We don’t just learn to play music, but also the theory behind it.
WONDERFUL MUSIC STAR
Wonderful Music Star For Early Years Program is designed to help the young children to explore the wonderful world of music through the varieties of musical activities. This course caters for young children of age two to four year old. This course fits the purpose of a sort of guidance for parents, teachers, as well as some practitioners to develop musical activities in group or private class settings. The concept of picture books enhance the young ones to learn music or language through the interesting graphics as well as hear the song.
Piano Chef Junior Course
Piano Chef Junior Course is the pioneer of the piano-cooking program in the early childhood field. This course is recognized by the international exam boards, Trinity College London and National College Music and Arts. We believe that the connection of the food and music could bring a lot of excitement. This new idea had led the young children to explore the most natural and fun life skill (cooking/baking) and also highly involvement in the varieties of piano activities through our program, and thus the program aims for training of “little pianist little chef”.
WMS CHIME BARS ENSEMBLE
To produce a musical performance for students via the UK early years music assessment
To build up own “orchestra” for this very young children (age 2-6) via Chime Bars Ensemble syllabus
The String orchestra is established to enhance the skills of teamwork, and boost the critical listening skills among musicians. Students will learn how to work with others to achieve a common goal, and have fun producing music at the same time. Besides, students will also establish communication skills and make new friends along the way. String orchestra classes are also effective for cultivating a sense of healthy competition among peers, to push each other to learn, and to make the musical learning journey more memorable.
AURAL AND MUSICIANSHIP
Early Elementary (beginner-g2)
The course incorporates ear training to theoretical teaching which brings the young musicians to develop their aural skills through learning different kinds of rhythm and melodic patterns as well as practical hands-on experience to integrate into their pieces learning.
SUZUKI VIOLIN FOR YOUNG CHILDREN (AGE 3-6)
The Suzuki Method was conceived in the mid-20th century by Suzuki, a Japanese violinist. He pioneered the idea that preschool age children could learn to play the violin if the learning steps were small enough and the instrument was scaled down to fit their body. He modeled his method, which he called “Talent Education” (才能教育, sainō kyōiku), after his theories of natural language acquisition. Suzuki believed that every child, if properly taught, was capable of a high level of musical achievement. He also made it clear that the goal of such musical education was to raise generations of children with “noble hearts”.
Piano ensemble classes are the exposure of learning 4 hands, 6 hands or 8 hands pieces for students. There are levels of: Elementary, Intermediate, and Advance levels.
The purpose is to enhance the skills of teamwork, and boost the critical listening skills among musicians. Students will learn how to work with others to achieve a common goal, and have fun producing music at the same time. Piano ensemble classes are also effective for cultivating a sense of healthy competition among peers, to push each other to learn, and to make the musical learning journey more memorable.
LITTLE YOUNG COMPOSERS (once a month course)
A simple and fun graphic approach to expose children to classical music. Children have the opportunity to involve themselves in the composer’s project with their peers to experience different instruments, timbre, and end with a performance at the end of the lesson.