“Tiziana is great at working with children and the music lesson environment is very enjoyable. My twin girls love going to her classes every week. They always come back excited to tell me about all the instruments they’ve tried and each lesson is full of laughter and giggles. We are very excited about starting piano lessons with Tiziana next year. I would highly recommend Tiziana’ s lessons to all parents who care about their children’s development through music.”   — Lea, Izzy and Nina’s mum (4 years old)

DISCOUNT APPLIED TO THE FEES in case of siblings.

Children meet in a group in which the teacher guides them to discover music in a course made up of play, listening, building relationships and having fun. Great attention is given to the discovery of the way in which they can play together with music; showing respect for the others, respect for the group and all those conditions which permit a pleasing listening experience. The creative ideas of every child are accepted and acknowledged by the teacher who transforms them into other songs, accompaniments, ideas for play and activities involving movement.

First of all, we need to say that learning music is a complex process. The ways in which we are exposed to music form when we are children influences our musical learning. We are affected by the genetic, the environment in which we grow up and the goals that we want to reach during this path.

The theory of music, the solfege and learning musical grammar don’t cover all the aspects of music learning: living music with the whole body, immersed in sounds connected with emotions and feelings, is a fundamental component of the long learning process and give to the child much more elements and knowledge than knowing how to read the notes or play technically an instrument.

The movement, connected to listening and singing, becomes for the child the trampoline from which to launch themselves towards the conquest of intonation and of a sense of rhythm.

Through listening, imitation, understanding differences and movement of the body, the child is guided in a journey of acquisition, independence and competence in these musical foundations.

Within the teaching programme, there are also other suggested elements and useful activities for: learning basic music grammar, development of coordination of the motor functions, development of concentration and attention, showing respect and the ability to listen.

The teacher offers a weekly group lesson, which lasts around 45 minutes.