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Little Music Makers

Little Music Makers: Spring I 2019 Free

Little Music Makers is an 8-week program designed for children ages 3 - 5 years old and their parents.

How are parents involved? At a young age, children learn best by modeling. By watching you
participate, they will gain a deeper understanding of each activity and be more engaged in
music making. You will also learn ways to bring music learning into your home throughout the

What will they learn? We will sing songs, play instruments, dance and move to music, and learn
foundational music concepts.

Why music? Research has shown that learning music at a young age not only makes better
musicians, but it can help children excel in language development, gross and fine motor
movement, social skills, and more!

Kids Group Guitar

Kids Group Guitar (ages 8 - 12): Spring I 2019 Free

Learn to play the guitar without having to buy a guitar. We’re so sure your child will LOVE learning to play the guitar that he or she will want to stick with it. That’s why we’re offering a 6-week Beginning Guitar Class which includes a FREE loaner guitar with case (deposit required). Class tuition includes a music book and a guitar pick.

Kids Group Guitar Jr. (ages 5 - 7): Spring I 2019 Free

This beginning guitar class is catered specifically toward young children. A child-size guitar is available for a $50 refundable security deposit. Class tuition includes a lesson book and a guitar pick.

Mozingo Rock University

Mozingo Rock University: Spring I 2018 Free

The Mozingo Rock University provides St. Louis Metro Area Students a rock band experience for learning and jamming together with their fellow students. It is a rock band program for vocalists, guitarists, bassists, drummers, and keyboardists between the ages of 10 and 17. Students will enjoy a supportive and motivating environment in which to learn, feel inspired to excel and to help their band to victory at their next gig.

MRU will be held at both store locations with several times to choose from. At the end of the 9-week session, student bands will perform an end of session concert at a local venue. Students will be asked to help promote the show to family, friends, and the general public. Various opportunities for performances before, after, and throughout the 9-week sessions will sometimes occur. Bands will be asked (at the director’s discretion) to perform. These will generally be community and PR performances that help promote the MRU program.