Join Us for an Open House
Call 518-459-7799 to sign up for one of the following times:
Wednesday, January 9, at 10 a.m. (ages 2–4)
Friday, January 11, at 1:00 p.m. (ages 2–4)
Sunday, January 13, at 1:00 p.m. (ages 3–7)
Young children have an innate affinity for music, and they absorb new concepts quickly and easily. Music for the Young classes are a great way to get them started, in small, short-term classes grouped by age. Two-and three-year-olds will be captivated by songs, dances, instruments, rhythm games, and slightly older children will thrill to the puzzle of musical notation.
MUSIC FOR 2-YEAR-OLDS
Classes for 2-year-olds provide parent and child a heritage of traditional tunes, folk songs, finger games, and nursery rhymes from their grandparents’ time and just yesterday, creating a delightful family legacy of shared music. The classes are small so parent and child focus on one another—and the music. Classes are 50 minutes and meet for four sessions. Tuition: $90
MUSIC FOR 3- and YOUNG 4-YEAR-OLDS
This is a fun-filled discovery course that enables 3-year-olds and young 4-year-olds to begin to unleash the music within. Children and their parents joyfully participate in activities involving singing, rhythm, movement, ear training, keyboard, and other instruments. Classes are 60 minutes and meet for four sessions. Note that each of these classes covers different material; they can be taken in succession. Tuition: $98
LET’S BEGIN: FOR 4–7-Year-Olds
An introduction to The Music Studio’s school year Foundation Program, Let’s Begin is designed for children ages 4-7. Although the course is complete in itself, it also enables both students and parents to experience, in a short term course, the varied musical activities and shared reactions that are part of the Foundation Program. Students are grouped by age and meet once a week for 1 hour. Parents attend class with their children and participate with them in many of the class activities: Singing, ear training, rhythm, movement, keyboard orientation, note reading, ensemble, and composition. Tuition: $98.