Musaik's offer is intended to reach children aged around 6 years who come from educationally disadvantaged backgrounds or who come from difficult economic or family backgrounds. Refugee and non-refugee children should consciously be addressed equally.

Social goals

Use of musical funding as a noticeable impulse towards a society with equal opportunities. Children and young people from different social classes and cultural backgrounds should have the opportunity to engage intensively with music and making music together, regardless of the material requirements of their parents' home.

Community-enhancing goals

In ensemble playing, values and skills such as tolerance, consideration,

Learned a sense of responsibility, communication skills and collaboration

internalized. Communicating these community-promoting values is a fundamental part of the project. That's why lessons always take place in groups or in an ensemble.

Personality promotion

Learning an instrument, participating in an orchestra and taking part in public concerts develops self-confidence, patience, endurance and concentration

strengthened. In addition, the children are motivated to have self-discipline and willingness to perform.

Musical-artistic goals

Through musical-artistic training, children are given the opportunity to get to know themselves and the language of music in a new way and to express their emotions and feelings through it. In improvisation they learn to work creatively and to overcome their limits and develop their potential.