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Early Learning Piano Classes

Enhance your child’s development through music. Music for Little Mozarts is a piano, music and movement curriculum specifically designed for ages 4, 5 and 6, taught by our school Director.


The course centres on the adventures of Mozart Mouse and Beethoven Bear as they learn all about music. Through storytelling and play, they introduce the students to new musical concepts, show them how to play instruments, and lead them in dances and sing-alongs. Students are introduced to appealing piano performance pieces, and to the families of instruments, popular, folk and rock music, symphony orchestra, opera, piano recitals and fine art.

Group Piano Lessons for Young Kids

The Music Discovery portion of our Music for Little Mozarts lessons allow students to experience music through singing, movement and response to rhythm patterns. Songs with words and motions help students develop large motor coordination skills by moving to the beat of the music. Dances develop concentration and spatial awareness. They also create an instinctive feeling for phrasing and musical form. Connecting the elements of visual art to music at a young age is essential in developing a well-rounded creative individual. 


Students enjoy singing familiar songs with words they already know. Clever alternate words are provided for many of the songs to reinforce musical concepts. “Listen and Sing” pages include melodies for singing (using solfege or letter names) to aid with pitch and interval study.


Short, repeated rhythm phrases help students to internalize patterns by providing a forum for practising these patterns many times while still maintaining musical interest. Short, repeated melody phrases played on the keyboard reinforce the technique necessary to perform patterns such as intervals and five-finger patterns.


Early piano recitals help kids get over the fear of being on stage and gets them to understand that they need to feel prepared to get up in front of an audience. We practice for real performances at an early age using play!

  • Music For
    Little Mozarts
    Level 1
    4 – 6 year olds
  • Music For
    Little Mozarts
    Level 2
    4 – 6 year olds

Instructor: Michelle

Group Size:  3 Students


This is for any student 4-6 years old who is brand new to our school. The full Music for Little Mozarts Curriculum takes about 1 year to complete. After group piano lessons, students can start private lessons in piano, ukulele, guitar, group violin or group singing lessons. 

Instructor: Michelle 

Group Size:  3 Students


This is for any student 4-6 years old who has at least 6 months of previous piano lessons or has taken our Meet the Music Friends day camp. If you're unsure of your level, please contact the school. The full Music for Little Mozarts Curriculum takes about 1 year to complete. After group piano lessons, students can start private lessons in piano, ukulele, guitar, group violin or group singing lessons. 

Music For Little Mozarts Student Materials

All first-timer Music for Little Mozarts students require the Meet the Music Friends workbook to start.  


Students will use a 3-ring binder or folder with lined paper which will soon get stuffed with sheet music, printed lyrics, worksheets, drawing activities and colouring pages.


Beethoven Bear, Mozart Mouse and Music Friends plush toys stimulate the student’s imagination during lessons, a necessary component for teaching young children. They are available soon to purchase to extend the imagination into the homes of our group students!!

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Group Music Lesson Instructor

Our school director Michelle teaches groups, getting to know our younger students and guiding their musical journey with recommendations for their private lessons. Occasionally, guest artist friends get a very special invite to join, perform for, and teach the group. 


Michelle loves working with young children to foster their love and appreciation for the arts. She spent 7 years as artist-in-residence for the conseil scolaire catholique Providence where she taught the arts using hands-on, innovative methods, completing large collaborative visual art and music projects with kids in JK/SK, primary, intermediate and secondary classrooms. Her visual arts degree is from University of Windsor and she has received additional artist-educator training throughout her career from Jumblies Theatre (Toronto), Royal Conservatory of Music, and Multicultural Council of Windsor. Michelle has co-developed and co-delivered a bilingual professional development program for Ontario-based music and visual arts educators through the Ontario Arts Council.

Free Music Lesson Consultation

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