Students will experience

  • Each session will involve a combination of live and video demonstrations from a variety of talented musicians, artists, dancers and story-tellers. 
  • Through learning in a small group environment, students are encouraged to improvise together, developing their own and the group creativity. 
  • At the end of the program, students have the opportunity to ‘perform’ with their new friends to demonstrate their newly acquired skills for parents. 
  • All students receive their own instruments and art materials to take home, in addition to a participation certificate.

What you receive

Live Group Sessions

Participation in a number of group sessions, supported by experienced musicians and artists.

A program pack

A program pack, including everything your child needs to get creative, including real handcrafted instruments, activities, masks, stories and more.

Instructional videos

A series of fun, instructional videos in self-directed sessions.


A variety of music and arts-based activities will be done during the live sessions, which children can take home afterwards.


Feedback and encouragement together with a beautiful certificate, assessed on world-recognised creativity skill standards


Delivered on attendance

Connect with other parents, children and our experienced teachers as we work through activities and modules together.


  • Your own Djembe,
    a traditional West African instrument
  • A colourful West African mask,
    alongside some masks ready for your decoration.
  • Your own Gamophone and Mallets,
    a traditional Javanese instrument
  • A Javanese Village story board,
    with blank jigsaw shapes to create your own story characters.

When they’ve completed the   2-day program

Your child will be given a certificate directly from our team of experts.

Best of all, they get to learn and keep real hand-crafted instruments and art pieces they create during the program.


Our team

We are musicians, dancers, researchers, experienced teachers and most of all, passionate creatives.

Our programs have been designed and created by our director, Dr Shari Lindblom, who is an expert in music and creative education. At Magic Tree of Music, your child’s learning is supported by research and by a team of experienced, enthusiastic professionals.

Dr Shari Lindblom

Our founding director

Nii Armah

West African Musician

Mya Armah

Dancer & Narrator

Callista Palmer

Choreographer and Dancer

Lena Ito

Javanese composer

Tamara Evans

Dancer & Narrator


All of our programs

  • Enhance metaphorical thinking and ways to connect different ideas
  • Promote fluent, flexible, original and imaginative thinking
  • Develop an understanding of other cultures and diverse perspectives
  • Encourage exploration and curiosity
  • Develop self-confidence and individuality
  • Build teamwork and communication skills
  • Help children to be creative problem solvers
  • And above all, they are lots of fun!