What the in-app classes of Accento are about
About our classes:
About 70-95% of active playing time is devoted to self-guided practice sessions without the guidance of a professional instructor. During this period, there is a lack of orientation, feedback, and encouragement from the instructor. Insufficient assistance and support for students can result in ineffective practice techniques and learning approaches, leading to a lack of motivation, a sense of unfulfillment, and ultimately, abandonment of the instrument.
Accento can prove to be a valuable asset in similar circumstances. The student can receive constructive feedback through the system, indicating areas of proficiency and improvement. Our cutting-edge application provides personalized exercise guidance to students based on their skill level, helping them avoid future mistakes and achieve optimal results. Small achievements are a great source of motivation for students, leading to an enhanced sense of enjoyment in the process of creating music and facilitating consistent progress. Our innovative pitch detection and note learning concept utilizes the same effective methods employed by professional music instructors during practice sessions.
The Classes ...
... provide error correction and improvement suggestions to enhance your playing skills.
... feature didactic models and step-by-step exercises to help you achieve your learning goals.
... encourage a culture of enthusiastic play from students.
Explore the effortless and expeditious approach to mastering a musical instrument with our proven techniques. You'll be amazed at the results!
App Benefits for Teachers
Maximizing the effectiveness of teaching methodologies.
Optimized tasks lead to better student preparation and reduced errors.
Greater reputation and credibility.
Enhanced student practice discipline for optimal results.
- Leverage unique methodologies and exclusive resources to achieve ideal outcomes.
App Benefits for Students
- Get to know the benefits of accelerated learning techniques for faster and more efficient skills' acquisition.
- Obtain long-lasting success in enhancing your skills.
- Enhance your musical experience with increased enjoyment while playing an instrument.
- a low rate of dropout
- individualized exercises
- constantly updated metrics
A new inner metric is developed.
- wrong skills are avoided and the proper ones practiced
- helps you save time and money
Music Teacher Team of Accento
Daniel Morgade is a Uruguayan guitarist, pedagogue, and composer known for his work on solo instruments, chamber works, and solo pieces. Born in Montevideo, he began his musical studies at the age of 8 and has studied with various masters, including Atilio Rapat, César Pedotti, and Raúl Sánchez Clagget.
He holds a Bachelor's Degree in Instrumental Interpretation from the University of the Eastern Republic of Uruguay and a Master's degree in Musical Research from the International University of Rioja of Spain. Morgade has performed world premieres and dedicated works by composers such as Luis Guillermo Pérez, Juan Carlos Sanz, and Luigi Legnani.
He has taught courses, lectures, and master classes at international events and universities, and has organized events with a great international impact. Morgade has also been a guitar teacher at the Institute of Art of the University of San Martín de Porres in Lima, Peru, and has won several national and international guitar competitions.
Sonja Oberkofler is a renowned saxophonist, entrepreneur, and educator from South Tyrol, Italy. She lives in Vienna and is involved in various projects, including solo concerts, chamber music ensembles, and transdisciplinary projects. Sonja has performed with world-renowned artists and collaborated with various composers.
She has performed in chamber, orchestral, and operatic settings, including the dutch young talent opera "Het spel" and "Sekitei" by Ryo Noda. Sonja has collaborated with circus artists, actors, and dancers and performed in transdisciplinary performances. She is a Newzik ambassador and has studied at the Academy of Music and Performing Arts Tilburg and the Zürcher Hochschule der Künste. Sonja has also a master's degree in sports, culture and event management.
Katrin Klose is a renowned violinist and composer. She began her musical journey at the age of six and later studied piano and violin at the Conservatory of Nürnberg. In 2015, she graduated with a BA in music and BA composition from Würzburg University of Music. In 2018, she earned a Masters in Composition from the University Mozarteum in Salzburg.
In 2018, she began a PhD in Composition at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Klose has won numerous awards, including the first prize at the International Composition Competition of Homburg in 2013, and has been a recipient of numerous studentships.
Her music is performed by notable ensembles and is published by the Laurentius-Musikverlag in Frankfurt am Main.
Ardita Statovci is a renowned pianist and interpreter known for her elitist qualities. She began learning piano in her hometown and earned her Master's degree in 2007 with the highest distinction in the concert-class of Christoph Lieske. She studied with Menahem Pressler at Indiana University and completed her postgraduate studies at the Imola Accademia Pianistica in Italy.
Statovci has performed worldwide, with orchestras and soloist performances. She has completed master classes with renowned musicians and has received numerous scholarships and prizes.
She has also won prizes at competitions and is currently working with Gustav Kuhn, a well-known European conductor. In 2011, she replaced Martha Argerich with the Ravel Concerto and recently gave a highly acclaimed recital tour throughout China.
Francesca Canali is a renowned flute soloist, chamber musician, pedagogue, and researcher with an international career. She plays a diverse repertoire and has performed in various festivals across Europe, South America, Africa, Russia, and Japan.
Canali is also involved in international music education projects and interdisciplinary research in music and art education, musician's physiology and medicine, performance science, giftedness, empowerment, and potential development.
She is a prizewinner of numerous national and international competitions and is a professor at the Kalaidos Musikhochschule in Zurich and the Landesmusikschulwerk Oberösterreich. Canali has studied with celebrated flutists and has a Doctor of Philosophy in music science and pedagogy at the University Mozarteum in Salzburg.