Music classes are a great way for young learners to develop their fine motor, gross motor, communication, and social/emotional skills. Each class will include a variety of sung and played repertoire, instrument exploration, and small and large movement activities, all while giving children a solid foundation for a lifetime of music making. With their peers and parents/caregivers, students will:
Sing fun and age appropriate songs and rhymes
Develop listening skills
Learn basic music concepts
Play percussion instruments
Combine movement and dance with music
Sarah Henrich is a choral educator who recently moved to Knoxville from Wisconsin. In Milwaukee, she worked with a team of educators at The Wisconsin Conservatory of Music, teaching early childhood classes, general music classes, voice lessons, and directing choirs in Milwaukee’s schools. Sarah is an advocate for music education for all students and believes that music helps children to grow in their self-expression and creativity, as well as supports cognitive, physical, and social/emotional development.
8-week sessions are held throughout the year, and run on Thursdays and Saturdays, following the schedule below:
Babies (4-11 mo.): 30 minutes, 9:00-9:30
1-year-olds: 30 minutes, 9:45-10:15
2-year-olds: 30 minutes, 10:30-11:00
Preschoolers and Families (Ages 4 mo.-5 years): 45 minutes, 11:15-12:00
$60 tuition for babies, 1 and 2-year-olds
$70 for Preschoolers and Families ($10 for each additional sibling ages 3 and up)
$10 Drop-in rate for any class
Space is limited, so don’t delay in contacting Sarah at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up! She is also happy to answer specific questions you might have.