Music Learning

All children should have equal opportunities to learn more about music. We believe on a holistic approach – using music as a tool to help children regulate and express their own emotions and discover their own talent for music. Many people suggest that music, especially instrumental education, should start at the age of 6. Indeed, American psychologist Arnold Gesell conducted a famous experiment called “The Method of Co-Twin Control.” The conclusion of the experiment was that there was no difference in development for children who received special educational intervention. In simple terms, the examination results might be the same whether children start receiving music education at the age of 2 or 5.

However, education goes beyond numerical outcomes; it’s about the process. The purpose of music learning is to promote children’s brain development, help them with emotional control, cultivate perseverance, and boost their confidence. Early music education serves as a solid foundation for lifelong learning therefore, we offer music classes starting at the age of 3.

Orff Approach

The Orff music education method encourages children to understand music throu gh percussion instruments, singing, dancing, and performing in a comprehensive manner. Its characteristic is that children can easily participate and perform quickly. Through various entertaining activities, children can easily master reading music, rhythm, and other aspects of traditional education that may be dull and hinder their interest development.

Piano Class

Often, music teachers say that the piano is the foundation of all instruments. Our piano teacher, Joy, has extensive experience in early childhood education. She is gentle yet strict, nurturing many outstanding young pianists.

With her assistance, Nicholas had the opportunity to perform in the AMEB show at age 7 and achieved a Grade 8 ‘A’ at just 9 years old.