Genres Categories
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  • Classical

    Classical instruments are generally regarded as those which make up an orchestra plus of course, the piano and classical guitar. Classical instruments include strings, brass, woodwind and percussion, have a centuries old tradition and require dedicated study and practise in order to attain proficiency but which can all be highly rewarding. Classical singing is also included in this category.

    • Piano• Strings

        1. – Violin, viola, cello, double bass, harp, classical guitar.

    • Woodwind

        1. – Clarinet, flute, saxophone, oboe, bassoon.

    • Brass

        1. – Trumpet, trombone, euphonium, French horn, tuba.

    • Percussion

        1. – Drum kit, Timpani and everything which can be struck to produce a tune or a sound.

    • Voice

      1. – Opera and solo singing

    All our classical tutors are internationally trained teachers and experienced professional musicians.

  • Classical

  • Contemporary

    All the instruments which have formed the backbone of contemporary pop, rock and jazz for the past 50 or 60 years and depend as much on listening skills as playing. Great fun and highly sociable.

    • Electric Guitar• Bass Guitar• Drum Kit• Keyboards• VocalLearn your pop skills from some of Malaysia’s most admired rockers.

  • Rock School

  • Musical Theatre – Acting, Singing & Dancing

    Musical Theatre is the most demanding of all the performing arts as it requires proficiency in 3 not just 1 discipline. However, students may opt to study just 1 or 2 of the elements or enrol for the full Musical Theatre course. All students will be eligible to take part in the BAPA annual musical which comprises professional performers as well as students.







  • Musical Theatre

  • Academic

    To assist in the artistic development of our students or for those who wish to study elements of the performing arts in more depth we offer a full programme of study courses either individually or in a group. These include:
    Harmony, theory, conducting, GCSE Music O’ Level & music technology (music notation, sequencing & recording).

    Theory is strongly encouraged for all classical students and is mandatory for those who are working on levels Grade 4 and above.

  • Academic

  • Groups

    The essence to achieving excellence in performance is to perform together in groups as soon and as often as possible. As well as ad hoc groups developed for the student termly and annual showcases, a number of high quality amateur and professional groups and ensembles will be making BAPA their home. This allows students to aspire to join them once they have reached the required standard as well as giving them the opportunity to watch them rehearse and perform, further enhancing their performance knowledge.

    BAPA Groups and Ensembles include:

    • The KL Youth Jazz Orchestra (KLYJO)• Vox Angelicus Choir• The British Academy Chamber Orchestra• Dance BAPA• The BAPA Players

      1. (Theatre and musical theatre group)


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  • Mon - Fri 10am - 9pm
  • Sat 9am - 9pm
  • Sun 11am - 7pm