Parents look for activities that support their children academically, socially and emotionally. Our student-centered curriculum makes learning an instrument fun with most students staying with us for years practicing essential skills for success in school, work and life.

Welcome Brooklyn Parents

Andrew Ingkavet Teacher and Owner Park Slope Music LessonsHi! My name is Andrew Ingkavet, and I’m owner / music teacher at Park Slope Music Lessons here in Brooklyn. I’m also a fellow parent.
As parents, we look for activities that support our children academically, socially and emotionally.

Music Lessons as Personal Development

I believe that learning a musical instrument is one of the best ways to help our children grow into competent, confident and sensitive human beings. It provides many skills like practice, focus, perseverance and public performance which we need to succeed in life.

However, this requires the right teacher.

Having the right teacher has the potential to transform music lessons into powerful life lessons. As the world rapidly changes, we need ways to guide our children in learning the skills beyond mere facts and figures.

Last April, my daughter 6 yo started taking for her first time piano lessons and by June she was able to participate in a performance singing and playing two songs with two hands. I don’t have too much musical skills but i know when a method is effective so I was very happy to witness this. – Natalia T.

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Curriculum

 

 

Over the last ten years, I’ve taught hundreds of children using my Musicolor Method® to kids as young as 3 and 4 years old.  This has been incredibly successful and today,  we have 5 teachers locally, as well as an online training for teachers worldwide.

What makes our approach unique is that it is so fun and easy it can be used by preliterate and special needs students.  Starting with piano, we use color as educational scaffolding.  By placing color on fingers, keys and notation, it’s simple for any child to practice.  They can figure it out themselves.

My son studied piano and voice for several years, and loved it. He learned a lot from an excellent teacher, and still uses his skills today. – Laura C.

Register Your Child Now

If you live in the Park Slope area and are ready to register, please fill out this application.  We’ll setup a phone interview to learn more about your child and place them with the right teacher.

Frannie is awesome! Also PSML was able to adapt to my child’s needs by finding a teacher that worked for us. – Anonymous parent

Learn More

If you want to learn more, please download our free report: Questions To Ask Your Child’s First Music Teacher.

Childhood Is Fleeting

Childhood goes fast and you don’t want to miss the opportunity to give them success skills for life.  Music can be that for them and so much more.  It pains me to hear people say, “I wish I had the chance when I was younger, but now it’s too late.”

Register today.

Strumstick student Felix

1. The instruction is really good – our teacher communicates really well with our children, and she is really thoughtful, often bringing their favorite songs to learn 2. The teaching method has been really motivating – they were very quickly playing songs that sounded great, whereas friends who are learning with other schools have complained about playing scales over and over, with their children getting bored – Anonymous
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