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24 June 2018

Recommended Reading for Parents

Hello Everybody! We hope your summer is off to a great start, and want to give you some interesting, and compelling reading to about an increasingly important issue as it relates to adult behaviours with Screen [...]

June Make-Up Schedule & Summer/Fall Notes

Hello Everybody, Apologies for the lateness in getting the make-ups organized.  With my extended absence, things have been slightly slowed up. Please visit the continuously updated version of the schedule over the coming days.  We [...]

26 April 2018

Recital Update and Fall Program Excitement!

Hello Everybody! Click to view the updated our recital programming for Sunday, April 29th.  ONE WEEK LEFT!  You should register by Thursday May 26th (please), especially as times are limited! Fall Choir and Percussion Ensembles [...]

11 February 2018

Long Weekend Reminder

Hello Everybody! This is just a reminder that the Family day week is coming, and that some things are on, while others are not.  The details are: SATURDAY  -  YES Lessons, NO Rock Band, NO [...]

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28 March 2016

Director’s Digest

Hello Everybody! Enjoy these new tidbits of trivia of musical and non-musical things in the world lately. Robots Modeled After Ants Pull Car Archimedes pointed out that with a lever he could move the world. He most likely would have been surprised to learn that a team of six microrobots, weighing just 3.5 ounces in total, could pull a car [...]

Director’s Digest

Hello Everyone! I hope you are having a great March Break. Enjoy some more tidbits! Michelle Obama Campaigns for Girls' Education Through Music Michelle Obama's open letter to change attitudes towards girls Michelle Obama is calling on people to do more to change attitudes around girls and education in an open letter ahead of speech at SXSW.   Listen [...]

March Break Tidbits

Hello Everyone, Here are some items that you may find interesting to read over the March Break! El Sistema - Going Strong Worldwide Sistema youth orchestra gets £2.5m funding A youth orchestra programme in three of Scotland's disadvantaged communities is to get £2.5m in Scottish government funding over the next four years. More Research Showing Support for Peanut Allergy Avoidance [...]

27 February 2016

Director’s Digest

Sprout Scout Being a new parent (or any kind of parent) can be a challenge, so here's a neat new-ish website that you might want to follow, which lists all the latest kids' products on the market, which are bumped to the top of a list based on community popularity.  This is neat, because it gives you a real sense [...]

23 January 2016

Maori Haka – Wedding Warrior Music

Maori Haka - Warrior Music at a Wedding It's easy to forget - in our very popularity based culture - that music comes from within, from all of us. In this very interesting clip, a traditional warrior chant and dance used to intimidate enemies, is presented at a wedding as a sign of respect. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lhhedH6wK6I The Traditional Haka Below is [...]

11 Year Old Piano Player Will Blow Your Socks Off

Music for Life As a Music School, we aren't looking to create prodigies or to get kids into a career in music.  We are certainly open to these things, but our goals are more life-skills oriented. What is real about Music Education? There is a lot of cultural acceptance of Music Education and lessons as a strong foundation for children [...]

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