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Music Explorers 2023
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Group Classes For Ages 3 – 5 At Northwest School Of Music
All music instruction begins with basic musical preparation. The Music Explorers curriculum teaches developmentally-appropriate material aligned with the National Music Standards specific to children aged 3-5. And it is FUN! We will sing, dance and play classroom instruments within the child’s comfortable world of colors, shapes and pre-reading symbols.
How it works
Our classes are an 8-week program where 5-10 children meet each week for a 45-minute class
Little ones are encouraged to attend class all by themselves, but parents are always welcome to watch.
Musical concepts such as steady beat, tone matching, listening skills, coordination, musical vocabulary, singing and playing classroom instruments are all taught by a music education professional.
““When I chose to learn bass, the teacher I was assigned was Matthew. We played together once a week for nearly two years; every time we met in person and every time we got on a skype call, I improved every time.”
“I have the pleasure of taking voice lessons with Amanda, and guitar lessons with Geena. They are both fantastic teachers! ”
“Both my children take lessons at Northwest. They love the instructors and the lessons. I could not be more pleased with the program! ”
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What dates will this class run?
March 21-May 9
What days of the week will this class meet?
Tuesdays with two time slots. One at 3:30-4:15pm and the other 4:30-5:15pm. We are planning on offering free demo classes on March 7 at the times listed above. Amanda Thomas will be teaching the class.
What ages does this class serve?
Ages 3-5 years.
How much will it cost?
The 8 week session is $175.
Who will be teaching the class?
The class will be taught by Amanda Thomas. Amanda first began her journey with music as a junior high student who recognized that no singing opportunities existed in her rural Idaho town for someone her age. She insisted on joining the high school choir with her older sister and formed a life-long love of singing and playing numerous instruments. As an educator, Amanda believes in loving the process and making learning a life-long joy. Amanda’s approach blends theory, aural skills, music history, and movement to create a strong foundation that allows students to move from playing what is on the page to making their own compositions. While Amanda was trained in opera, she takes pride in fostering the individual talents of each student, whether it is in the style of Broadway, Disney, folk, gospel, or country.