Music for Little Ones
Research shows that children who participate in organized music education before the age of 9 develop a larger cerebral cortex. Give your child the early advantage through music for little ones! This class focuses on early childhood music development through a variety of musical activities. Children and parents will sing, dance, play instruments, and move. Parents and children interact through loco-motor and non-loco-motor chants, call-and-response, bounces, tickles, wiggles, and circle dances. This class is a closed class so that children get to know and make music with the same classmates through the entire session.
Instructor: Maureen Young
6 months – 3 years, Thursdays 9:30-10:15am
Day of Week: Thursdays starting Sept. 27
Number of weeks: 11 weeks
Beginning Maestros Suzuki Readiness
A great first step in beginning Suzuki Study. Children ages 3 through 7 come with their parent and begin early music development skills needed for success when studying an instrument. Children will learn songs, develop sense of beat, begin music reading skills, and listening skills. Parents will develop observation skills, strategies in guiding home practice, and achieve a deeper understanding of the Suzuki method while working with their child to develop musical thinking. Campers and parents will share some activities with Suzuki Track Campers.
Parents are invited to attend all Suzuki activities.
Instructor: Michelle Weber
Day and Time: Wednesdays 5:00pm-5:45pm starting Oct. 3
Tuition: $125 for 8 weeks
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