Ms. Amy’s School of Music in Savannah has it all when it comes to music lessons for children and early childhood music education for toddlers/preschoolers.
From piano and voice lessons to woodwinds, brass, beginner guitar, music discovery (ages 2-4), and theory – all ages and stages are welcome!
Increased confidence, reading and reasoning skills, and an expressive outlet are only some of the benefits to music education.
Offering one-on-one attention and investment in the student as a whole, Amy’s methods of teaching are successful and proven. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Music Education and has over 12 years of teaching experience. References are available upon request.
Classes are held at 2421 Waters Ave. near Daffin Park. For a schedule of available class times, visit www.msamyschoolofmusic.com. Call to set up a discounted trial lesson to see if what Ms. Amy’s School of Music’s offering is right for you. Call 912-659-0993 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Preschooler parent-and-me classes include:
Mommy-and-me music for ages 2 – 4 years
This is a private half hour lesson for both parent(s) and student to attend. It’s for the parent who wants their child to play piano. Little fingers are not that strong, so Amy has designed these lessons to give children the basis needed to begin piano at a younger age than normal.
Mommy and Me Music for Toddlers (Ages 18 mos. – 3 years)
A joyful first music experience where children, siblings, and parents will share in a music making program of rhythms, active movement games and singing. A nurturing environment where an energetic connection is drawn between music and imagination. Meet others and learn some fascinating music activities you can re-create at home.
Mommy and Me Music for ages 4 – 5 years
An artistically conceived flow of songs, nursery rhymes, instrumental jam sessions and movement activities will keep your little music maker involved. This class is designed to support children’s development of competence in tonality and rhythm.
Class start dates depend on how many people register.