NEL BLU DIPINTO DI BLU, Italian is fun! – 0 TO 4

For children 0-4 years old.

Music, colour, storytelling, movement and lots of fun all in Italian with an Italian musician educator specialised in early years.


Based on an extensive body of infant research and early year music education, our course focuses on children’s natural music attitude development. Music, among others, supports language and communication which is why we use it as the main tool to facilitate and support the acquisition of the Italian language.

In this way, children are exposed to a rich music environment and can interact with adults and their peers through sounds, voice and body movement in a holistic experience that promotes both language and musical development.

The sessions are led by Monica and Tiziana, both Italian musicians and early year specialists, that will interact with the participants using singing, moving, musical instrument and proms.

EVERY TUESDAY 10.00AM – 11.00AM at Highbury Park Music (N51TH)

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.

MONICA COGNOLI Singer and music educator, Monica graduated in music education from the Music Conservatoire of Frosinone and in Early Years Music Education from Birmingham City University. She studied different music education approaches and methods. She is specialised in art-integrated approach, creating and leading music sessions to foster children’s musical and general development and creativity. For years she collaborated with educational institutes in Italy. She is a researcher and started the collaboration with Creative Futures and University College London in 2017. For Music Tree, she teaches early years music, piano for beginners and ukulele for small groups of children.