Would you forbid your child to speak until he learned how to read first?
This may sound like an absurd question, but this is how traditional, reading based piano lessons are taught.
In traditional piano lessons, note reading, posture, & technique are some of the most important components!
Those are all wonderful & necessary things to master eventually...,
But what if your child is 3, 4, 5, or even 6. What if s/he doesn't know how to read, or just started to read?
Should you wait till he's older to take up piano lessons or push ahead with traditional piano lessons?
What if we told you that there is a better way?
Come & experience New Mozart's Harmony Road program which was designed to specifically address the challenges of working with young children.
Our Harmony Road teachers are trained early childhood music specialists who also have years of piano and vocal teaching experience as well.
New Mozart has been spreading the joy of music with Harmony Road since 2005.
Hundreds of families have gone through this powerful program, and many of our most talented private lesson students are graduates of this program.
Here are just some our Harmony Road graduates:
Angelina Wahler - Appeared on Bravo, Nickelodeon & numerous musical theatre productions. (In private lessons w/Teacher Diane)
Vinca Lu - Received 1st place at the US Open Competition (In private lessons w/Dr. Alexander)
Bartholomew Baker - Received Scholarship to the prestigious Interlochen camp (In private lessons w/Teacher Larisa)