Photo: Izzy on French music day
Not Just a Class – an Adventure
Musicologie Junior is a group class for toddlers and their parents, guardians or caretakers. At each 40 minute class, we’ll sing songs, move our bodies, dance to different styles of music, read sing-along books, and play lots of musical instruments while your child reinforces her naturally-developing senses of rhythm, melody, rhyme, speech, and movement! We’ll incorporate methods from Kodaly, Dalcroze, and Orff. Ages 0-5.
How it works
Junior is $68 per month for one class per week. Plus you get one free guest pass per month so you can bring a sibling or a friend.
Just want to try it out to see how your little one likes it? Your first class is free! Sign up for a class now!
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Have questions about registering? Email Kay: Kay@musicologielessons.com
My son LOVES Musicologie’s toddler class! Miss Kay and Miss Cindy have great energy and the lessons are diverse, well-paced, and lots of fun! We’re looking forward to the next session
Meet the Teacher
Musicologie Junior was created by Kay Barker. Kay studied piano, voice and psychology at Hope College. She co-owns Musicologie and has more than 10 years of teaching experience. Junior classes are led by Kay.
Musicologie Junior takes place in both our Grandview and Westerville studios, in a large community room with exciting instruments including a piano, an organ, an accordion, drums, percussion, toy pianos, violins, guitars, and more.
The Methods Behind the Experience
It’s important to us that your child’s musical education is built on tried-and-true methods of musical learning. By blending concepts and curriculum of all of these approaches, our Musicologie Junior classes build each child’s innate sense of rhythm and melody and encourages future musical experimentation and exploration.
Musicologie Junior was developed specifically for very young children using the concepts and music of the three major approaches to children’s music learning: Dalcroze Eurhythmics, the Kodaly method, and the Orff Approach.