Our Program

Engaging AND Effective

The most effective and transferable tools, taught through games and play

Singing, dancing, and beating on things – your child is already a musician!

Learning with these tools is the path of least resistance – your child will be engaged, empowered from day one, and be able to take music anywhere

Our Building Blocks

A Language of Melody to accelerate learning

“When we read, we begin with A B C, and when we sing, we begin with do, re, mi” (remember the Sound of Music?)

Do, re, mi, or solfege, communicates the relationship between pitches (aka. intervals), and rhythm syllables like Du, du de, du de di communicate rhythm.

Intervals and rhythm: the building blocks of melody and harmony.

Using these tools will help your child develop instincts for intervals and rhythm, which will help them grasp melodies faster and on any instrument.

If solfege is conversation, notation and transcription is reading and writing.

Teaching note names and literacy skills, alongside solfege, will allow your child to communicate with the broader world of music.

With note reading, your child will be able to pick up a new musical instrument quicker and easier.

Note Reading to communicate with the rest of the world

Embodying Music: Singing & Movement

It’s difficult to keep a child quiet and sitting still – we think that’s a good thing!

Any other instrument requires us to learn how to translate musical thoughts into physical movements, a process which takes lots of time and patience.

Singing, and beating on things, is the most intuitive way to translate a melody we hear in our head into sound.

And moving along to the music helps us internalize different beats and rhythms. It’s also just plain fun!

We keep lessons fresh and exciting by approaching the fundamentals from new angles each time!

A Roadmap to Music Mastery

Start Somewhere

Learn songs and rhythms on “la la la,” or another neutral syllable, through repetition

Introduce the Tools

Introduce solfege (do-re-mi) and rhythm syllables (du, du de, du da di), languages of melody, on basic patterns

Build Fluency

Apply solfege and rhythm syllables to familiar songs to build fluency

Develop Instinct

Apply solfege and rhythm syllables to unfamiliar songs to develop instincts


Create new music, using this language as a guide

Our Weekly Classes

Foundations (30 mins)

Introducing musical concepts through games and movement through group lesson with 20 new friends!

Wednesdays, 4-4:30pm Pacific

Supplement (30 mins)

Small group lessons (up to 4 per class) to build comfort, fluency, and ease with the material.

Thursdays, 4-4:30pm Pacific (coming soon)

Keeping YOU (the Parents) in the loop

What we do in the classroom is just the beginning. Your child will be constantly digesting and reinforcing their learnings.

That’s why it is important that you are empowered to nurture your child’s inner musician at home.

You will be supported with:


A library of curated songs to play or sing with your kids


Webinars and Q&A on topics that you suggest


Direct access to our coaches

Want to develop your child’s passion for music?

Claim your free, no-strings-attached consultation with our music education expert.

Clara has a music education degree from Berklee College of Music and has taught in Texas and Massachusetts schools for 8 years.

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