Term 4 Baby Class Special!

Did you know? Babies who participate in interactive music classes with their parents smile more, communicate better, are easier to soothe, and have a head start in language development. Join us for a 4-week mini-term!Designed for babies 0-12 months and someone who loves them, our Baby Mini-Term is 4 weeks of musical play, connection and…

Term 4 Enrolment is Open!

Enrolment is open for all Term 4 Kindermusik classes at Music2Grow! Classes will commence from Monday 10th October and run for 8 weeks. Family, friends and music – three of the things that bring love and joy to our lives, come together in our class learning themes in Term 4. Engaging songs, rhymes, fingerplays, dances and…

Term 3 Enrolment is Open!

Enrolment is open for all Term 3 Kindermusik classes at Music2Grow! Classes will commence from Monday 19th July and run for 8 weeks. SEE OUR TERM 3 2021 CLASS SCHEDULE Music classes at Music2Grow create a playful and nurturing environment where you and your child will experience music of varying styles, genres, and cultures and…

Term 1 2020 Enrolment is Open!

Enrolment is open for all Term 1 Kindermusik classes at Music2Grow. Classes will commence from Friday 31st January 2020 and run for 9 weeks. SEE OUR TERM 1 2020 CLASS SCHEDULE Family, friends and music – three of the things that bring love and joy to our lives, come together in our class learning themes…

Cuddle & Bounce with Your Baby: Kindermusik Mini-Term

Discover a rich community of joyful music-making and learning at a Kindermusik Foundations mini-term! This 4-week Kindermusik class is music-focused, intentional time for you and your baby (newborn – 13 months), with emphasis placed on sensory exploration, beat, rhythm, movement, listening and bonding. Mini-term Class Dates: Tuesdays (Cooroy) 11.45am – 12.30pm, 23rd July – 13th…

Music, Patterns and Your Baby’s Growing Mind & Body

The early years are the optimum time for exposing your baby to a rich variety of musical tempi, rhythms and patterns. “Music education research indicates that children are more ‘open-eared when they are young; their music preferences are broad and amenable to extension.”