Multisensory Musicianship course for 4 _ 7 years is inspired by the philosophies and methods of Emile Jaques-Dalcroze Zoltan Kodály, and Géza Szilvay. It is the ideal way to help your children to develop a sensitive inner ear, discover and develop their singing voice, and acquire the musicianship skills necessary to start to read music and learn an instrument.
The MM music class is Fun and creative . Focusing on active listening, understanding and feeling music. Through singing and movement, children become more musical, more expressive, and more aware of musical detail. children are invited into a stimulating environment defined by the symbolic use of colour, picture and props, in which they become active participants through singing and natural movement.
Learn Music through multisensory learning model To employ as many of the child’s senses as possible in the hope that stronger senses will compensate for the weaker ones’Multi-sensory teaching is just what it sounds: Using all the senses to teach and learn .The main sense employed are Visual (seeing), Auditory(hearing) and Kinaesthetic(doing)
There have four stage in the pre instrument programm
stage I unconcious stage Physical (singing moving and drawing) absorbs musical experiences whilst unaware of they are learning .
stage 2 half concious stage Aural awareness of what they are doing /learning
stage 3 Concious stage sight singing (use eye to listen )and sight play (use ear to read)
stage 4 subconcious stage second nature stage .love of performance
In the MM music lesson will shape and deliver the Multisensory approaches of music learning program to your children, that steeped in the music world, Know more and Understand more.
My belief is that the best gift you can give your children is to instil a love of music in the early years and then support your children as they pursue and develop that love through the rest of their life. It would be my honour to share all my knowledge and spirit with you and your child to “Dream possible Dreams.”
Date: 8th Jan 2017
Date: 8th Jan 2017