Many people are finding that taking up an instrument or singing later in life improve their lives in many ways, including emotional well-being, brain health, and cognitive skills. Click here to review the article published in April 2017.
Click here for 30 second video clip. Congrats to Jeremiah, one of Alex's drum students, who recorded a college audition video at our school and was accepted at four schools. He selected SDSU's College of Music and Dance. He expresses his heartfelt gratitude to Neil, Kenneth and Alex who performed with him. Click here for full version [...]
This article explores how music can make a real positive impact on brain development. Albert Einstein began playing the violin when he was 6-years-old. The music training may have given him the ability to simultaenously use the right brain creative side and the left brain analytical side. Please click here to review the article by [...]
We participated at the What's Up for Kid's Expo at the Torrance Cultural Arts Center last week. We had crafts for the little ones, and a few of our students provided entertainment at the outdoor stage - please click here to see our exhibit and listen to a few piano, violin, and guzheng songs!
Please join us for another Early Childhood Camp starting next Saturday Feb 11 from 9:00am-10:00am. Our English program uses the Orff-based method to teach children music that engages mind and body through a mixture of singing, dancing, acting and Orff percussion and xylophone instruments. Lessons have an element of "play" helping the children learn at their [...]