Any reviews on our music studio at Tanglin Mall?

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Would like to find out more on our music studio. Thinking of sending my kid since she loves music so much! :)

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Would like to find out more on our music studio. Thinking of sending my kid since she loves music so much! :)

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Posted on 15/10/2015

Hi Snowylove

u may want to check out your kids’ MI (Multiple intelligences) via a quiz on this website. Good to know how to further develop  their talents!

https://www.actualyse.com/Visitor/MI/visitor_mi_quiz.aspx?c=SG&alang=en

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    • October 16, 2015 4:33 pm
    ok! Sure!
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Posted on 12/10/2015

Thanks Shantel & Jia-Li-Li for the info!

Coincidentally, a friend of mine sent her daughter to this music class too. And her feedback was good.

We then signed up a 6 lessons for her to try out (minimum is 6 lessons), and she just attended her first class last weekend. I am not the one who accompany her (as I’ve to look after my #2), so her daddy said that she enjoyed the class! And she even tried singing a sentence after the lesson. :)

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Posted on 08/10/2015

Found this blogger’s review. (a bit old .. posted in 2012)

What I like about it:

Having attended Kindermusik previously with both my kids, I liked the familiar format. The same-ness also made it easy for Naomi to adapt. I also liked that they had retained the access to instruments, which is very popular with the kids.

As promised, there is no longer any music package to buy. It used to be a requirement for every Kindermusik module that enrolled students had to purchase the music package, which included a CD of songs for the module, a book, a chart and a musical instrument. I always felt it was quite a rip-off. I didn’t mind getting the CD and might have done it on my own accord to play to the kids, but the books and charts were really not great and of no use to me. For this new class, we were told that the teachers had recorded a disc of songs to be used for the class which we could choose to purchase if we wished to, with no obligations.

What I didn’t like so much about it:

I felt that the lesson was a bit more disjointed than usual. Also there was more of a reliance on the teacher’s singing than on music being played on the player, possibly due to musical recordings being unavailable? I’m not sure. Because it was a trial class, there was also a lot more explaining being done by the teacher which made things a bit more draggy. I also felt that the music selection for this module wasn’t that engaging.

http://www.lifeisinthesmallthings.com/our-music-studio-trial/

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Posted on 29/09/2015

Hi Snowylove! Signed up 6 lessons during the baby fair. My girl (2yrs+) started her 1st class 2 weeks ago. So far the teacher is friendly and I feel she enjoys the class (thou she kinda shy on her first day of class). So far so good. No complains. :)

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