Join Us For A Morning Of Musical Adventure!
Sing Play Learn – a FREE open-house event
Monday, January 20, 2020 (Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day) 10 AM – 12:30 PM
Bloomingdale School of Music 323 West 108th Street
Parents and children ages 3 months – 8 years are welcome to join us at Bloomingdale on Monday, January 20, 2020, from 10 am to 1230pm pm for a morning of musical adventure led by the school’s early education faculty. There also will be Instrument Discovery Classes for children ages 6-8 years.
10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Ages 0-3 with Shoshana
Ages 2-3 with Aaron
11:30 AM – 12:30 PM
Ages 2-3 with Shoshana
Ages 3-4 with Aaron
10:00 AM – 12:30 PM
Ages 5-8 with instrumental instructors on our upper floors
Through the use of percussion instruments, movement, listening, and singing, participants will be introduced to important concepts such as pitch, dynamics, and timbre.
Sing Play Learn provides a chance for parents to learn about Bloomingdale’s early education music programming while participating in musical activities at no charge.
No reservation is necessary but we ask that you kindly RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know your name and number of guests.
At Bloomingdale School of Music, Early Education classes are educational and fun for both students and parents. With experienced and caring instructors the school conducts age-appropriate activities with the goal of introducing young children to basic musical concepts. Motor control and inner hearing are also developed, enabling a natural transition to instrumental lessons.
At Bloomingdale, teachers are musicians. They are trained and certified in early childhood educational methods and are also instrumentalists who complement their teaching with musical demonstrations. Children develop at different rates, particularly when they are very young. The motor skills of a six-month-old are different from a 20-month-old. Therefore, classes are structured to specific age groups. Bloomingdale School of Music’s Early Childhood Program builds skills from one class to the next, preparing each child for instrumental instruction.