Students perform in two formal recitals a year. Recitals are wonderful opportunities for students to master their pieces and perform for an audience. Students also perform regularly for one another throughout the year during group lessons. These informal recitals give students a chance to practice performing in a more intimate environment.
All students will be taught with the larger goal of developing sensitivity, memory, discipline, musicality and joy. This approach views the child as greatly influenced by his or her environment and thus parents and teachers can enrich the child’s development in many ways. The parent immerses the child in music by playing a lot of music for the child and taking him or her to live musical performances. Bathe the child in music and the child will soak it in. The parent also attends the weekly lessons and helps with practicing at home. The teacher guides both parent and child through this process through the mother tongue approach. For more information, please read this.