Early Childhood Music

A child's musical education begins with the melody and rhythm of the parent's voice. It continues with the support of family and school as voice, body and spirit begin to respond to and create music. Academy classes foster the development and refinement of general musical ability by providing an environment that is rich in the language of music. The activities learned in class are easily repeated at home, thus nurturing basic skills, strengthening the musical bond between child and caregiver, and building support for the future study of any instrument.

The summer session registration is now closed.

Please fill out our interest form if you would like information about our fall session. If you have been in our programs before or have filled out this form, you will receive information in the mail.

Summer Session Dates - 6 week session
  • Tuesday: June 6, 13, 20, 27, July 11, 18, 25*
  • Thursday: June 8, 15, 22, 29, July 13, 20, 27*

*Makeup dates in case of teacher illness. Children may miss a class due to illness, vacation, or family events; because most classes run at maximum enrollment, we do not offer makeup or switching options for absences.

Music for the Very Young (Birth-3 years; classes grouped by age)

Form a learning team with your child, aged birth to 3 years, as you explore rhythm and melody in fun classes that feature age-appropriate songs, games, and activities designed to give experience in basic musical concepts. This hands-on class utilizes traditional, folk and percussion instruments. Classes are grouped by age. Minimum 5 students, maximum 8 students per class.

Music for the Very Young - Siblings (1-5 years)

This family class encourages siblings, aged 1-5 years to have fun singing, playing instruments and sharing musical activities. Class is for a parent/caregiver and two children of different ages. Minimum 6 students, maximum 8 students per class.

Music and Movement (3-4 years)

This class provides a unique opportunity for your 3-4 year-old child to develop coordination, personal awareness and self-expression through imaginative movement to music. Minimum 5 students, maximum 8 students per class.


The institution will comply with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act and DPI's Nondiscrimination Provision for all students.

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