"This past school year I enrolled my 5 year-old daughter in Keylab's after school program unsure of what her commitment level would be. Actually, I was 90% sure she would want to quit. She's wanted to quit everything I've signed her up for - dance classes, piano lessons at home, swim lessons... After her first day there, she came beaming out of the studio telling me how much she loved the programming at Keylab. Not only that, she has been saying this continuously for the past 4 months. When asked if she'd rather spend the afternoon doing her favorite thing instead of going to Keylab's after school program, she answered she'd rather go to Keylab. I'm not sure what kind of magic goes on there that keeps her engaged and excited, but it is truly magic. She comes home after Keylab and shares many stories about her experience there and doesn't want to leave when I pick her up. The staff have been accommodating, responsive and engaged with children and parents. The facility is beautifully decorated and maintained and there is always a warm welcome when you walk through the door. I can't thank the staff enough for enjoying my child as much as they do, but especially for my child's enjoyment when she's with them."
A Keylab Parent
the art & science of music
Conveniently located in the heart of Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, Keylab is the new modern music, arts, & technology school that offers individually tailored private lessons, dynamic group classes, exciting workshops and more for ages 5 to adult.
Keylab's primary mission is to educate, inspire, and empower students of all ages towards defining and realizing their creative ambitions. We use a combination of traditional music education, modern technology, and performance exercises to help students develop into skilled, confident, and creative artists. While our courses are primarily designed to teach fundamental musical skills and concepts, they also teach valuable lessons about confidence, creativity, self expression, work ethic, and team building. It is our hope that Keylab students will not only learn how to compose, produce, and perform with confidence and joy; but will also learn how to become more compassionate, productive members of society through the lessons learned in creating and sharing art and music.