Texas Music Literacy Initiative for STEAM Fields


In an ever-changing, increasingly complex world, it's more important than ever that our nation's youth are prepared to bring knowledge and skills to solve problems, make sense of information, and know how to gather and evaluate evidence to make decisions with the power of music education.

The State of Texas is the Place, Where The STEAM Approach in Music Literacy Was Created And Is Now Available For All


Soft Way to Mozart system promotes science and technology through music education.
Soft Way to Mozart expands music curriculum and will create more jobs in Texas
Soft Way to Mozart’s technology is fun, easy to use, and has been endorsed by worldwide academia.
Soft Way to Mozart technology will change the music industry and education globally

We Will:

Create more jobs for music professionals, homeschooling parents and aspiring educators

  • to spread music literacy across the state of Texas through modern technology.

  • to provide Continuing Professional Education (CPE) activities via SBEC ID 500928


Educate millions of people in day care centers, schools, retirement homes

  • Our technology will help every child in Texas achieve academic success in science, technology, engineering, arts and math

  • Our system is the only approach that teaches music literacy to toddlers and Pre-K students from ages 2 to 5 while developing their neuron pathways

  • Our method is most effective for older Seniors to restore fine motor skills and fight age-related dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.


Celebrate Education and Culture to unite all religions around Texas and USA


  • The music notation was created in 20's of 11th century by Guido of Arezzo and presented to the Pope John XIX in Rome, Italy.

  • Music literacy today is accepted by all nations and religions

  • Hellene Hiner, the Texan creator of Soft Way to Mozart system, received official blessing from Pope Francis, the head of the Catholic Church and sovereign of the Vatican City State to celebrate the event worldwide. 


Tested in 60+ countries. Ready to go from Texas worldwide!
We offer the different music text formats from elementary to traditional. The same practice is used in teaching people how to read from ABC to novels.

The Gentle Piano CONVERTER will help any educator to create own music repertoire for their own curriculum.

The music theory modules develop all  skills for successful training in music, technology, math and physics.

Support

This technology works remotely and can provide 24/7 support for any school or organization in Texas

Excellent Quality

The best development of any individual including, but not limited to, people with special needs

Academic Achievements

The scientific achievements of the system is recognized by leading experts and schools worldwide.

100% Certified

Our copyrighted and patented school is the sole copyright holder of all materials and based in Texas.

SOME REMARKABLE REVIEWS:

"Soft Mozart is a great find for children, parents and teachers. From the very first lesson, it enables a student to actually start playing the piano. This is as true for a child as it is for an adult, who has dreamed of playing the piano, but was unable to do so in childhood!" Lubov Yanpolsky, a Concert Pianist, a Piano Teacher and a parent.  Orangefrogisrael Piano Studio, Israel

"This program is a break-through approach because with its help, any person, regardless of his or her talent, can learn how to read the music score and play the piano (or other keyboard instrument) with both hands and all ten fingers. This is important for development of music ear, memory, and for the sake of pleasure in learning music."
A soloist of Moscow State Academic Philharmonic Society, A full member of Russian National Academy of Natural Science, The president of Yuri Rozum International Charitable Foundation, A national artist of RussiaYuri Rozum

"Dear fellow educators, fellow parents, do not be afraid to knock on this door--Soft Mozart! It is open to absolutely everyone and facilitated by a kind, wise, caring sorceress–Hellene Hiner. Her community of users is interesting, beautiful, friendly and EVERYTHING IS CLEAR AND EASY TO UNDERSTAND!"

Elena Gubochkina, teacher in a state music school. (Tchaikovsky, Russia)

"The system is so close to the students' minds and way of thinking, yet it is imaginative and deeply creative. Best educational invention after Guido D'Arezzo."

Lara Molaib, pianist, piano teacher, graduate student. (Beirut, Lebanon)

"The software is easy to learn. It is also a good tool for professionals to teach. Students quickly learn to read and memorize their music pieces. This helps them to focus and concentrate while reading the notes. Children and adults love it!

Catherine Davis, piano teacher, studio owner. (Chicago, IL, USA)

"This is by far the most complete, technological approach to music education as far as understanding music as a language. You can literally have little ones sight-singing and playing the piano in the first lesson by reading and making meaningful new brain connections that will be everlasting."

Jose Alves Diaz, musician, composer, conductor. (Lisbon, Portugal)

Texas will change music technology in the most harmonious way!