Course Description
Toddler Tunes (ages 18 mo. to 3 years old)
30 minutes weekly
A joyful first music experience. Tots and parents share in a music-making program of rhythms, finger plays, active movement games, keyboard exploration and singing.

Music in Me & More Music In Me (ages 3 - 4)
2 - 16 week programs, 45 minutes weekly
Music in Me is a dynamic readiness program for young children with emphasis on ear training, solfege singing, movement, keyboard activities, pitch and rhythm awareness. Creativity is stressed. Parent involvement in class and at home.

Hello Music (ages 3 - 4 )
4 - 45 min. sessions
Hello Music offers an introduction to solfege singing, movement, rhythm, keyboard playing, and creative activities. This program gives the child a strong readiness for continued musical involvement. Parents share in class time.

Musictime (ages 4 - 5 )
4 - 45 min. sessions
Musictime offers an introduction to solfege singing, movement, rhythm, keyboard playing, and creative activities. This program gives the child a strong readiness for continued musical involvement. Parents share in class time.

Harmony Road (ages 41/2 - 6)
A 2-year program, 55 minutes weekly
The Harmony Road course is carefully constructed for children to learn the basic building blocks of music. Emphasis is on ear training, solfege singing, keyboard playing, ensemble and rhythm activities,movementand music creativity. This exceptional course gives the student "inner hearing", which makes transposing, improvisation and composing easily accessible in their musical studies. Parent involvement in class and at home.

 

 

 

 

 

Young Musician Intro (ages 6 - 7 )
Students learn beginning music concepts through singing, ear training, note reading, keyboard solo and ensemble playing, rhythm ensemble and creative activities. This course provides a strong basis for further musical study. Parents share in class time.

The Young Musician (ages 6 - 7)
A two year program, 55 minutes weekly
The Young Musician course introduces beginning students to keyboard performance and note reading in a holistic program, including the organized development of pitch, rhythm, solfege singing, keyboard and movement activities. Parent involvement in class and at home.

Keyboard Prep Intro (ages 8 - 11)
4 - 45 min. sessions
An exciting introduction to keyboard / piano playing. Sessions include ear training, solfege singing, note reading, composing, and solo and ensemble playing. Parents are involved.

Keyboard Prep (ages 8 - 10)
A 11/2 year program, 55 minutes weekly
The Keyboard Prep course is designed for children ages 8 through 10 who are studying music for the first time. This motivating program develops the student's basic musicianship skills through ear training, solfege singing, keyboard performance and writing music. Parent involvement encouraged.

Keyboard Musician (advanced course)
A 2-year program, 55 minutes weekly
The Keyboard Musician course is for students who have completed Harmony Road Book 4, Young Musician Book 4 or Keyboard Prep Book 3. Students continue to develop performance skills through the study of varied repertoire styles, technical studies, sight-reading songs and three and four part ensembles. Ear trainings expanded to include dictation, recognition of tonal centers and chord progressions. Transposing becomes an easily accessible activity. Students learn to accompany themselves while singing solfege. Two part singing and artistic repertoire encourage expressive musicianship. Harmonic training develops an understanding of accompaniment styles. Students are given step by step techniques to develop their own creativity through music composition. In this program students become acquainted with major composers and their place in music history. Parent involvement encouraged.

Junior Music Camp (Summer - Ages 4 - 6)
Junior Music Camp provides an activity oriented musical experience for four to six year olds. Camps meet two hours daily for one week. Each day a different theme is explored through music and craft activities. Focus themes include Teddy Bears, Dinosaurs, Carnival of Animals, Peter and the Wolf, and The Nutcracker.