Harmony III, IV

Instrument Harmony III, IV
Length 30 / 45 / 60 minutes
Age +15 years
Locations Online
Start Date Throughout The Year
Term 4 Lessons/1 Month or 12 Lessons/3 Month or 24 Lessons/6 Month
Admissions Admission required
Genre Classical

Program Information

The Farabius Academy of Music offers private sessions for those who want to learn how to compose music. We would love to help you learn music composition from our certified educators. We offer private lessons through an innovative and engaging curriculum for our students. Our unique approach to musical education facilitates a fast and practical learning experience for students.

Before starting this course, we do a free assessment, and once we have determined your level,  you can enrol at your right level. In this program, you will learn the skills necessary for success as a composer.

There will also be weekly compositional assignments, allowing you to practice more writing. In these assignments, you will get real-life practice using the information and techniques learned in each skill to write and develop your own harmonic progressions.

We do monthly assessments, which is a necessary part of the learning process; it helps us measure whether our students have really learned what we want them to learn.

Each online harmony lesson takes place between one teacher and one student for either 30, 45 or 60 minutes.


Why should I learn harmony?

Learning harmony not only makes you a better and more informed composer, but it gives you more tools at your disposal, makes you stronger in every aspect of your art, and also provides you with solutions.



We can help you to understand composition to a new level and make you a better composer. This course covers topics such as advanced chromatic harmony and modulation to remote keys, 9th chords, 11th chords, 13th chords, the 19th century and 20th century, various composes, and more.



  • Students need to have knowledge of basic harmony. If you do not already have a basic knowledge of harmony, it is recommended that you take Harmony I, II and a music theory course before enrolling in this course.
  • Although not a necessity, it is very beneficial that students have some ability to play an instrument.


Who this course is for:

  • All students of music with some experience or knowledge
  • Instrument players
  • Beginning Composers/Songwriters
  • Anyone who has always desired to learn how to write music


Important Facts & FAQs

  • Highly recommended for students of 15 years or older
  • Offered but less recommended for students 14 years or younger
  • Extremely useful for young and adult learners
  • The most useful format for composing music

Harmony III, IV Teacher

Mehdi Khayami

Multi Level

Languages Spoken: English, Italian, Farsi

Alberto Di Priolo

Multi Level

Languages Spoken: English, Italian