Discovering Music ~ Family Music Time

Discovering Music ~ Family Music Time

Ages 18 months - 3 years
 
Campus Falmouth
 
Dates & Times July 10-Aug. 21
Registration See Class Schedule
(Below)
Tuition: $91

A fun morning class for children and their caregivers to sing, move, and play! This research-based, inspiring program is founded on experiencing & learning music in a similar, natural progression to experiencing & learning language. Children will play, sings songs, and move to the music in an encouraging and inspiring environment with the joy of their caregivers making music with them, and the support of the teaching artist. This rich musical setting will serve as a platform for music-making at home, providing song and game ideas for parents to use with their children to guide them in developing a love and an “ear” for music at a young age!

For infants, toddlers, and their caregivers

A research-based music program where children sing, move, and play

Children develop a love of and an “ear” for music at a young age!

Falmouth Campus  |  July 10 - Aug. 21

Ages 6 mos - 18 mos.  |  Wednesdays, 9-9:30 AM  |  Register
Ages 18 mos. - 3 years  |  Wednesdays, 10-10:30 AM  |  Register

Korey Charles
(Trumpet, Ukulele, Group Music)
Korey Charles - Trumpet, Ukulele, Group Music

Mr. Charles is an advocate for music education in early childhood, and he loves to share how music impacts brain development!   

First Steps in Music certification
Masters in Kodaly from the University of Hartford

Mr. Charles teaches kindergarten through fourth-grade music in the Falmouth School district, and can also be seen music directing at St. Anthony's church and with the Falmouth Theater Guild at Highfield Theater.  He is also a former trumpet player and junior enlisted conductor of the MA 215th Army Band.  With the Falmouth Schools, Mr. Charles teaches choir, beginner band, and beginner ukulele.  He studied music education and trumpet at the University of Massachusetts Amherst and has his Masters in Kodaly from the University of Hartford.  He is also a certified First Steps in Music and Conversational Solfege teacher.  Mr. Charles is an advocate for music education in early childhood, and he loves to share how music impacts brain development!