top of page


Relaxed, engaging, and highly educational 30-minute weekly classes for young children aged 2-4 years.

Having attended many classes of all types over the span of 3 children, I can honestly say that this programme is exceptional in terms of content and delivered with true care and passion. It is constructive and builds musical enjoyment and awareness in a way that is pure fun and the consistency of the classes builds confidence in the children. I cannot praise this music school enough to be honest but the greatest measure is that my child can’t wait to get there and then doesn’t want to leave.

Google Review. See more

About the program

Early Starters Music and Movement is an exclusive program that accepts only 6 children in each class. This maximises learning outcomes for each individual student allowing each student to receive more attention from the instructor and a more personalised curriculum for each group. 

In this program, your child will:

  • have lots of fun;

  • make lots of noise;

  • sing, shout, whisper, and count;

  • play with percussion instruments;

  • play the piano;

  • clap, stomp, tiptoe, run, spin and more.

From this experience, your child will:

  • share, take turns, and learn from their peers;

  • develop fine-motor skills;

  • develop verbal and social skills;

  • develop a sophisticated musical vocabulary;

  • develop a basic awareness of the layout and function of the piano;

  • learn to respond with movement to musical structure, texture, pitch, beat and rhythm.

What sets our program apart?

Advantage Music Academy:

  • has its own dedicated,  professional teaching premises;

  • allows a maximum of 6 children per class to maximise outcomes and ensure each child receives direct attention from their teacher;

  • uses "real" and diverse music;

  • writes its own flexible, ever-improving, ever-evolving curriculums that adjust to each group to maximise outcomes;

  • uses curricula built on the latest education research and practice;

  • uses a flexible approach that responds to children's spontaneous ideas and reactions;

  • transitions children to complete independence from parental involvement;

  • incorporates basic piano skills and prepares children for future instrumental lessons.


Our competitors:

  • hire different venues such as civic centres and churches;

  • have large class numbers (up to 12 children);

  • use nursey rhymes and songs children can learn from anywhere;

  • have narrow franchise curricula;

  • follow the curriculum script leaving no room for flexibility, improvisation, and exploration;

  • have curricula not supported by education research;

  • depend on parental involvement;

  • use basic percussion instruments only.

Anchor 1


bottom of page