Our wonderful Music Together in the Valley teachers are fun-loving, multi-talented individuals who have widely varied backgrounds in music, dance, theater and education. Interested in becoming a part of this amazing, dynamic group? We're always looking for potential Music Together teachers who might be a great fit for our program. Call Clarice at Clarice Wilson, center director and teacher for the past fifteen years, has a Ph. Music Together is her third career, started after first teaching at the U of M for many years then doing hands-on community development in a village in rural India where she helped the local women start a preschool and a high school for girls. It was teaching songs to the children in the village preschool that started Clarice on the path toward Music Together. She discovered that for her, the combination of music and children is irresistible. Clarice remembers the annual family road trips when she was growing up as one long sing-along featuring the world's longest versions of She's Been Comin' Round the Mountain, Swing Low, Sweet Chariot and I've Been Workin' on the Railroad, often in six-part harmony in her family of six.
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Our playful music classes for kids support every child, no matter their learning style or stage of development. Each weekly class includes lots of music activities especially created for young children, led by a trained teacher who inspires everyone to join in the fun. Then sign up to visit a class free and experience it for yourself! Babies Music Class : For infants under 9 months. Open up the world of music-learning for your new little one. Mixed-age Music Class : For kids birth through five and their grownups.
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Please check out www. Music Fun is a place for families to enjoy music with their children, regardless their music abilities. It is fun for parents, fun for the kids, and laying down the foundation for musical learning. Each class provides 45 minutes of music fun in a non-performance-oriented environment. Each semester is 10 weeks long no class on Thanksgiving week. Teacher Grace Lukman loves children and loves music. The program has enrolled more than 80 children and produced a new generation of young musicians who perform, compose, and record their music.
Working as a pediatric nurse, she was insprired by the effect music had on her patients and switched to a career in Early Childhood Music in Joan keeps busy with her family of beloved humans and pets. How did you first get into music? I spent the majority of my childhood annoying my family with constant singing; my sister and I would make up ridiculous songs and laugh hysterically over them. I felt like I won the lottery when I started taking piano lessons in 1st grade, which led to studying piano and vocal performance through college. When did you realize you loved teaching? During college, I started wondering if I really wanted the performance life. I switched gears completely and worked as a pediatric nurse for over 10 years before I let my interest in Music Therapy draw me back to the world of music. I so loved working with little kids and their parents, and teaching Early Childhood Music was all the joy of music without the obsessive, competitive nature of performance life. I find it particularly fascinating to watch a child work through the details of a song; every kiddo has a different way of taking it in, and I find a lot of joy in that process.