Harmony Road Music Program

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Bringing Children to Music Step by Step

“Whether dancing and moving around to the beats or singing along with the rhythmic harmonies, children love listening to and participating in music. Music plays an important role in their overall development, helping them gain linguistic, social, creative and mental skills.

The Learning Curve, in association with Harmony Road Music School, proudly brings you an exciting and comprehensive musical program developed by renowned US-based composer, Ms Jan Keyser. Founded in 1981, the program offers a range of age-specific courses, conducted by certified teachers, for children along with their parents.
Harmony Road Music offers an exciting, comprehensive Children’s music lesson, keyboard and piano curriculum, designed to help children discover the world of music through motivating materials and activities which develop the whole child. To know more, visit our centers.

Toddler Tunes Course

Toddlers learn by exploring experiencing and becoming physically involved with music activities.

Age Group: 18 months to 3 years

Sessions: Four 12-week sessions with 45 minutes twice a week /1 hour once a week
Toddler tune 1, 2,3 and 4

Concepts covered: Rhythms, finger-play, active movement, keyboard exploration and singing.

The Music in Me Course

Children learn musical concepts such as high-low, fast-slow, play-rest, step up – step down by experiencing them

Age Group: 3 to 4 years

Sessions: Four 12 weeks sessions with 45 minutes twice a week/ 1 hour once a week

Concepts covered: Ear training, solfège singing, movement, keyboard activities, pitch and rhythm awareness

The Harmony Road Course

Develop a holistic understanding of musical concepts with a focus on keyboard playing, solfege singing as well as audiation.

Age Group: 4 to 8 years

Sessions: Eight 12 weeks sessions with 60minutes per week

Concepts covered: Ear training, Solfège singing, keyboard solo and ensemble playing, rhythm activities, inner hearing, transposing and COMPOSING building creativity