Learners at iCAN are immersed in a rich music culture where they are given the opportunity to explore music through various conventional and unconventional instruments. There is a strong focus on rhythm and coordination within these sessions. Both of these skills are useful at not only improving music performance, but also by helping to create stronger connections in the developing brain. Music lessons promote our learner’s wellbeing by allowing them to express themselves, relax, and engage with the learning in a hands-on way. They begin by exploring music with their voice and body, as their main instruments, before moving on to other skills. As they progress through the years, they will experience playing instruments such as the ukulele, guitar, bass, keyboard, and percussion through the Musical Futures approach.