Music & Movement for Families (Infants to 3 years old)
In-person and remote options for 2021-22. Music & Movement for Families is designed for you and your children (up to 3 years old) to share music and learning together! Inspired by Dalcroze Eurhythmics methods, you will all enjoy playful activities and learn musical elements using new and traditional songs along with classical music. During the classes we'll sing songs, learn how to actively listen to music, express musical elements using our bodies, and play small instruments. Parents (or caregivers) partner with their kids in musical games and dance together.
During the class, children absorb the sounds and rhythms while having fun being musical with movement games and guided activities. As they progress, kids learn rhythms with drums and small percussion instruments as well as with scarves, playground balls, and other fun props. Even infants benefit from the class by feeling the beat while being rocked to the music.
Each participating family should order a music kit with instruments for use during the class, whether choosing the in-person or remote option.
Note: This program can accept new students until the fourth class of the session. Tuition will be prorated.
Tuition per session, per family: $220 (8 classes - 45 minutes) + purchase of music kit
Registrations accepted online or by telephone at 781-721-2950. These 8-week classes are non-sequential—new students are welcome in any session.
Class Day & Time:
|Wednesday||10:00 - 10:45 AM||Eiko Ishizuka||8 weeks
||Begins Sept. 8
||In-person or Remote|
|Saturday||9:15 - 10:00 AM||Eiko Ishizuka||8 weeks||Begins Sept. 11||In-person|
|Saturday||11:45 AM - 12:30 PM||Eiko Ishizuka||8 weeks||Begins Sept. 11
|Wednesday||10:00 - 10:45 AM||Eiko Ishizuka||8 weeks||Begins Nov. 10||In-person or Remote|
|Saturday||9:15 - 10:00 AM||Eiko Ishizuka||8 weeks||Begins Nov. 13||In-person|
|Saturday||11:45 AM - 12:30 PM||Eiko Ishizuka||8 weeks||Begins Nov. 13||In-person|
* For further registration details and policies, including cancellation of under-enrolled classes, click here.