.

At the end of the 3-month program, there will be a culminating activity where students can showcase their artistry through recitals. They will as well be awarded e-certificates for the completion of their chosen courses.


Music in the Bible

Apart from teaching musical concepts and disciplines to young students for free,
MCGI Music School champions the value of making and singing songs dedicated to the Almighty — how music is tackled in the Scriptures and its relevance to a person’s life. 

“Music is older than the world and praise songs are the oldest of musical kinds.” (Job 38:7)
— Brother Eli Soriano
“If we hear lyrics, music, and notes being used in many different ways, it is most important to use these for their greatest purpose, and that is in the praise of the Lord.”
— Brother Daniel Razon