What will your child have learned about music appreciation by the end of their first session?
* Your child will be able to recognize and tap or sing rhythm patterns using quarter notes, quarter rests, half notes, half rests, whole notes and whole rests.
* Your child will be familiar with several key classical composers from the Baroque, Classical, Romantic and 20th century periods, as well as, music from around the world.
* Your child will have had an opportunity to touch and play actual orchestral instruments.
* Your child will have a deeper appreciation for music as a part of their daily life.
First- graders who participated in special music classes as part of an arts study saw their reading skills and math proficiency increase dramatically.
Gardiner, M. F., Fox, A., Knowles, F., & Jeffrey, D. (1996). Learning improved by arts training. Nature, 381(6580), 284-284.
Deana has 20 years experience teaching private piano lessons. Bachelor Degree in Music Education from Dana School of Music at Youngstown State University. Experience as a licensed General Music teacher in the State of Ohio and in the Diocese of Cleveland Schools.
5 years teaching preschool music classes at Le Chaperone Rouge, Kiddie College and Marymount Preschool.
Making music is a human birthright. We are committed to providing the opportunity for all children to make music whether they have an initial talent or not.
People love to make music, and we all deserve a safe environment in which to explore our ideas and musical imaginations.
We meet students where they are emotionally, and their own desire motivates them to focus and accomplish amazing musical feats.