Music for Young Children
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Music for Young Children

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Musikgarten

  • Sing, play instruments, dance, and imagine
  • Uses Montessori principles to foster active listening, taking turns, and building confidence in self-expression
  • Teaches age-appropriate ear training and music language, laying a foundation for future instrumental or vocal lessons

    Instructors
    : Leala Blakeley and Jessica King

Family Music for Babies: Saturdays 1010:30 am (0-18 months)
Family Music for Toddlers: Saturdays 10:3011 am (18 mos-3 years)
Cycle of Seasons: Saturdays 10:1511 am (3-5 years)
At Home in the World: Saturdays 11:1512 pm (4-7 years)

Tuition: $85 per student per 6-week session (or $160 for two sessions)
Materials fee: $25 per family

Piano Lessons

  • Ages 3 and up, adults welcome
  • Costs range from $22 to $28 per half-hour lesson; longer lessons also available
  • Register by 16-week semester (some offerings may vary or offer flexible semesters and prorating)
  • Lesson days and times vary by instructor
  • Suzuki Piano available for preschool students (focusing on listening skills and playing by ear)

Childbloom Guitar Program

Violin Lessons

  • Ages 4 and up, adults welcome
  • Costs range from $22 to $28 per half-hour lesson; longer lessons also available
  • Register by 16-week semester (some offerings vary or offer flexible semesters and prorating)
  • Lesson days and times vary by instructor
  • Suzuki Violin available for preschool students (focusing on listening skills and playing by ear)

Vocal Lessons

  • Ages 6 and up, adults welcome
  • Costs range from $22 to $28 per half-hour lesson; longer lessons also available
  • Register by 16-week semester (some offerings vary or offer flexible semesters and prorating)
  • Lesson days and times vary by instructor

Group Voice Classes

Young Beginners: 5K – 1st grade; Tuesdays 3:00-3:45 pm

  • $200 for sixteen 45-minute classes
  • Learn a variety of age-appropriate vocal music
  • Practice with both solos and ensembles
  • Perform for peers in a nurturing environment
  • At least one recital performance per semester

Instructor: Suzanne Brown