;

An online sight-reading method to learn how to read music like you read a book...

without mistakes or hesitations! Make progress within a month

Nearly 10,000 original and progressive exercises for all levels, all instruments of the orchestra, piano and guitar as well as music theory

At home, in your instrument class or in music theory.
On a tablet or a computer. All you need is an internet connection.

 

Our offers are clear, tailored, accessible and without obligation.
Try our method for 7 days!

User Reviews

Patrick Gallois
Patrick Gallois
International soloist, conductor

Sight-O is an extraordinary way to enable professional musicians to reach the international level they deserve. This online learning system using a mask to force the eye to read in advance is absolutely unique and essential.

Dominic Theodosis-Capsambelis
Dominic Theodosis-Capsambelis
Director of the School of Music and Dance of Enghien-les-Bains

The ability to sight-read is a real asset in a musician’s evolution. The Sight-O method draws inspiration from a principle known for its effectiveness and that enables quick progress. That is why, as director of the Music and Dance School of Enghien-les-Bains, I asked that all our students have access to Sight-O to enable them to work both locally and at home.

Daniel Catalanotti
Daniel Catalanotti
International soloist, solo horn of the Ensemble Orchestral de Paris

Finally, here is an online sight-reading tool for all instruments and for all musicians from the youngest to the most experienced. Leading educators were involved in the development of this method to make it as efficient and adapted as possible.

Arnaud Vallin
Arnaud Vallin
First violin of the Parisii Quartet, a former student of the method

This founding method carried me in my childhood and stayed with me throughout my education. 30 years later, I still use it today as it is endlessly useful.

Burcu Goker
Burcu Goker
Violinist, professor at the University of West Florida (USA), former student of the method.

During my musical studies in Paris, learning this sight-reading method was very useful to me. It allowed me to open other doors in my artistic career. I still use it today for its extraordinary efficiency.

Sign up for the newsletter

They support us