FOSTERING CREATIVITY, NURTURING DEVELOPMENT
The Conservatory Early Childhood Music Program is a sequential continuum of classes that allow each young child to develop at his or her own pace. Child-centered and based on active involvement in making and responding to music, progression through classes is determined by the child. Classes are designed to be repeated in order to reinforce musical concepts in the context of new songs, improvisations, and activities that offer challenge and variety. Group class registration occurs at the beginning of each semester via this website or by calling us at 651-224-2205.
Meet the faculty that will help to shape your child’s musical skills.
- Mon, Sep 12,
4:45 pm - 5:30 pm
Have fun learning to play ukulele in this class open to all ages.
- Ages 5-7
Tue, Sep 13,
- Ages 8-12
Tue, Sep 13,
The Saint Paul Children’s Chorus offers a challenging choral program for boys and girls ages 5 to 12. Each choral session includes general musicianship, sight-reading, vocal technique and both unison and two part singing.
Wed, Sep 14,
In this multiple-age class, we will explore musical movement and instruments in large and small groups. Musical Explorers is perfect for siblings as well as children who need a little more time with their caregiver before feeling comfortable participating independently in our other classes.
- Wed, Sep 14,
9:45 am - 5:00 pm
Join the fun with your child in musical play and exploration activities: singing, dancing, playing simple instruments. Your child will discover musical concepts with supportive adult models in a relaxed, playful environment.
- Wed, Sep 14, - Wed, Jan 4,
The fundamentals of basic musicianship develop naturally in the context of songs, rhymes, improvisation, and movement exploration. Your child will develop confidence, music skills, and familiarity with music symbols.