Carl Orff was a German composer and a music educationalist that developed The Orff Approach in the 20th century. Its core principle is ‘Learning music through experience‘. Children acquire musical concepts in a creative manner by playing percussion instruments, learning rhymes, chanting, singing, movement, dancing, ensemble playing and improvisation.
Every child is special and unique, our music programme taps into the different learning styles and speed of each and every child to bring them on a discovery of music and themselves. We believe that children should have a care-free childhood and learning styles that do not strike fear or put pressure on them.
Some benefits of the Orff Music Programme are:
Children learn to play instruments and learn to interact and coordinate with others in musical ensembles. They are encouraged to express themselves by moving to the music.
This lesson creates a holistic learning environment that inspires children to express themselves creatively through music.
Children find out about different musical instruments by themselves, allowing teachers and parents to understand their taste in music and identify the most suitable instrument for them to develop their musicality.