Musical Lyceum
Creates world-class classical musicians with a parental learning approach to bring harmony to the world.
The history of the Lyceum began in 1933. A special group for gifted children was opened at the Kharkov Institute of Music and Drama. After the Lyceum changed its location, buildings and directors, but the combination of a pedagogical experiment with classical music education remained unchanged.
In the early 90s, on the initiative of the collective, on the basis of the lyceum, several large-scale musical projects of international importance arose. The first of them is the competition for young pianists by Vladimir Krainev. In 1997, the competition entered the European Union of Youth Music Competitions (EMCY), which testifies to its high international status.
Today the Lyceum continues to educate talents and now wants to tell about itself
There is always a voice in your head.
©Benjamin Zander
A voice that says, You don't practice enough. This is not enough! Do you know hooooooow many people who play this part better than you? Everyone around. This is a very difficult transition, and last time it did not work. Now it is close, you miss it again.

And sometimes that voice is so loud. It sounds louder than music. Our task is to calm this voice. Give support and support. Hug at the right moment. And push into another.

There will always be someone in this world who will criticize even the most talented person. And an artist must have someone who believes in him even when it seems that the whole world is against.

Values
Everyone in the Music Lyceum is guided by the principles that have been with him since the day of foundation.
Love for children
Love of creativity
The spirit of creation and creation of the new
Connecting people around the world
Mission - to bring harmony to the world
The famous Soviet teacher Pyotr Solomonovich Stolyarsky, who created in Odessa the first music school in the USSR for gifted children, which bears his name, said: I do not need talented children, I need talented parents!

Our goal is to help those who bring their children to the Lyceum become the parents of a great musician. We are a family that is proud of our children
Archetype - Caring
Altruism, compassion, generosity are the qualities that characterize this archetype.

Main desire: to protect people from a possible threat

Purpose: to help others

Fear: ingratitude

Strategy: do good for others

Gift / Reward: Compassion and Generosity

Shadow: tiredness, guilt

Logo and Terms of Use
corporate identity
The main symbol of the logo is the coat of arms, which is made up of rectangles based on the full name of the Musical Lyceum.

To make it look like a shield, the rectangles are rearranged and scaled to maintain their original proportions.
Logo

Variations and configurations of the logo

A logo has 2 components: a sign and a text. The text can be in English or Ukrainian.
Main logo
Consists of an abbreviated text part and a sign. Suitable for online format (website, social networks) and small size printing with a small area for printing.
Extended version
Consists of full text and sign. Used on large offline media of corporate identity. These can be advertising signs, banners, information brochures, etc.
Small version
Consists of a coat of arms. Used as a favicon of the site, avatars in social networks, application shortcut.
The color of parenting
Pantone 2345 C
RGB: 255 109 106
HEX: #ff6d6a
CMYK: 0 67 52 0
Pantone 2248 C
RGB: 113 183 144
HEX: #71b790
CMYK: 57 0 49 1
Pantone 4153 C
RGB: 28 78 138
HEX: #1a4e8a
CMYK: 98 67 0 13
Font
The uniform style is based on one font - Avenir.

Thick display typefaces, suitable for writing short texts, headlines, advertising slogans. Thin - for writing long informative texts.
Illustrations
Icons with fill and soft shapes are used to depict musical instruments. A distinctive feature of these images is the brand elements emerging from the instruments like sheet music and music.
Starik worked on the creation of the brand and corporate identity especially for the lyceum
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