Get ready to play, sing, dance and groove with your tot! This marks the second installment of our monthly series led by Maria and Marc.
The sessions, which are 50 minutes long, offer children a chance to have fun with music. The class is free and open to parents and their children between the ages of six months and three-years-old. Instruments and snacks will be provided.
These sessions will focus on Israeli and Spanish music and other sessions will cover different genres ranging from Classical and Jazz to Pop and more! Tots and their parents will create rhythms with different instruments and get their bodies moving.
“Music is a great way for kids and parents to have fun together,” says Karen Notovitz, program director and rising opera-star at the New England Conservatory who developed the program. She will be leading the sessions starting in the fall. To sign up, email firstname.lastname@example.org.+ More... - Less...
55 Martha Rd
Boston, MA 02114
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