"Anwell Tsai is an accomplished violin soloist who has performed with
many regional symphonies, so he knows a thing or two about classical
music." summarizes Globe Correspondent.
|Anwell Tsai and his son, Alec, 6, played a Chinese spouting bowl. Alex
helps Tsai test new techniques for his Playful Tunes music instruction
program for children. |
Photo: Boston Globe
Tsai, founder of Lexington based Playful Tunes, wants to change the way people think about early childhood music programs by using real instruments, technology, and social awareness.
“A lot of times, the way kids are taught music is very technical so the fact that music can tell a story is lost to them,” said Tsai, who has gotten more than 1,500 preschoolers to try the violin. His goal: making “happy musical moments” for 100,000 kids.
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Source: Boston Globe