May 30th, 2007
Remove the Confusion
At the Malverne School of Music we realize that learning music can be confusing - and confusion is definitely not fun! Understanding where the confusion comes from is the beginning of the solution.
- Comprehensive Learning
Our program is designed to balance the different types of learning that are required to become fluent in musical expression.
- Sequential Curriculum
We've packaged this program into a curriculum so you can know where you're headed and the steps that will take you to your destination.
- Accountability Reports
Through our unique practice chart and Web reporting system we can help to assure that your individual practice time at home is a positive reinforcement of what you've learned in your lesson.
Value the Individual
We all come to the experience of learning music from unique perspectives. Your uniqueness provides both advantages and challenges. Uniqueness is not a guarantee of success; only a starting point from which a caring teacher can begin to understand who you are and how to help you accomplish your goals. We're committed to serve you by utilizing the variety of perspectives of our staff of teachers through a team-teaching process. We also use a series of analytic tools to understand your own individual learning style and adjust our program to enable you to do your best in the most efficient way possible.
Build the Community
Possessing a program that removes the confusion and customizing that program to the uniqueness of each individual will enable you to be well on your way to a successful experience of learning music. But we believe we can do even more than that by bringing each student into a synergistic musical community. For some students this will involve classes in which your musical performance is enhanced though explanation of reinforcing concepts. For others it may be the enjoyment of hearing your performance blended together with that of other students in one of our ensembles. For many, this interaction is the key that encourages them to persevere in their musical studies.