Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Is this a music class or a preschool?

We introduce music to young children in a spontaneous environment, starting with light classes and building into the full curriculum that will get children ready for kindergarten while focusing on music and arts.

What makes your preschool different from others?

Our unique program engages children in music and actually learn to play real instruments. We believe that early introduction to music and arts will result in the invaluable lifetime benefit.

What if my kid doesn’t like music?

We do not force a child to learn music at all so there won’t be a resistant training involved. Since we cover other important aspects of preschool years, your child will have plenty of fun while being in a music-friendly environment.

Why don’t you have full-day classes?

The successful graduates of the Mozart Preschool Program are granted admission into the half-day Mozart School, focusing on Gifted Program in music for Pre-K and Kindergarten (4 to 6).

Will there be a full-day in future?

The Mozart School plans to expand the program to school-age students in the future.

What is the class ratio?

Due to the nature of our program, our class size remains 1:6.

Can I sign up for only once a week?

You can register in any combination.

What don’t you cover?

We are not equipped with outdoor structures, therefore, all of our activities will be involved indoors except field trips.

What is the Little Mozart Class?

We invite children aged 2 to 3 to come and experience our music class with a caregiver.

How is your Little Mozart Class different from other kids-friendly music classes?

We are serious about music while having fun. Our mainstream goal is to introduce music as an everyday thing, not a special one. Younger children will have the chance to watch and absorb making music with real instruments and eventually grow into it. In short, we are looking forward to our next little Mozart.

Who is Mozart? And why Mozart?

Austrian composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (1756-1791) was a musical prodigy, born in a musical family, and has left us with much beautiful music to enjoy. He is one figure that models our preschool. We believe that great support from his family in music has enlightened his talent from a very young age. Our unique program recreates the footsteps of Mozart.

What is the benefit of starting music before the recommended age of five?

The only reason music teachers are reluctant to accept students before the age of five is because of the short attention span of the little children. It is not efficient both for parents and teachers to be spending instructional time in how to follow directions and gain their attention. However, when given an everyday setting to “live the music” on a regular basis, music no longer becomes a task to finish. Besides the scientific evidence outlining how music enhances brain development at an early age, learning to play instruments before five is a huge step that will lead to a smooth transition to a private lesson by the time they graduate.

What kind of art do you do?

We do drawing, sketching, painting, crafts, and learn about colors. We are especially keen on developing creativity on each student, and we do a lot of art projects in fact. We use art as a hub to learn academics and music as well. We value art as a way of self-expression that enhances visual and spatial cognition throughout their developmental period.