In Person Classes: There are No Refunds after the first class once materials have been handed out.

TUITION ASSISTANCE: We offer a limited number of scholarships for families who are unable to pay full tuition rate. Please Contact Us for more details.

YES, YOUR CHILD CAN MOVE AROUND! Children are allowed to move freely during the class - it's your house. I ask that you, as the caregiver, monitor your child's activity shile online to insure his/her personal safety and the safety of others. You can either stay in the circle and model your enthusiasm and enjoyment of the music, or you can bring the activity to him/her wherever he/she moves about. If he/she becomes disruptive, try to redirect him/her back to that musical activity at hand as best as you can. Feel free to take your child out of the classroom for a minute or two if he/she is having a difficult time. This can help him/her tremendously to calm down if that is what he/she needs. Please remember that we are all parents and know what it is like for a child to have difficult time at one time or another so it is most certainly not something to be embarrassed about if it should happen.

ROLE MODEL! As adults we often have the impulse to control our child's movements and manipulate their limbs; for example, clapping their hands for them or shaking their instrument for them. This is neither necessary nor encouraged, since it restricts the child from reacting spontaneously to the musical environment. (An exception to this may be with those children who have special needs and do not have voluntary control of their limbs.) Our extensive research shows that role modeling and caregiver participation is essential to musical development in children. By simply relaxing and enjoying the process of making music yourself, YOU are the best model for your children in class. Some children will participate in all of the activities, some will observe. Please respect the unique style of your child.