Music Cats v2

Our industry-leading Music Cats® classes are LIVE and IN-PERSON at our large and safe studios!

We put the meow in ‘meowsic’ lessons! Okay, they are actually cat-free (but animal-themed), and our Music Cats® classes have been another sought-after music class for our youngest students and their families!

For students aged 4-5, Music Cats classes – by The Music Class® – build on the skills learned in Music Pups, feature the same spirited and fun environment, and include more challenging activities – specially designed to capitalize on the ability and creativity of our ‘big kids’. Also like Music Pups, each class is PARENTED, 45-minutes long, and materials provided include a digital download of the current Music Pups materials (limited hard copies may be available) PLUS an additional Music Cats a digital download of the ‘practice music’. Note: families already owning the appropriate Music Pups session materials only require the additional practice tracks.

We strongly encourage students interested in taking our Keyboard Adventures: the Safari classes, to take Music Cats first to better prepare them. The goals of Music Cats are:

  • Improved pitch and rhythm skills. In addition to Music Pups popular class style – singing and movement activities – Music Cats also includes more formal individualized tonal and rhythm instruction each week to challenge each student at their own level.
  • Development of critical listening skills, such as the ability to identify when notes are correct or incorrect when listening to familiar songs.
  • Learning about instruments. In Music Cats, the students are introduced to band and orchestra instruments, and practice identifying the sounds they produce. This is a great springboard for those interested in wind instruments and our new My First Instrument classes.
  • A student’s first keyboard experience. Fun keyboarding activities help prepare our students for future piano lessons should they choose that instrument to continue their musical growth on.
  • Development of creative listening skills. When listening to instrumental music, students are asked to use their imagination to create a picture in their mind of what the music makes them think of. These ideas are then developed into movement and story.

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Music Cats®
is a program of The Music Class®

Click on the links below for fee information or public registration for a Winter ‘Bear’ class!