7th July 2019
Best Music Academy in the South China Morning Post recently discussing how music therapy boosts well-being in children
Cameron tentatively enters the music room, his hand gripping that of his helper. He doesn’t speak or make eye contact – like most three-year-olds, he’s shy around new people. But it doesn’t last long.
About 20 minutes into the session he is happily dancing and making music, even sharing instruments with two-year-old Astrid, a newcomer to the group.
Music teacher Charliah Best, who runs the Best Music Academy in Hong Kong, is not surprised by his transformation.
“Music encourages children to interact with each other,” she says. “Instead of constantly interacting with adults, it allows children to naturally interact and discover new things in a comfortable environment – that’s what this programme is for.”
Read the full article by Kylie Knott, SCMP
23rd March 2019
Best Music Academy makes top 5 Best Music Schools in hong kong
If you’ve got a little Lang Lang or mini Vanessa Mae in the house, Best Music Academy could be just the place to lead them into a lifetime of harmonious opportunities. Early childhood programmes here begin from infanthood, introducing little ones to a variety of songs and instruments to grow their love of music.
Private violin, viola and piano classes start from the age of four, with students learning how to read music and compose their own songs; parents themselves can join lessons to practice with their child, creating a bonding learning environment. Best Music Academy also arranges frequent public performances—with a particular focus on community service—for students to showcase their skills.
See the full list by Tatler Hong Kong