Everybody Wants to be a Cat! And musical cats are really cool, especially jazz cats. Little jazzers, bring your grownups and your cat ears. Groove and make music, dance and tell stories about our bebopping feline friends. Children ages 0-7. No money! The price of admission is one grown-up per child https://www.townofduck.com/event/jazz-story-time-rhythm-play/ Ascencion Music Academy
Elisabeth Writtenberry in recital, Sunday July 2nd at 3:00pm at Roanoke Island Presbyterian Church. Free and open to the public.
Recreational Music for Adults! Beginning April 30th – Introduction to Hawaiian Ukulele, by Lenn Pryor
Summer special packages combine convenience and flexibility with extraordinary discounts. Keep the music momentum going year-round.
In class, we are about the process of music making, rather than performance. Children are discovering their own musicality and learning musical concepts in age-appropriate, holistic ways. In class, we are about the process of music making, rather than performance. Children are discovering their own musicality and learning musical concepts in age-appropriate, holistic ways. Hearing and responding back to melodic patterns with the voice and to rhythmic patterns with instruments, experiencing a steady beat in body movements, listening closely to sounds to identify them, telling stories through sound and movement, dancing, singing folk songs and lullabies from around the world – these are just a few of the ways in which our youngest musicians begin developing their musicianship and musical skills. One child’s response to a new song might be singing, while another child’s equally good response might be listening. Music is its own reward.