Keep The Beat
Looking for a fun and engaging way to introduce your young ones to music? Keep The Beat is our group class designed specifically for children ages 4-6, and focuses on teaching beginner rhythm and percussion skills in a fun and interactive way.
Led by experienced music teachers, this class will give your child the opportunity to explore different percussion instruments and learn basic rhythmic concepts through a variety of games and activities. From clapping and tapping to drumming and shaking, your child will develop their musical abilities while having a blast!
Choose from two convenient class times: Tuesdays at 6:30pm or Fridays at 5pm. Each class is held in a supportive and encouraging environment, where your child will have the chance to make new friends and learn alongside their peers.
- Tuesdays at 6:30pm
- Fridays at 5pm
- Ages 4-6
30 minute classes once per week
$80 per month
Keep The Beat Instructors
Get to know our Keep The Beat staff by checking out their instructor profile pages.
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