Acquire performance techniques that value childrenfs sensibility and adaptability, skills that meet the global standard

We aim for the kind of performance where the player, as well as the audience, will be able to enjoy altogether. Learn to readily perform anytime, anywhere at parties and recitals. We grow childrenfs adaptability so that they will be able to perform at various kinds of environment and occasions. Their quality of performance will not be limited by things such as the height of the chair or whether there is a footrest or not. We nourish pianists who can think on their own, express, and convey their gjoy of musich to the audience through their lively performance.

Teaching methods acquired from overseas where the ability to gquickly reacth is required

Music is all about the gflowh. We aim for the kind of performance where the player grasps the whole atmosphere of the piece and expresses it, instead of a g100% accurate, but boringh performance resulting from becoming too hung up on the details. In order to learn ghowh to express a particular piece (this includes learning the climax and the rhythmic feel of the piece, etc.), we listen to the piece by utilizing CD and Clavinova recordings as well as computers, or playing along with the orchestra like a concerto in order to excitingly grasp the atmosphere of the piece. We also have the players listen to their own recording and thus construct the piece.

Obtaining stills required to ensemble with other instruments or accompany a singer

Children overseas learn more than just classical pieces like Bach and Beethoven. Their learning consists of various genres of music including jazz and popular music. We teach performance skills through methods that include chords and transposed performances, which can be applied in accompanying a singer, doing an ensemble with other instruments, or accompanying their own singing.