The first five years of life are a critical time for a child’s musical development. Without proper musical activity during this window the brain will have difficulty later in life with musical concepts. This class is an excellent way to ensure that a child will later have success learning an instrument and enjoy music deeply for a lifetime.
This class awakens children to the exciting world of music through singing activities, movement to music, drumming, listening to music of many styles, and exploring different instruments. A parent participates in the class with her or his pre-school age child to help build a family culture of music making together.
‘Musical Beginnings’ Pre-K Class Teacher
Natalie Faye Durham is a collaborative and solo pianist from the Boston area. Growing up, she studied at New England Conservatory's Preparatory School. In 2007, she moved to Utah to study at Brigham Young University, where she later graduated with a B.M. in Piano Performance. Natalie has performed and competed extensively throughout New England, including appearances at Weil Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall, Boston's Symphony Hall, and New England Conservatory’s Jordan Hall. While a student at Brigham Young University, she was featured as a soloist with the BYU Philharmonic Orchestra. Among others, Natalie has studied with pianist Scott Holden and members of the Chiara Quartet, Boston Trio, and Julliard String Quartet.
Oct 2–Dec 16, 2017
Jan 15–Mar 24, 2018
Apr 9–Jun 16, 2018
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|Musical Beginnings||Semester Tuition|
|First child in family||$125.00|
|Second child in family||$95.00|