Age-appropriate classes teach skills such as singing, ear training, and playing the keyboard in groups of 10 or fewer
- Expires Sep 30, 2012
- Limit 1 per person, may buy 5 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Not valid until 8/7/12. Must start classes by 9/30/2012; classes expire 3 or 10 months from activation. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required. Extra $99 materials fee not included, portions can be refundable. Beginners only.
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- $125 for a three-month Music Wonderland course for a 3 year old or a Junior Music course for a child aged 4–5 (up to a $272 value)
- $329 for a 10-month Music Wonderland course for a 3 year old or a Junior Music course for a child aged 4–5 (up to a $785 value)
Music Wonderland meets weekly in a 45-minute session tailored to 3 year olds' attention spans, helping them develop music appreciation, rhythm, and concentration. In Junior Music, older preschoolers develop musical ability through writing, singing, and listening in a weekly one-hour class.
- $125 for a three-month Young Musicians music course for a child aged 6–8, held weekly for one hour (a $278 value). This course focuses on ear training, improvising, and composing.
- $339 for a 10-month Young Musicians music course for a child aged 6–8 (an $805 value)
See class schedules here. A $99 materials fee is required for each class; though not included in this Groupon, it may be partially refundable.Kanata Music Centre
Starting at age 2, children at Kanata Music Centre pick up music through immersion in a joyful world of rhythm, games, melody, and movement. Classes based on the Yamaha Music Education System begin with rhythm instruments and exercises that cultivate the powers of attention that students will need to develop an accurate ear and sound practice habits. As soon as preschoolers' motor skills have caught up with their inborn appreciation of Mozart, they'll be introduced to keyboard instruments and begin to make music with others. By the time they're in early elementary school, students are ready to progress to ensemble playing, music theory, and the composition skills needed to persuasively serenade college admissions boards.