WELCOME TO THE MISHAKE HOME PAGE

Mishake is a Spanish Music Program for New York City kids!

Drum Circle

Students of the Mishake music program have been accepted in gifted and talented Schools in Manhattan.

WHAT EXACTLY IS MISHAKE?

Mishake is a music program created to introduce and expose kids to Latin American music and Spanish language.

The results of the Mishake introduction to music program are shown in longer concentration spans, improved intonation, broader vocabulary, stronger interpersonal relationships, a developed musical intelligence, greater interest in instrumental play, and accurate rhythmic skills.

Taught entirely in Spanish, each 45 minutes class is spiced up with creative movement to improve language skills and body awareness.

Students of Mishake have continued their music education with Andrea Baquero, the program developer, expanding in music theory, piano, and ear training. Mishake students that started about two years ago have been accepted in different music schools around New York City as well as gifted and talented schools in Manhattan where they continue their formal musical training.

3 Responses to WELCOME TO THE MISHAKE HOME PAGE

  1. Loyan Beausoleil says:

    Hello,
    My name is Loyan Beausoleil and I’m the director at University Plaza Nursery School. We are currently looking for a music teacher and a parent suggested I contact you. Do you ever travel to schools to offer classes? If so would you be willing to do a demo class.

    Best,
    Loyan Beausoleil
    Director
    University Plaza Nursery School
    loyan@universityplazanursery.org

  2. Kazen Masangi says:

    Yes I am a MUSICIAN From Tanzania I need to learn some thing from you.Can you tell me about diminish I mean in one scale there’s three scales,three minors and one diminish that I need is how can I play diminish. thank U my friend

    • mishakemusic says:

      The scale you want is this one:
      1/2 tone (step)
      1 tone (step)
      1 tone (step)
      1/2 tone (step)
      1 tone (step)
      1 tone (step)
      1 tone (step)

      Hope this info is useful!

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