I'm sorry, we've had to cancel the fall 2020 semester altogether. Look for us again for the winter or spring, 2021!
Outdoor/Zoom classes will be outdoors to start. We will social distance on our own family blankets or tarps. Children will not be expected to wear masks, adults are encouraged to. Please plan to bring your own "instruments" - we will let you know ahead of time what you will need, and have suggestions for homemade or "found" substitutions if you do not have access to commercially-made instruments. 10 weeks, 45 minutes classes.
When the weather stops cooperating, we will switch to Zoom classes for the remainder of the semester.* *(There is a small possibility of continuing in-person classes in a large indoor space.)
Music Together® Online Zoom classes are online for the entire semester, for extra safety in this Covid-19 era. Also, no need to travel! You'll "meet" your classmates virtually. Classes will be recorded (teacher only) so if you miss a class, you can still participate in it with your family, or make it up by participating in one of the other Zoom classes. 10 weeks, 45 minutes classes.
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LAWRENCE LOCATIONS (Outdoor/Zoom):
Tuesday and Saturday: First Baptist Church, 1330 Kasold, Lawrence, KS.
Thursday: Oread Friends Meeting Hall, 1146 Oregon St., Lawrence, KS, or other nearby outdoor space.
SCHEDULE IS BELOW. REGISTER HERE. If the class you want is full, please sign up on the waiting list and/or let us know - a spot may open up or additional class sections may be added if demand is there.
Questions? Contact the director, Karen, at 785-393-3575 or by email at email@example.com. Be sure to include your email or phone number and your name.
A note to parents:
Our classes are geared towards providing a musical immersion experience for your children. Just like language learning, musical learning happens best in a full-immersion approach. To this end, we ask that you refrain as much as possible from talking in class, either with your spouse, other parents, or with your children. If you must communicate with your child or another adult, please try to do it non-verbally, or as a last resort, in a singing voice. Your children are especially attuned to your speaking voice (you may not think they are listening to you, but they are!!) and are easily distracted by it. And remember: Children learn more from what you do than what you say. Be a model of attentive music making.
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