How does my child learn music?

    Research has shown that music is learned similar to how language is learned. Before children learn to speak, think, read, and write language, students need lots of exposure, experience, and experimentation with language. Similarly, children need to hear a wide variety of music and experiment with music before they can sing, audiate, move to and eventually read and write music as adults know it.

    The goal of this music instruction is to provide students with an enriched and challenging music experience which will serve as a readiness and foundation for music instruction and a lifetime of musical enjoyment.