FAQ


"Train up a child in the way he should go,
And when he is old he will not depart from it."
Proverbs 22:6


Here we list some of the  most frequently asked questions about our program. 
For further questions, feel free to reach out to us directly at 061-4513094 or Whatsapp at 0823-6524-9080

How early should my child start the music lessons?

We offer program to children as young as 1.5 years old. The program is called Kindermusik; it is an International award-winning music and movement for young children. For more information about Kindermusik, click here.

How is Kindermusik program differ from other young children music program in town?

Kindermusik program focuses the whole development of the child. It teaches not only music, but also language skills, social skills, emotional skills, and other cognitive skills important for the whole development of a child. More importantly, the program stresses on the parental role, which help with the parenting skills and improve parent-child bonding at home. At our youngest class-Our Time program, a parent need to accompany a child in the class actively. All other program require parent's accompaniment at the last 10 minutes of the class.  

When is my child ready for instrument lesson such as piano or violin?

We recommend that a child is at least 5 years old before he or she starts a formal music lessons. At 5 years old, some children already start to read and write and therefore their attention span is much longer, which then enable them to be able to sit and follow technical instructions for 60 min weekly.

Do I need to accompany my child during lesson times?

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What do the children learn in Kindermusik?

They learn the basics of music elements such as steady beat, soft and loud, high and low tones, smooth and bumpy sounds, and basic musical elements such as piano, forte, glissando, crescendo, etc., and even musical composers such as J.S. Bach, Beethoven, and Mozart. Children learn to listen attentively to the sounds of the nature and musical compositions. They explore the musical concepts through movement, singing and rhyming, exploration with child-friendly props and musical instruments, listening, writing and reading basic musical notation. Most importantly, they learn the life skills such as social skills, emotional and language skills, and bonding with parents, which help them to be confident and  passionate learner. 

My child has special needs. Can he learn a musical instrument?

Yes definitely. We would recommend that he start with the Kindermusik program before transitioning to our Classical Piano for Special Needs program. For this specific program, we use "The Wonderful Musician" books using stories, characters, and beautiful graphics, to engage children with special needs to be able to focus and play the instrument in a positive and interactive learning environment.

My Child Becomes More Competent and Confident


"After Fiorenlin started her piano lessons, she becomes more competent in playing the piano, reading notes, and becomes more confident in playing on stage. More importantly, she shows more appreciation in musical arts."
Mrs. Linda, Fiorenlin's Mom

Sensitivity in Music Developed


"My son shows more sensitivity in listening to music, and his ability to play music is improved as well."
Mrs. Elizabeth, James' Mom
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