Southern Gazette (South Perth) - - COURSES AND CLASSES -

DE­VEL­OPED in Ja­pan in 1954, the Yamaha Mu­sic Education method for chil­dren aims to cre­ate a “com­plete mu­si­cian”.

Us­ing the method, Yamaha Mu­sic School helps stu­dents to ac­quire and en­hance their mu­si­cal sen­si­tiv­ity and imag­i­na­tion through cre­ativ­ity, com­po­si­tion and im­pro­vi­sa­tion within the classes.

“Re­search has shown that learn­ing mu­sic from an early age strength­ens a child’s ed­u­ca­tional, phys­i­cal and emo­tional de­vel­op­ment,” busi­ness man­ager Carolyn Si­monds said.

“Through our ex­ten­sive re­search and de­vel­op­ment of the Yamaha method, we have es­tab­lished a course struc­ture sup­port­ive of chil­dren’s learn­ing and de­vel­op­ment stages.”

Yamaha Mu­sic Schools have more than 600,000 stu­dents world­wide, 15,000 lo­ca­tions and 2000 teach­ers.

Start­ing Fe­bru­ary 6, classes will be avail­able on Satur­day morn­ings at Col­lier Pri­mary School in Como and For­est Cres­cent Pri­mary School in Thorn­lie.

For more in­for­ma­tion, visit www.yama­hamu­sic­school.com.au.

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