Yamaha Young Musicians Course (Ages 6-9 yrs.)
What You Need To Know
Class meets for 60 minutes a week during the school year with Miss Paula.
This class is available on Tuesday at 6:35 pm. This class will begin Tuesday, August 31. Parent participation is not required, but we recommend parent attendance for the first two classes. A piano or keyboard in the home is required for your child to practice. The cost of this class is $640 plus materials and class registration.
To Register, complete the online Registration Form below by Aug 20, 2021. Note that the class fills fast and is first come, first served based on completion of form and first installment payment. This class is now waitlist only.
To Complete Your Payment, go to Tuition & Supplies, add the needed items to your cart and check out.
For additional class questions, call 920.734.1969, or email education@HeidMusic.com.
The Yamaha Young Musicians Course differs from many others. Unlike private lessons, this class is a group class. Developed and used for more than 50 years, Yamaha has continued to evolve and grow this group class through research in the U.S., Japan, Canada and many other countries around the world.
The Young Musicians Course, geared for 6 to 9 year olds, allows children to participate in group and individual activities that teach basic musical skills and encourage independence, creativity and self-expression. The course appeals to the imagination of a young mind and becomes an integral part of your child's growth.
The curriculum focuses on the use of a keyboard. However, the class activities are designed to develop a well-rounded musician, allowing children to use these skills with any instrument. The students who continue through the Yamaha program are often better musicians because of the skills they learn in this class. By having group classes and ensembles, it teaches children to listen to all parts and classmates. This helps them excel in music classes and in school because they are required to listen to the group as a whole and blend with each other.
Course activities include ensemble playing (group performance), repertoire (keyboard pieces), keyboard harmony and technique, ear training, sight singing and theory.
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