Kids have a blast
Teachers do too.
Parents are pleased
We ❤ what we do.
An inclusive educational enrichment program
inspiring cognitive connections
through music, cultural immersion, and bilingual learning.
We are all born with a creative spirit and a free musical soul which can guide our sensitivity and understanding as we move through life. Music is a language of possibilities, freedom and creativity. Musicality is to feel the music, enjoy the music and connect with yourself and others
Experiential cultural learning through dance, songs, finger-plays, games and stories.
Exploration of real instruments such as the acoustic guitar, cajon peruano and indigenous instruments.
Support materials, Musical Conexion Song Book and CD for school, parents and teachers.
Pedagogical dynamics cultivating creativity, expression, confidence and empathy.
1. Everyone is born with unique musical creativity!
2. A rich musical environment in early childhood benefits cognitive development!
3. Early stages of childhood are critical timing for learning a foreign language!
4. Music and movement can cultivate confidence, creativity, and self-expression!
Holistic childhood education cultivates cognitive and psycho-motor development through joyful play. These are the types of connections that children in today’s age need and that we seek to create. With music as our magic wand, ‘errors’ and dissonant notes don’t stop us! This is because Musical Conexion presents music as the language of possibilities and musicality as inclusive of everyone. Music is said to be the universal language because musicality, in its broadest sense, is an expression of our unique individualities, and further exploration of the harmony that we can create together!
Through experiential learning, children explore the elements of music, such as rhythm, dynamics, melody, harmony and tone.
and emotional intelligence are part of a comprehensive education of empathy; perceiving your feelings and those of others, and expressing or reacting to them.
Language & Culture
through stories, songs, finger plays, exercises, and games are part of fun-filled learning of Spanish vocabulary, including days of the week, numbers, and animals.
development and physical coordination are cultivated from an early age through meaningful and rhythmic
motion and movement.