|So how can you help determine if a child or teen has "the gift" and needs to develop the talents? Maybe a cool friend, an exceptionall relative or sometimes a church or community center will "sponsor" a GOOD KID! These "lesson packs" make great Birthday or Christmas gifts because they are a short, one-time affordable fun & educational experience. We do not have an "open" audition at the moment, but you may be surprised if you share this site to family and friends, someone may give this amazing experience to your child! It has happened already several times.
Some parents start by watching the free informational public "Seminar". You see & hear him, can only communicate after the event via email. Some try the "Interactive Webinar" viewed by a private group: you can all use your mic to talk to the group, but all only see the instructor. He explains how his students have made simple choruses to a song, or went on to perform on big stages, in huge arenas, in Disney, in massive parades, in massive parades and even made a feature movie!
|We offer Seminars, Interactive Webinars, Private Tutoring/Lessons & Group Lessons
|In Person Private Lesson Gifting
The MusicTech Kids® SCHOLARSHIP FUND for the Non-Profit (in-the-works) venture under the Smart Trax® Institute of Technology, is designed to help make the opportunity TUITION-FREE for a select group of very gifted students, no-matter their family financial ability. With your kind assistance either via a direct tax deductible (soon) donation we can help make a kids' dream... a reality.
Our grads have performed in Disney, Carnegie Hall, Off-Broadway, in Sports Arenas, in Massive Parades, on Radio & TV even on an Aircraft Carrier and in the “Hall of Heroes” in the Pentagon!
They have released lots of SINGLES and even full ALBUMS on iTunes, Apple Music, YouTube Music, Spotify & more!
The founder Professor Musial was raised by wonderful parents in the Buffalo, NY area who had to "drop out" of high school to work on their farms. They became farmer/factory workers who had a passion for music and visual arts.. They did what they could to help his musical gift grow by paying for weekly music lessons. Eventually, David was determined to attend college in the field, but needed to also work in a factory 3rd shift (midnight to 8 am) and had to also take out student loans to complete his undergraduate college ventures. After much hard work & dedication, for graduate studies, he received a full private sponsorship to the finest in the world, the Juilliard School Of Music for his first master's venture and before he could complete it the chairman of the new Masters in Music Technology program at New York University presented him a full teaching fellowship to become a professor. He completed 10 years in college! The Director said Musial could join them to earn a Doctorate at the completion. He then hired him as an official Adjunct Professor where he went on to earn the prestigious title "Instructor-Of-The-Year" 4 consecutive times in the mid-1990s!