Frequently Asked Questions
Is your curriculum standards based, off each grade level?
Yes! Our entire music program --- curriculum, teacher training, instruction, and culminating experiences --- is standards-based and designed to enhance a child's music learning experience while meeting Maestro instructional standards that coincide with state arts standards. Specifically, we base our curriculum on California performing arts music-specific content standards for public schools: https://www.cde.ca.gov/be/st/ss/documents/vpastandards.pdf
How long do your classes run?
We cater to many different programs. Our classes can be anywhere from 5 weeks to 1 academic year for TK-5th grade.
How do you ensure that a standards based curriculum is followed and understood by the music teacher?
How are the California State Standards for Music Education applied when teaching?
Our curriculum, in combination with California Visual and Performing Arts standards, lists sequence learning for respective grade levels. We use a sound before sight approach to music literacy as well as Solfege and incorporate a plethora of music education philosophies such as: Dalcroze, Kodaly, and Off music methods.
How do schools typically fund your music program?
We work closely with Parent Teacher Organizations in order to meet funding requirements. We provide fundraising support and concepts to increase your funding.
How much does your program cost?
We guarantee the lowest price for the highest quality music programming. The actual cost of the program depends largely on the number of classes you request per week. Vist our contact page and submit your information for a free quote.
Can you do a presentation about your program?
Yes! Visit our contact page and tell us when you would like us to visit your school. Presentations last approximately 30 minutes.