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About the Academy


After the rapid success of Mosaica Singers, we started Mosaica Kids in 2020 to share that love of music with a younger generation. While we had to stop all singing due to the crisis, the feedback, encouragement and excitement of all stakeholders involved encouraged us to continue thinking of new and creative ways to approach music learning, in its different forms and expressions, with young creative individuals. This is the idea of Mosaica Music Academy: A fresh approach to music learning. 

All classes offered by Mosaica Academy will be based on well researched methodology and organised through comprehensive curricula designed to encourage, motivate and help students fall in deep love with music. Each class will be taught by qualified teachers with proven experience within their fields. 

“Often a single experience will open the young soul to music for a whole lifetime”

Zoltán Kodály


“To teach a child an instrument without first giving him preparatory training and without developing singing, reading and dictating to the highest level along with playing, is to build upon sand”

Zoltán Kodály



We have a range of courses for all ages. We will also be opening up new courses occasionally. Stay updated with our courses and upcoming events!

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Music Theory

Ages: 18+

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Musicianship Through Singing

Ages: 4 - 6

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Music Artistry

Ages: 18+

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Mosaica Kids Choir

Ages: 7 - 17

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Ages: 6 - 10

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Ages: NA

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Singing Club

Ages: 18+

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Arabic Singing

Ages: 15+



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The Kodály method is an approach to music education rooted in the idea that music should be a social and cultural experience. The Kodály approach to teaching music asserts that musical concepts, creativity, and collaboration are best taught in group music lessons, particularly for young children.

The Kodály method uses a child-developmental approach to sequence, introducing skills according to the capabilities of the child. New concepts are introduced beginning with what is easiest for the child and progressing to the more difficult. Children are first introduced to musical concepts through experiences such as listening, singing, or movement. It is only after the child becomes familiar with a concept that he or she learns how to notate it, similar to methods like Suzuki. Concepts are constantly reviewed and reinforced through games, movement, songs, and exercises.




Nedy Muna

Nedy is the Music Director of Mosaica Singers, the Chamber Choir, Carolers, and Mosaica Kids. He is a Kodaly certified teacher and the Music Coordinator at The National Orthodox School. His conducting and teaching career has developed over the years through intensive coursework and masterclasses on choral conducting and Kodaly methodology in England, Sweden and Austria. Nedy has led several musical workshops and concerts in Jordan, Egypt, UAE, Portugal and the US.


Haya Qamhiyyeh

Haya is a trained vocalist and has been singing in choirs for 10 years. She is a well-esteemed singer and recording artist who has been singing with reputable singers and composers. Haya has taken various singing workshops and has performed in Jordan, Portugal, UAE, and Germany.


Spiro Jilde

Spiro is a composer, soloist, and accompanist. His unique artistry has earned him accolades as a musical producer for Jazz and Oriental Jazz songs, enriching the music landscape with his inventive compositions and mesmerizing performances. Spiro finished grade 8 in piano from Trinity College London Music School and had the extraordinary opportunity to participate in masterclasses with the legendary jazz pianists Herbie Hancock & Chick Corea.


Zein Rabadi

Zein is a music teacher at Mashrek International School and a conductor of Mosaica Kids (ages 6 to 9). She also teaches piano, flute and voice classes privately. Zein graduated from the University of Jordan, majoring in Musicology and Music Performance and has participated in many choirs from a very young age. Zein is passionate about music, singing and conducting.


Sara Baw

Sara is a singer and vocal coach in Arabic Music and Singing. She joined the Higher Institute at Antonine University to study Musicology and Arabic singing. She participated in various musical concerts where she presented a diverse range of vocal performances in the realm of Arabic music in Lebanon, Syria, and Jordan. She also delivered a series of lectures on the history and patterns of Arabic music.


Ayman Abu Jarad

Ayman is a versatile music teacher, voice trainer, conductor, singer, and composer. With extensive expertise in music education, Ayman has been inspiring and nurturing the musical talents of students at the National Conservatory of Music since August 2013. He excels in familiarizing students with fundamental music concepts, including notes, tempo, symphony, beats, compositions, and chords. He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree and ABRSM Grade 5 in Theory.


Samia Alyaequb

Samia is a Music Teacher at the International Academy and a private music instructor. She holds a MA in Musical Arts and a BA in Musicology. Samia is passionate about music and has teaching experience across a wide age range. She is currently getting certified in Kodàly teaching methodology.


Rami Jundi

Rami is a musician, researcher, and composer specialized in the "Riq" instrument and various percussion instruments. He studied the fundamentals and theories of Arabic music and Braille notation for the visually impaired. During his years of studying music, he innovated a method of notating Arabic rhythms using distinct characters. He also learned the basics of religious chanting and "muwashshahat," as well as how to play the oud. Subsequently, he began teaching Arabic rhythms and singing in several institutes in Syria, Lebanon, and Jordan. He composed and recorded his own album and participated in recording several musical albums with well-known artists.

“We should read music in the same way that an educated adult will read a book; in silence, but imagining the sound”

Zoltán Kodály

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