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Beatbox Music Classes for University Singapore | Charles Stitch Wong

If your University’s Interest Group, or Hall, requires some fun activities, or perhaps if you need to urgently put together a fun peformance that will impress your audience, Charles would like to get in touch with you.

Music Class Highlights:

  • Customisable Course Duration ( Preferably 5 – 10 Hours)
  • Customisable Lesson Length (Preferably 1 – 2 Hours)
  • Students will learn the basic sounds
  • Students will be able to put up a short performance by the end of the course
  • Students will experience a battle – right in the comfort of their own class!

Enquire About Our Beatbox Music Classes for University Today!

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Charles Stitch Wong offers beatboxing classes for university students who would like to learn how to do vocal percussion.

This is open to all university schools, including National University of Singapore (NUS), Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore Managment University (SMU), and also open to the private universities like Singapore Institute of Management (SIM), Kaplan, and the like.

Whether you need beatboxing classes for your hall, your faculty, or even a board of teachers and staff, Charles promises to deliver the best beatboxing class and experience that you can get.

Charles has had experience working with NTU, SIM and SMU as a music coach. For a full list of his teaching and performing experience, click here.

He will explain the art of beatboxing, while breaking it down like a science, so that anybody from any level, can learn beatboxing. Students will go from being musically inept, to being able to drop beats and rhythms that is bound to impress in a performance.

Learn this relatively new and refreshing artform from Charles Stitch Wong. Get a world class teacher for your students today!

Contact Charles Stitch Wong here.

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