Our belief is that music knows no national boundaries. Children all around the world learn from the Yamaha method, contributing to the development of a new musical generation. Comprehensive: Our curriculum cultivates musical ability, creativity and a positive attitude toward music learning. Students learn to listen, play, read, understand, and appreciate every kind of music.
|City||Vero Beach, FL|
|Address||2230 Us Hwy 1|
|Phone Number||(772) 567-8474|
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Quality music instruction introducing a love for music from ages 4 and up on piano. Rated as one of Vero's top after-school enrichment programs, the Yamaha Music Foundation's 50 year old ensemble curriculum is renowned with over 6 million students worldwide. Our accredited school is one of 40 in the US and Florida's 1st. Introducing your children to music our way where ever it may take them through life, will be a gift of a lifetime. People around the world enjoy their lessons at Yamaha Music School!
Materials, registration and full tuition fee due upon new student pre-registration or fourteen business days before the end of continuing students' previous semester. At the conclusion of Fall Semester, tuition is due for the Winter/Spring Semester to secure your student's seat in class. At the conclusion of the Winter/Spring Semester, tuition is due for the Fall Semester. Non-atttendance is NOT considered a withdrawal. Fees and materials are non-refundable. Refunds will be given in cases of insufficient enrollment that results in the cancellation of a class.
In order for children to enjoy music and to absorb and understand the given material easily, we believe it is best to give them appropriate guidance in accordance with degree of their physical and mental developement. Based upon this concept of timely education, the Yamaha method introduces music fundamentals to children at the time when their hearing capabilities are rapidly developing. Group lessons have many advantages that enable children to enjoy rich musical experiences such as making friends through music, developing cooperativeness and deepening understanding of music through participation in ensembles.