Current Kindermusik Schedules Offered
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and ENROLL in your desired class group.
Each week, you and your child will look forward to making music with your friends, and wonder which songs, dances, activities, instruments and props for musical play that Ms. Debbie will be sharing!
Foundations: Tiny to Toddling
Level 1: Active Explorers
Level 2: Emerging Learners
Level 3-4: Independent & Imaginative
Level 5: Young Musicians
Mixed age Evening Group
Choose a consistent weekly class group, and bring home new music, books, activity books, instruments, and more to add musical life to your daily routines.
You and your child are eagerly invited to Schedule a Visit to one of these classes to be a part of our magical music making.
Your music-loving young clan can jump in on ONE or more of these one-time events, offered ONE Saturday each month. You will enjoy songs and activities in our delightful family groups to celebrate unique seasons.
- 9:30 – babies to 20 m.
- 10:30 – Mixed ages 1 – 5 yrs.
Jan: Winter Wonderland
Feb: Share the Love
Apr: Earth – We Love You !
May: Mom’s Garden Party
June: Dad’s Safari Adventure
July: Zoo Train
Aug: Campout !
Sept: Hoedown Hootenanny
Oct: Pumpkin Party
Nov: Frolicsome Fall
Dec: Jingle Jangle Gingerbread
You will have 10 new recordings to match the activities we’ll enjoy in class, an instrument or seasonal prop, and a Sharing Sheet full of inspiration, ideas and more to infuse music in your family life throughout the month.
Just $20 for 1 child. Add $10 for Siblings getting extra instrument.
Not available to preview for free, but new families get $5 off or second child free.
Details still being prepared for 2018.
Babies: Busy Days
Level 2 & Families: Zoo Train
Level 3-4: Carnival of Music
Level 5: Tell Me a Tale
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As an orchestra teacher and violinist, I know how invaluable it is for young musicians to be able to keep a steady beat at different tempos, to be able to match pitch while singing (or playing), and to be able to follow directions in a group setting—all skills Debbie teaches and reinforces right from the beginning. My son has been given the gift of a great foundation for his future musical studies and other life adventures!Sarah Morrison