Last modified: 12.09.2013

Individual instrumental lessons take place twice a week; this is increased to three times a week in years 11 and 12.

All pupils attend classes in solfeggio two or three times a week to develop their aural skills.

Pupils in years 1 to 9 also attend special rhythmic classes in order to develop their coordination and familiarise them with historical dance forms.

In addition students participate in the school orchestras. Performance is an integral part of the school curriculum.


  • Year1: primary choir
  • Years 2 – 4: primary boys’ choir
  • Years 5 – 8: children’s choir & boys’ choir
  • Chamber choir


  • Years 6 – 12: wind band
  • Years 7 – 8: string orchestra
  • Years 9 – 12: symphony orchestra

General academic subjects are taught according to the national curriculum for primary and secondary schools and the TMHS study plan.

All classrooms are available for use for instrumental practice outside lesson time.

Students from outside Tallinn may be accommodated in the school’s own dormitory house.

We develop educated, highly trained, creative musicians in an inspiring and supportive study enviroment.

We do our otmost to ensure that all our students develop the skills that will enable them to compete successfully at international level.