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Music for Young Children!

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.

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Students Making Music in 2021

Student concerts in 2021 thus far have been a mixture of live and online events. Zoom live concerts – virtually! We held two Zoom-live concerts, one in January and one in March. Students participated from their homes in real-time, while family and friends near and far checked in to enjoy the shows. Audience members were…

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