Q. Aren’t children too young to know what they want to do for a living?
A. While a lot of children (and even teens and adults) need more time to explore different areas to discover where their true passions are, there are many children who know at very early ages what they feel they were born to do. For instance, our director Dana Rice knew at 2 years old that she wanted to be a singer. Her daughter knew that she wanted to be a dancer at 4 years old and her son knew that he wanted to be a performer at 7 years old. Our goal is to capture these children at early ages so as to maximize their potential development.
Q. I have a 2-3 year old who is very advanced. Will you teach him piano lessons?
A. These are great ages to begin “off the bench” music fundamentals and be introduced to keyboard topography. At this age actual piano playing is most likely premature due to underdeveloped fine motor skills. This is why we offer pre-piano lessons for this age which allows for establishing a strong foundation in rhythm, simple melody making and singing. These are all important for piano readiness.