Finding the musician in every child

Current research shows that early childhood (birth- 6 years) music education enhances all aspects of brain development; stimulates more neuron connectivity and has a long-term impact on the brains ability to develop to it’s fullest potential.  With the internationally recognized Musikgarten curriculum we strive to develop functioning musicians, finding joy in music, learning to improvise, write and read music, and eventually learning to play the piano.

Mixed Age Move and Groove

Ages 1 – 3 years

Our Mixed Age class for ages 1-3 uses dance, song, & play to learn about music and even the piano, and we’re setting the ideal stage. Using the KiddyKeys & Company curriculum, we give each child and their adult partner the opportunity to happily sing, move, and learn beginner music concepts together in a caring learning environment. Books and songs will be shared with each child while they interact and play music with their classmates. In addition to teaching music, our classes focus on the development of fine and gross motor skills, positive social skills, and identification of letters, numbers, and colors.

Teacher: Kayla Cardin

Please watch for our updates coming soon for our fall classes!

Keyboard Magic

Ages 6-9

Keyboard Magic lays the groundwork for keyboard success!  Through the variety of activities in each class the children become independent musicians.  They have both a love of music and a love of specific repertoire. In addition to playing the keyboards, the children will be involved in drumming and dancing to nurture their rhythmic development, singing to nurture their tonal development, and echoing patterns to nurture their aural development, as well as composing and musical dictation activities that lead the children to musical literacy. Those who enroll in this 3 year program have a solid foundation to continue on in piano or any instrument they choose. Levels 1 & 2 are 60 min long, levels 3-6 are 75 min long. All levels include a book, two CD’s and a beginning parent guide.

Watch for Fall 2020 updates soon