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Making Music

Making Music classes are designed for children ages 5-7. The skills learned in these classes help students prepare for instrumental study. These classes include all types of active music making and learning, including singing, moving, listening, improvisation, and performing on percussion and tonebar instruments. In addition, students will have the opportunity to hear and explore instruments that they could study, such as piano, violin, flute, clarinet and cello.

The skills learned in these classes will help to prepare the students for instrumental study, and the exposure to the instruments will help them to make a good choice as to which instrument they might want to learn. These classes are a next logical step for children who are too old for the Early Childhood Music Program but have the desire to continue their music study.

2017 Mini Session (April 24 - May 27, 2017)

Tuition is $84 per student (no registration fee)

Registration for the 2017 mini session begins April 3, 2017.


Monday 4:30 p.m. - Katie Burk

Making Music Flier (PDF)

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