Seimpi School of Music - Music for the Intelligent Mind (MIMĀ®)

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Music training enhances brain functions. Studies have shown that early experiences of childhood determine how well brain cells (neurons) will connect with other brain cells. Because neuron connections responsible for all types of intelligence, studies also show that a child's brain develops to its full potential with exposure to the necessary music enriching experiences. If stimulated during early childhood, these neuron connectors develop rapidly, and we are thus looking at ways to develop the whole brain.Ā 

Our Music for the Intelligent Mind (MIMĀ®) program aim to do just that. With a carefully planned syllabus, we gradually guide students from a tender age of 4 mths to the age of 7 to explore the richness and excitement of music through interesting play, activities and musical games. Unlike other early childhood music courses which only emphasize listening and music movement, we also incorporate eye and ear training, speed reading, pitch training, memorizing techniques, concentration training, proper play techniques, and music theory. All our activities involve stimulating the inter-connectivity between the two hemispheres of the brain by engaging in holistic and all-rounded music training.Ā MIMĀ® provides a seamless transition into music graded studies.Ā 

A major milestone was reached in March 2011 whenĀ MIMĀ® was officially accredited by London College of Music Examinations (LCME), part of University of West London and certifications will be awarded by London College of Music Examinations (LCME) upon successful completion of MIM assessment undertaken by all MIM graduates.Ā 


Please visit Seimpi School of Music Website for more details on these courses. Terms and Conditions apply, please see here for more details.Ā 


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Jiarong Yu
Daddy to 2 adorable little ones. Misses them the moment they are not around, regrets missing them the moment they are around.

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