Miss Tania has been playing the piano for over 40 years now and teaching piano for 28 of those. Her transition into motherhood and her transition from private piano teaching into early childhood music happened with the premature birth of her first born, Yasmin at 28 weeks. Being born so early, Yasmin had quite a journey ahead of her. As a full time piano teacher up until her birth, Yasmin had been hearing music in utero for her entire journey earthside. Feeling her inutero responses to her piano students and their music, Miss Tania knew she could hear and feel the music already. Knowing already how important music was for optimal brain development, Yasmin’s premature birth became the catalyst to explore this side of music teaching more seriously and well really….the rest is history.
"Speaking as a scientist, some of the best things you can do for your brainis to make music and be physically active, and these would benefit every child."
Kraus. N. et al (2018) 'Promoting Sound Health' The Hearing Journal
I just feel that for a child’s first ‘classroom’ experience to be associated with such warmth and acceptance is absolutely priceless.
Emma; Busy Bees Mumma of two Busy Bees kiddos
You are the best teacher! (in the world!). I love the musical stuff you give us. And I love learning about music!
- Master N; Level 2 Kindermusik Kiddo
Thank you for your wonderful classes. I see how much my son loves them. It's his favourite class. Thank you also for sharing your wonderful parental wisdom.
Dorin; Busy Bees Mumma: Level 3 Kindermusik Kiddo
Just wanted to say thank you for being so supportive and encouraging on my journey to learn how to play piano. Thank you for putting up with my last minute cancelations and always trying to fit me into your busy schedule. I don't think I would be here today if it wasn't for your constant support.
Hang; Busy Bees Mumma and Piano Student
We want to thank you for the last 5 years of Busy Bees Music! You have made our time at music class the highlight of our week. The girls have gained so much from attending your class and I enjoyed the time bonding with my girls.
- Claudia, Busy Bees Mumma of two Busy Bees kiddos
Music learning improves how we first hear and understand speech language, and then how we connect the sound with each letter and word combination. Music learning is learning language.
White, E. J. et al (2018). 'Learning, neural plasticity and sensitive periods: implications for language acquisition, music training and transfer across the lifespan.'
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