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Early Childhood & Elementary Music Classes

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Enroll based on your child's age at the beginning of the school year; classes are designed to last the whole year.

  • (Ages 12-24 months with parent/caregiver)

    This class provides a wonderful opportunity for a parent or caregiver and toddler to discover the joys of making music in Spanish as experience songs and activities from Spain and Latin America.

  • (Ages 24-36 months, with parent/caregiver)

    Whether you would like to reinforce the Spanish that is already spoken at home, or would like to expose your child to the music of Latin America and Spain, this class provides a wonderful opportunity for a parent or caregiver and child to make music together as they participate in slightly more complex musical activities in ...

  • (Ages 12 to 36 months with parent/caregiver)

    In this class children and their parents/caregivers experience the joys of making music by exploring the rich and vibrant folklore of Spain and Latin America. Children bounce, sing, dance, listen, move, and play simple games in Spanish.

  • (Ages 3-4 without parent/caregiver)

    In this class without parent/caregiver, children independently engage in a variety of musical activities in Spanish including singing, dancing, and playing basic pitched and un-pitched percussion instruments.

  • Through more complex songs and games, children expand their musical vocabulary, pitch matching, and rhythmic abilities while further developing their listening skills, concentration, and sense of timing.

  • (Ages 4- 12 months with parent/caregiver)

    This class is designed to provide babies with unique first musical experiences and also to support parents and caregivers with quality musical activities that reinforce learning and development.

  • (Ages 1-2 with parent/caregiver)

    This class provides a wonderful opportunity for a parent or caregiver and toddler to discover the joys of making music as they participate in musical activities such as singing songs and lullabies, chants, simple finger plays, wiggles, bounces, listening and movement. 

  • (Ages 2 - 3 years, with parent/caregiver)

    This class provides a wonderful opportunity for a parent or caregiver and child to make music together as they participate in slightly more complex musical activities, including singing songs and lullabies, chants, finger plays, wiggles, bounces, listening and movement.

  • (Ages 1 - 3 years, with parent/caregiver)

    This class combines elements from Music Time for Toddlers and Round We Go into one class. Parents and caregivers discover the joys of making music with their child as they participate in musical activities such as singing songs and lullabies, chants, simple finger plays, wiggles, bounces, listening and movement.

  • (Ages 3 - 4 years without parent/caregiver)

    This class is the first in a series for young children designed for independent music making. Children playfully engage in a wide variety of musical activities, including singing, dancing, and playing basic pitched and un-pitched percussion instruments.

  • (Ages 4 - 5 without parent/caregiver)

    This class reinforces and builds on musical skills introduced in the  Adventures in Music class* and introduces pre-notation for music reading. Children expand their musical vocabulary, pitch matching, and rhythmic abilities through songs, chants, and the use of pitched and un-pitched percussion instruments.

  • (Ages 4 - 6 years without parent/caregiver)

    This class combines elements from Exploring Music and Discovering Music into one class. Through more complex songs and games, children expand their musical vocabulary, pitch matching, and rhythmic abilities while further developing their listening skills, concentration, and sense of timing.

  • (Ages 5 - 6 years without parent/caregiver)

    This class expands on the musical foundation presented in the Exploring Music class*. More complex songs and games are used to reinforce and expand musical literacy concepts such as beat, rhythm, melodic form, harmony, and expression.

  • (Ages 5 - 6)

    In this hands-on class, students are exposed to the vast diversity of the percussive world. Simple performance and ensemble playing techniques are explored for many traditional and non-traditional percussion instruments as well as homemade instruments.

  • (Ages 6 - 8 years without parent/caregiver)

    This class "bridges" our popular Elementary Music classes with private instrument study, offering older children more structured learning of complex musical ideas, note-reading and basic theory.