MUSIC – 3 to 5


This stage is an incredibly fun time to make and experiment with music! Everything is a discovery. Moving, singing, dancing and playing instruments are amazing ways for our little students to express themselves.

The goal of Music Tree’s teachers is to develop your child’s musicality whilst guiding them in their discovery of group work and other social skills. We focus on musical games and creative activities as well as applying my own research on body percussion and neuro music. Children are encouraged to learn music whilst having fun.

All of our classes are based on Gordon’s Music Learning Theory.

“Tiziana is great at working with children and the music lesson environment is very enjoyable. My twin girls love going to her classes every week. They always come back excited to tell me about all the instruments they’ve tried and each lesson is full of laughter and giggles. We are very excited about starting piano lessons with Tiziana next year. I would highly recommend Tiziana’s lessons to all parents who care about their children’s development through music.”

Lea, Izzy and Nina’s mum (4 years old)

“Tiziana is a wonderful music teacher. Her group music class is a real highlight of our week and my 4-year-old son loves having her as a music teacher. As well as being a great musician, Tiziana has loads of energy and enthusiasm and a brilliant way of engaging with the children. She has a perfect balance of patience, firmness and encouragement. Thanks to Tiziana my son has discovered music through play, listening, and using his body. The group music class is very interactive, engaging and fun. I highly recommend Music Tree!

— Marta, Cesare’s mum (5 years old)


Class size – 10 children max

Duration of the classes – 30/45 minutes depending on the age and group’s needs.


We suggest that all new Music Tree families should attend two trial classes. This gives us the opportunity to get to know your child better, allows you to experience our class and style and together we can find a group to suit them.

Age 3 There must be one parent/guardian in the class throughout the session for children age 3.

  • Tuesday 4.00pm, Saturday at 10.15am and 11.00am

Age 4/5 There must be one elected parent/guardian on the premises throughout the session for children older than 4. Children attend the class without parents/guardians

  • Monday 4.15pm, Wednesday 4.15pm, Friday 4.15pm and Saturday at 11.45am


  • Whole term £15.3 per session (bookings via email)
  • Single sessions or block of sessions £17
  • Trial £30 (x2 sessions)


Music Tree does not provide refunds for any missed classes but you can reschedule by joining another one of our weekly classes within the month (not on the same day of your regular class).

In case of a teacher’s absence, the lesson will be rescheduled directly between the families and the teacher. 


From 12th September to 3rd December (half-term break 24th – 30th October). The weeks in December will be used for extra classes or for reschedules of possible missed classes by the teachers.


  • Fun and engaging music activities
  • Live music
  • Discovering instruments
  • Developing cognitive, motor and social skills
  • Restricted class numbers (max 10 children)




When children are between 3 and 5 years old, their general development takes a big leap forward. They love to sing songs with lyrics, move around freely, and most of all interact with their friends. Working in a group is fundamental because children learn not only from the teacher but also from the other kids (peer learning).

If supported and not judged, children sing a lot, improvise and compose their own songs. They are also able to express their preferences in music. Little by little, they start imitating and assimilating music.

Music Tree organises group music activities to help children develop their singing and coordination. We always create opportunity for the child to explore their movement whilst listening and singing to music. We focus on playing together, showing respect for others and sharing our ideas and musicality. The creative ideas of every child are always accepted and acknowledged by the teacher who transforms them into songs and musical games. Alongside the development of music skills, all activities are planned to support the cognitive, psychomotor and socio-emotional development including attention, concentration, problem-solving and inhibition of impulses above all.