Kids Music Classes in Cedar Park, TX
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Our Approach to Kids Music Classes at Velocity Music Academy
New Group Music & Movement Classes Offered! We are pleased to announce that we are offering new Group Music & Movement Classes for 2022!
These classes are geared for our younger children from 6 weeks to 5 years old. Infant and toddler classes will be accompanied by one parent or caregiver. Preschoolers must be fully potty-trained for drop-off classes. Each Music & Movement Class (MMC) will be 45 minutes and meet weekly according to the normal Velocity Music Academy calendar.
Skills Improvement for Children
● Listening skills
● Language skills
● Social skills (self expression, self esteem, empathy and group cooperation)
● Pre-reading skills
● Counting skills
● Multi-cultural awareness skills
Music Lessons Should Be Fun!
We know that an interest in music may be what first brings you into our school – but having fun is what keeps you coming back!
Here at Velocity Music Academy, our goal is for every student to LOVE their music lessons as they embark on a rewarding journey of progress and discovery.
We put the “fun” in fundamentals!
We Emphasize Healthy Technique
Healthy technique is critical to lifelong enjoyment of the piano.
Our first priority is teaching strong fundamentals, including hand, wrist and arm technique, bench position, and pedaling.
We believe that full-body instruction is essential to musicianship and safeguards students from injury.
Meet the Music Teacher:
Beth Raschke, a seasoned teacher in early childhood music will be leading each class in song, dance, finger-plays, music games and more with the use of age-appropriate rhythm instruments, scarves, toys, colorful books and props.
Ms. Beth sings a cappella with the children until they can sing along. She also uses recorded music from a wealth of resources. You and your child will learn the “best of the best” of early childhood music!
What you can expect
1. Enroll your child.
2. Our instructor will learn more about them.
3. Play music! Parents get progress reports, kids have fun!
L.C. | Parent
“My son is working with Abby to learn to play the cello, and we are both so happy to be working with such a talented and kind person!”