Colourstrings is a world-renowned approach to music education developed by Hungarian brothers Géza and Czaba Szilvay, and based on the works and teaching of Zoltán Kodály.
Kodály believed that music education should begin in infancy, and that children should learn the fundamental musical elements through singing and games before beginning instrumental tuition.
Colourstrings Music Kindergarten classes develop musical concepts through a gradual and carefully designed process, moving from the known to the unknown so that children are unaware that they are learning. Musicianship grows from within, and children develop a strong musical sense and inner hearing.
Children who go on to learn an instrument after music kindergarten classes will be musically literate before they begin an instrument, allowing them the freedom to concentrate on the more technical aspects of learning an instrument.