We are now at the half-way mark of the spring collection, and working our way into summer. In the coming weeks, we’ll be asking you about your fall plans, and hope that you will indicate your re-registration for Fall classes!
To help you with your decision, please click here to download our preliminary (and very fluid) Music Together Schedule! We’ll be updating this, but it should give you a good idea about your existing class times.
Music Together Guitar for Parents
You’ll notice from the schedule that we are hoping to offer Music Together group classes for Parents, to learn how to play your Music Together songs on Guitar. This will also be an awesome way to get into playing guitar in general, which means you can make family life more musical all around!
Stay tuned for more information on how this develops, and if you have any questions, feel free to call the office.
Going back to work?
If you are going back to work and still want to do a class, and your existing time doesn’t quite work, please consider one of our other existing times, or let us know what times that are planned appeal to you. Your opinion helps us determine which times are best in our planning efforts!
Is someone turning 5?
If your child turns 5 while in the middle of a semester, that will be their last semester for our Mixed-Ages classes. Not because we don’t want them there, but rather because their development is now ready for a more sophisticated approach to music making!
If they are turning 5 during the summer, we invite you to register for now for Music Lessons on an instrument over the summer to test the waters, and for the Fall, so you can get a time that works for you. Call the office at 416-651-7529 now to get started.
Pairing Music Lessons with a more formal school setting is an amazing way to complement both activities. Click for more tips on getting the most out of Music Lessons, and a Parents’ Guide to why Private Lessons are Best for your child. You can also speak to Lisa or Barn for ideas about how to help your child choose their instrument (this is important!).