What we do and what we DO NOT do?
Through a playful and pleasant environment, we pursue the following goals:
- Foster artistic and auditory sensitivity in babies and children
- Learn music as the mother tongue is assimilated, progressively and naturally
- Lay the foundations for a good musical education that will serve as a basis in the future to enjoy, understand, and make music
- Use movement to assimilate pulse and rhythm
- Use music as a unique means of communication, expression, and socialization
- Strengthen and expand the family bond through experiences with great emotional charge
As music teachers committed to the quality of education:
- We DO NOT block the child’s natural creative impulse
- We DO NOT rush the sequencing of musical learning
- We DO NOT promote musical and instrumental indoctrination
- We DO NOT replace practice with theory
- We DO NOT encourage competitiveness
- We DO NOT anticipate the symbolic stage of musical language
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Why are our music classes so special?
- We employ the latest materials and methodological discoveries specialized in early childhood education such as Gordon, Feierabend, Reggio Emilia, Orff, etc.
- We generalize the use of English in our sessions.
- We enhance creativity and improvisation.
- We adapt to the natural development of the child, guiding and stimulating without imposing, attentive to their spontaneous responses.
- We aim for a playful environment that activates, involves, and motivates participation.
- We promote the development of musical thinking in the same way linguistic thinking is generated.
- We pursue meaningful musical learning beyond simple memorization.
- We take advantage of the benefits of learning music perceptually, in a wholly practical way.
- We stimulate cognitive, psychomotor, and affective areas.