We Enjoy Making Music and now we're inviting all young budding musicians to come and enjoy it too. We are proud to present Stave House a course especially created to give 3-5+ year olds a head start with their Music Lessons.
Stave House has been created by Music Education experts working in association with London College of Music to give your child the best start in music. In our Stave House small group classes your child will learn to read music and begin to play Piano at an early age. There is the chance to learn other instruments too such as Recorder and Ukulele.
There are take home materials included in the package. So, the learning and the fun carries right on in your own home in between the lessons. Watch your child progress with the Stave House music classes from early learner to music reader, to music maker and to top exam scorer in record time.
So much more than just music time for pre-schoolers, this programme will help build your child's social skills and confidence, besides laying all the right foundations for a good music education. When the time's right, your child can transfer easily to our individual instrumental lessons.
Our specialist early years educator is Charlotte who will introduce your child to Piano through the Stave House method. Or join one of our other Stave House classes and progress to violin or ukulele, all suitable instruments for young beginners.
With our specially trained staff you can be sure your child will be in good hands, receiving top class service all the way through their development from toddlers to top musicians.
Contact us today to discuss Stave House in more detail.
Professor John Howard of London College of Music University of West London has written this introduction to the new Stave House teaching manual
"In my many years of working in music education, I have had experience of all the best known systems for music learning with very young children. I can truthfully, and enthusiastically, say that Stave House is the most impressive of all.
Here are some of the reasons: children love the content and the wonderful materials; it is a comprehensive and integrate learning system, which starts at the beginning, and extends upwards in a seamless manner; it teaches notation, sight reading and playing, encourages creativity, and unites performance with musical literacy.
Overall, it enables children to have access to the language of music, something they will use throughout their lives."