To be human is to be musical. In today’s world, more than ever people feel a need to connect with what makes us human. We all deserve to have the expressive outlet of music. Why do so few of us play? Music lessons don’t always turn out happily self-expressed musicians. It’s about time we found a way to reintroduce ourselves to the magic of music.
Simply Music’s playing-based music lessons offer an immediate experience of our natural musicality. In our programs we are directly engaged with music-making from the beginning. Concepts such as reading and theory come after we have developed a natural, personal relationship with playing. See how Simply Music lessons can help you discover your inner musician.
Age 6 to adult
From the very beginning, this innovative system has you playing a huge variety of music including composing, improvising, arranging, playing accompaniment, classical, blues and jazz, understanding and reading music, all through the lens of Simply Music’s unique, ‘playing-based’ approach.
Age 6 to adult
Simply Music’s world-renowned playing-based methodology has now been adapted for the accordion. This unique method has children, teens, adults and seniors playing great sounding blues, classical, contemporary and accompaniment pieces – immediately – from their very first lessons!
Birth to 5-year-olds
Developed by internationally renowned music educator, Lynn Kleiner, this early-childhood music program is based on the Orff Schulwerk philosophy. With curricula designed specifically for infants to five-year-olds, the Simply Music Rhapsody program is an exciting and experiential musical immersion that powerfully yet effortlessly connects to and stimulates children’s innate and profound musicality. It is designed to transition seamlessly into our Simply Music piano program.
Before they are ever told how and what to play, young children have a free and unselfconscious musicality. Imagine your child beginning her life’s musical journey by exploring her own musical stories, discovering beauty without judgment, through guided improvisation.