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Why you can simplify your first lessons by adding this method to your repertoire

WHAT IS THE MUSICOLOR METHOD?

We teach the basics of music in a way that’s fun, fast and easy. It enables any beginner to succeed. So many traditional methods exclude all but prodigies. Our use of color as educational scaffolding makes learning music intuitive and direct. It works for all ages but especially for young children between the ages of 4 and 10. Starting every student on piano enables accelerated learning of music theory principles and transfers easily to all other instruments. Teachers can now reach younger students than ever before and keep students engaged longer. Plus, every child can now benefit from the life skills inherent in music education.

BRIEF HISTORY

Andrew Ingkavet is an educator, author, coach and entrepreneur. After graduating with a Bachelors of Music from NYU, he worked in all aspects of the music and media business and even a VJ for MTV-ASIA. After his son Alejandro began asking for music lessons at 3 years old, Andrew discovered there were no teachers willing to accept him. Andrew’s life took a huge turn as he began devoting all of his energy to creating an age-appropriate curriculum available for young beginners. With a wide angle of real life experience from composing to information design to journalism, Andrew has created a unique new approach for music education. Today, the Musicolor Method is being used by thousands of children around the world to instantly learn and gain the benefits of life skills through music.

BRIEF HISTORY

Andrew Ingkavet is an educator, author, coach and entrepreneur. After graduating with a Bachelors of Music from NYU, he worked in all aspects of the music and media business and even a VJ for MTV-ASIA. After his son Alejandro began asking for music lessons at 3 years old, Andrew discovered there were no teachers willing to accept him. Andrew’s life took a huge turn as he began devoting all of his energy to creating an age-appropriate curriculum available for young beginners. With a wide angle of real life experience from composing to information design to journalism, Andrew has created a unique new approach for music education. Today, the Musicolor Method is being used by thousands of children around the world to instantly learn and gain the benefits of life skills through music.

What Parents Say About The Musicolor Method

“All three of our children (8, 7, and 4) are taking lessons, and they love it. The color method makes it easier for them to get started, and they’re all excited about the pieces they are learning.” - Melih O

“My son is four and a real busy body, but he always wants to attend music class with Mr. Andrew, his teacher. Davidson is always super excited about music lessons because it’s so much fun for him, given that he started playing right away using the musicolor method.” - AF

“My daughter started taking piano about one year ago, when she was three. This was before she could read! …uses an innovative method called the Musicolor Method that assigns colors to the notes on the piano. She was playing songs by herself within weeks. She is now so proud to play Twinkle Twinkle Little Star from memory and is beginning to be able to read musical notation and to be able to do basic ear training. She is especially excited about her bi-annual recitals, where she gets to show off and have a whole room full of adults pay attention to her. This i an absolutely wonderful program and we are so lucky to have it in our neighborhood.” - Christine B

START A SCHOOL

We’re thrilled that you are interested in making an impact in your community through the power and joy of music powered by the Musicolor Method®.

The hardest part of starting a profitable music teaching business is having a trusted system that delivers consistent and reliable results. This includes the business side of things like cash flow, marketing, sales and admin systems. But also, the curriculum. Did you know that many major music education franchises DO NOT have a core curriculum? They just rely on the wits of their freelance teachers and results can vary widely from location to location. This is terrible for parents who are looking for a great experience for their kids.

We have created a turnkey solution for a thriving, profitable music school in the form of a licensing opportunity. It includes comprehensive training and support which we believe is the best in the world.

It’s not just information, it’s transformation.

Here’s what a few of our music school owners have said:

“I have been a music teacher for a number of years, and have used a variety of approaches, but when I came across Andrew Ingkavet’s Musicolor Method, I realized that learning the piano doesn’t have to be so complicated. His approach is built on scaffolding, I.e., teaching the language of music step by step with fun activities and relatable music.” - Carol K, Virginia, USA

“Kids love to figure things out and it was so easy for them they could go practice without a whole lot of parent help…t has worked out so wonderfully. I really recommend this program.” - Susan P, Utah, USA

“I went from 0 to 35 Musicolor students in less than two months. The kids love it.” - Kerry F, South Dakota, USA

And here’s what a parent of a student said:

“Unusually well-run music school, billing and scheduling is a breeze…hires great teachers and has good advice about getting kids to practice.” - Linda F, Brooklyn, NY

To learn more about our licensing opportunity, please first view our webinar.

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