Yamaha Junior Musicians Course (Ages 4-5 yrs.)

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What You Need To Know

Class meets for 60 minutes a week during the school year on Tuesdays at 5:25 p.m.. To ensure effective at-home learning, parent participation in the class is required. We also strongly encourage that each family invest in a piano or keyboard for your child to practice at home.

To Complete Your Payment, choose to pay in monthly installments of $72 (additional material charges), or pay in full; tuition of $610. This information will be specified on your registration form.

To Register, simply print and complete our New Student Registration Form (due Aug. 27) and mail to 308 E. College Ave., Appleton, WI 54911

For additional questions, call  920.831.4990, x 140, or email Jeannine.Krause@HeidMusic.com.

About

The Yamaha Junior Musicians Course is a group class, developed and used for more than 50 years. Yamaha has continued to evolve and grow this very course through research in the U.S., Japan, Canada and many other countries around the world.

Geared to 4 and 5 year olds, this course was created to help children naturally develop their musical abilities and creative expression, as they learn to make the most of their sense of hearing.

The curriculum focuses on the use of a keyboard and encourages creativity to help instill the basis for playing and expression through the feeling and understanding of music.

Class activities are designed to develop a well-rounded musician, allowing children to use these skills no matter the instrument they choose to play. Group classes and ensembles teach children to listen, helping them excel as a listener and overall student in school, tuning in to the group as a whole and blending with other students.

Course activities include ensemble playing (group performance, repertoire (keyboard pieces, keyboard harmony and technique, ear training and arranging, sight singing and theory.

 

 

Additional Resources

New Student Registration Form
Registration is due Aug. 27, 2018

Full-color Brochure

Parent Letter

Policy Guide