Level 3

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Age Range: 3 years - 5 years
Class Structure: Once a week, parents join in for last 15min of class
Class Length: 45 minutes
Class Size: 8


Level 3 classes engage preschoolers’ natural love of music and activate their imaginations. A wide range of learning opportunities boosts language skills, confidence, independence, social-emotional skills, and self-control. You are invited to join the fun for a portion of each class, sharing in the joy of music-making and learning how your child is developing, all while strengthening your relationship with your child.


Build a strong foundation for a love of learning. 

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Not seeing a day/time that works for you? Try our Mixed Ages classes! 

Class Day Time Ages Session Length Cost
Level 3Monday1:15 - 2:00 pm3yr - 4yrJan 7 - Feb 4$75
Level 3Monday1:15 - 2:00 pm3yr - 4yrFeb 14 - Mar 7$65
Level 3Thursday11:15 - 12:00 pm3yr - 4yrJan 10 - Jan 31$65
Level 3Thursday1:15 - 2:00 pm3yr - 4yrJan 10 - Jan 31$65
Level 3Thursday11:15 - 12:00 pm3yr - 4yrFeb 14 - Mar 7$65
Level 3Thursday1:15 - 2:00 pm3yr - 4yrFeb 14 - Mar 7$65


  • Experiencing a variety of sounds and learning how sounds are produced by playing musical instruments, speaking or singing
  • Playing instruments with an emphasis on steady beat, repeated rhythm patterns, graphic notation, and ensemble music
  • Ensemble Development, an activity that builds the skills preschoolers need in order to create music within a group
  • Engaging in creative expression and language play, expressing feelings and ideas through movement and music
  • Pre-reading music and learning to interpret graphic notation symbols, a precursor to learning traditional music symbols


  • Increased attention and focus; growing ability to memorize and recall
  • Growing ability to detect patterns, nuances, and timbre in sounds, a critical skill for music and language development
  • Experience waiting patiently, taking turns, working cooperatively in a group and communicating effectively and respectfully
  • Wider vocabulary and knowledge of story structures; critical thinking and problem-solving skills
  • Learning how to decode and interpret symbols, skills necessary for reading, math, and music