YAMAHA MUSIC SCHOOL
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.