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Music For Everyone

An introduction to the Musicolor Method®

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Over the last decade, we've used a proven, innovative yet simple way to introduce music to children.


We help Parents, Teachers and School Owners:


Parents

We can help you engage your kids in music using a fun, simple curriculum that teaches transferrable life skills through music. Children learn all the basic elements of music, only in a different order than traditional methods. By starting kids younger, we often keep them engaged longer giving them more time to soak up the benefits of music education on all areas of their lives.


"After the first lesson my kid (at the time 4 years old) was playing the keyboard with 10 fingers. Throughout the year he kept learning new materials and within a year surpassed my limited skills on the keyboard. And it's all because Andrew has a method that works for kids. Since I've also seen other students accomplish a lot in a short time I know my kid is not an exception. " - Igor M., parent of a Musicolor student.



Teachers

We can help you make a bigger impact, reach more students and increase your income by starting students younger and keeping them longer. Our easy to follow teaching framework will give you confidence and ease in lesson planning with songs and materials students love.


"In my nearly 40 years of teaching music, I can confidently say, the Musicolor Method® is the best program on the market today." - Trish Boril, professional piano and harp teacher, USA




School Owners

We can help you grow your business, fill your roster and retain your best teachers through comprehensive professional development and a curriculum that enables your staff to teach younger students in a fun and simple way.


"The Musicolor Method makes it easy to teach music to pre-literate kids, opening up an entire market previously unreachable. My student-base doubled. My confidence as a teacher grew. I can use this forever too." - Brett Crudgington, owner, Brownstone Music Lessons, Brooklyn, NY

Learning To Make Music Is Learning To Compose A Life

Study after study has proven the positive link between music and brain development.

We believe that music education offers way to teach the life skills necessary to creating a generation of thought leaders, contributors and inventors to uplift the world.

What Others Have Said About the Musicolor Method...

This way of teaching is so much fun, my son wants to play all day long. Great job, I wish I would learn that way when I was a kid, instead of suffering my violin lessons:)))
- Parent of a student

"I have been a music teacher for a number of years, and have used a variety of approaches for teaching piano to both younger students and adults, but when I came across Andrew Ingkavet's Musicolor Method, I realized that learning the piano doesn't have to be so complicated. His approach is built on scaffolding, I.e., teaching the language of music step by step with fun activities and relatable music. I highly recommend his online course to anyone who might be interested in adding a new, creative approach to piano, guitar, or any other instrument."

- Carol Koczo, Private Piano Teacher, USA

"I’ve been a piano teacher for over 20 years and have taught preschool on and off. I ran into this wonderful Musicolor Method. I liked it because the kids could go practice on their own. Kids love to figure things out and it was so easy for them they could go practice without a whole lot of parent help...t has worked out so wonderfully. I really recommend this program."

- Susan Petters, Private Piano Teacher, USA

Frequently Asked Questions


When does the course start and finish?
It is a completely self-paced online course - you decide when you start and when you finish.
How long do I have access to the course?
How does lifetime access sound? After enrolling, you have unlimited access to this course for as long as you like - across any and all devices you own.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.
Will using colors interfere with my child/student learning to read music?
There is a lot of misunderstanding of our use of colors. The use of color is a temporary tool - an educational scaffolding to move the student quickly in ability. Our order of presentation is different and we feel more organic and natural according to learning theory. We have had hundreds of students successfully move through these levels to read music without color. It's a gradual process but extremely effective. Some teachers have tried to move too quickly and that's where the problems arise. It's akin to forcing a toddler to walk without any use of a walking toy within a day!

Your Instructor


Andrew Ingkavet
Andrew Ingkavet

Andrew Ingkavet helps parents and educators teach life skills through music. With over 30 years experience as educator, designer, composer and entrepreneur, he was a founding VJ for MTV-Asia and is an award-winning composer for theater & film. Andrew has a BA of Music from NYU and completed post-grad studies at Mannes College of Music, ASCAP/NYU Film Scoring Workshop and The Juilliard School before founding Park Slope Music Lessons, a thriving music school in Brooklyn, NY.


What's Inside

You can find out more about our teaching philosophy, the curriculum and our materials in this short introductory course. You will also learn about further programs we offer.


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