“My three children have participated in the MYC program and each one has enjoyed something different about it. I have enjoyed the individual time it allows me to spend with each child. The program has improved their school preparedness, improved their concentration and given them improved confidence in their own abilities. I will look back on their music classes as a gift to my children and myself.”
– Dr. M.K. Fullteron

“When speaking with other parents about my experience with classical piano training as a child, I am constantly surprised at how little I truly understood about it when I compare it to the approach you take with the children. Thank you for your countless hours of creativity and patience. We love your program.”
– Susan Mayo

“The group setting creates an atmosphere that enables each child to form friendships and have fun while learning, yet there is still a focus on each individual child.”
– Darlene Henry

“I like the variety in the program, the methods used to make learning fun, the group lesson concept and all the little extras our teacher added to encourage the children. Parent involvement is another plus.”
– Sandy Canning

“I think this is a good program. It helps with counting or math – counting beats, organizing measures. It is the variety my daughter enjoys so much. I believe it is important for a beginner to enjoy their first experience with music and not just concentrate on practicing the keyboard.”
– Amal Nizam

“I like the fact that children learn by associating animals with rhythms and notes. When I was a child and learned the piano, I did not have the opportunity to learn in such a fun way.”
– Cheryl Factin

“I have a 7-year-old son who is beginning his second year in the Music for Young Children program and his progress is phenomenal. What I like most about the program is that it is NOT just keyboard training. He has improved in math by working on rhythms. His ear is far more developed than mine or his older brother who has studied the piano privately for 4 years.

He is an associative learner and the stories for the notes and keyboard really let him learn quickly – not to mention being able to actually visualize the notes and their position on the keyboard. He is also developing an appreciation for the great composers by listening to them in class and clapping the rhythm each week at home. He is beginning to see how much more there is to music than just sounding pretty. He loves puzzles and math and the program is opening the door for him to see that music is full of math! And best yet, he is having fun. He doesn’t even think of piano lessons or practice as work, but almost a game.”
– Tara Turner