How we teach
Since 2006, MusiqHub’s small group learning approach has successfully taught over 25,000 primary and intermediate school students how to play a musical instrument. Music lessons are held at school to provide convenience for parents and children — either during school time or out of school hours.
Learning to play instruments or sing in a group fosters teamwork, communication, and the ability to listen and respond to others. These skills are transferable to various aspects of life and education, promoting well-rounded development. Group music lessons also provide a platform for shy or introverted students to build confidence and express themselves creatively.
Small group lessons
The MusiqHub curriculum provides a framework to guide music development while allowing our tutors the flexibility to introduce music that motivates their student musicians to practise and develop their craft. The teachers tailor their teaching methods to suit the individual learning styles and abilities of each student, ensuring that everyone progresses at a comfortable pace. This personalised approach not only supports musical skill development but also boosts students' self-esteem and confidence.
Children are encouraged through fun learning experiences; individually, in groups, bands and through performances. Each child develops their individual musical skills through structured but adaptable lesson programs, that are available across a wide range of instruments.