The Arts Center of the Ozarks in partnership with the Music Outreach Program at the University of Arkansas will be providing a unique music program called “Magic Note Music Studio.”
Magic Note Music Studio is a fun early childhood music program based on the belief that every child is musical and able to express him(her)self through music and movement. The program and its philosophy are based on research that underscore the additional benefits of a musical education; that is, music lessons nurture children’s cognitive, social, emotional, and physical development. Watch a video of what your child will learn!
From three to seven years of age, your child can grow with this program, especially developed for them, without pressure to perform, only encouragement to explore, express and discover. You will see a developmental evolution in language skills, emerging literacy, listening, problem solving, social skills, self-esteem and musicality! Children, who “graduate” from this program at age 7, progress easily into private music lessons. A lifelong love of music is also present.
In class your child will sing, play, learn how to use percussion and keyboard instruments, listen to music from various genres, and dance to musical activities specifically designed to stimulate early childhood development.
Music & Movement 3-4 years
Children will feel comfortable using their voice, body and instruments to produce and experience music as they build a strong musical foundation through songs, dance and notation exercises.
Beginning Piano 4-6 years
Small group piano classes focus on preparing students for private instruction. Each class is limited to 4-5 students and works on rhythm, notation and basic skills on piano.
Classes are held at the Art Center of the Ozarks
Address: 214 South Main Street, Springdale, AR 72764
Register today! Spring 2015 – Classes begin on February 3rd
Nikola Radan 479.575.4701
REGISTRATION & PAYMENT INFORMATION
Conference Services Registrar
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There will be an Open House held at the Arts Center of the Ozarks on Saturday, January 31 and Sunday February 1st from 12pm-2pm. This will give parents and children the opportunity to see how the classes are structured. Come and join us!