“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)

Classes for:

  • 3 – 4 years old Growing with music MONDAY, TUESDAY and THURSDAY at 4.10pm
  • 4 – 5 years old Growing with music WEDNESDAY 4.10pm FULLY BOOKED / THURSDAY 4.50pm
  • 5 – 6 years old Sing and Play! WEDNESDAY 4.50pm FULLY BOOKED

The classes are held at Highbury Park Music – 23 Highbury Park Music, N51TH London

Children meet in group and the teacher guides them to discover music in a path based on play and listening, supporting them to work in group while having fun.  

Great attention is given to the discovery of the way in which they can play together with music, showing respect for the others and creating conditions which permit a pleasing listening experience. 

The creative ideas of every child are accepted and acknowledged by the teacher who transforms them into songs, accompaniments, ideas to discover different instruments and music games involving movement.

Alongside the development of music skills, all the activities are planned to support the cognitive, psychomotor and socio-emotional children’s development as attention, concentration, working memory, problem-solving, inhibition of impulses, flexibility and other executive functions.

The movement, connected to listening and singing, becomes for the child the trampoline to launch them-self towards the conquest of intonation, sense of rhythm and coordination, all fundamental elements that will help children playing an instrument.

Exploring music with the whole body immersed in sounds connected with emotions and feelings is a component of the long learning process that gives to children much more elements and knowledge than knowing how to read the notes or play technically an instrument.

The teacher offers a weekly group lesson were children participate without their parents being present. The class lasts around 30 minutes for children 3-4 years old and 45 minutes for children 4-5-6 years old.


INÊS LOUBET is an award-winning singer, multi-instrumentalist and music educator. She was born in Porto, Portugal and has a BMus Hons degree in Jazz Voice from the Guildhall School of Music & Drama. She has also taught music at Prior Western Primary School in London, BEAT (Barnet Education Arts Trust) where she taught Singing, Ukulele and African Drumming to classes of students from age 3 to age 8. She has also been private teaching for nine years now and has facilitated music lessons in Whipps Cross Hospital and a prison institution in Porto, Portugal, for over a year. She is the co-leader and singer in the London-based Afro-Brazilian jazz band Caravela as well as being the lead singer in other groups such as contemporary jazz band Bahla and Brazilian Carnival group Rhythms of the City. She co-leads and directs female acappella group Sopa de Pedra.

TIZIANA POZZO Music therapist, educator and pianist, Tiziana has collaborated for years with educational institutions (from nurseries to universities) on music projects in Italy, Spain and the UK.  Tiziana graduated in piano from the Music Conservatoire in Venice and in Music Therapy in Padova (Italy). She gained her expertise through training courses in Italy and abroad in the development of children and their natural understanding of music.
In 2016 she started collaborating with Creative Futures and University College London for different research. She is one of the co-founders of Music Tree and Highbury Park Music. She also works in the UK and abroad running CPD courses for teachers, educators and music therapists.

ALBA CABRAL is a Brazilian musician based in London since 2009. She composes, performs and collaborates in several projects including her original ones Let Drum Beat, an all-female Afro-Brazilian influenced percussion & vocals band. She took a Masters Degree in Music Leadership at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama and leads workshops of Body-Music, Collective Music Making and Percussion Ensembles, Music for families (babies, toddlers & parents) in various settings for a wide age range in institutions. Alba is also the mum of a wonderful little girl!