Virtual Introduction to Piano (6-8 Year Olds)

$425.00

Age: 6-8 years of age upon entry into introductory classes

Class Length: 1 hour, once a week LIVE on Zoom

Duration: 15 Weeks (January 22nd-May 7th, No Class April 2nd)

Materials: Children’s Music Book and Music Packet, CDs/Digital Downloads of Course Music, Parent Guide, and access to the South Florida Music Introduction to Piano Digital Resource Page. *Materials must be picked up prior to your first class, or may be shipped for an additional fee. Contact our office for details! 

Note: This section is designed for children who have no previous piano experience. If you were enrolled in our summer or fall introductory classes, please go to the Music at the Piano Year 1 page.

Families must purchase an approved keyboard for class use and home practice.

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Description

Description: Music at the Piano is a unique method for young beginners in a group setting. This aural approach serves as the foundation for musical literacy as it provide a natural pathway to reading. This curriculum capitalizes on the children’s love of group music making to further develop their piano skills, as well as singing, composing, improvisation, transposition, and reading music. The parent/caregiver works alongside his or her child both on Zoom and in the home environment. New songs and material will be presented weekly, so regular attendance is essential. Children are required to successfully complete each level of Music at the Piano in order to advance.

Proper technique and music literacy remain at the forefront as children continue to develop their musicianship. South Florida Music strives to provide a variety of both individual and group performance opportunities each year, including local recitals/concerts and National Guild exams. Please note that availability of all performance opportunities is based on local health and safety requirements.

Musical Goals: Play a melodic instrument (piano); Further ensemble skills; Read, write and sing advanced musical notation; Demonstrate a steady beat through the playing of melodies and harmonies individually and in an ensemble; Develop concepts of form, dynamics, tempi, articulation and timbre; Develop the ability to memorize mastered songs and perform them individually and/or in a group performance; Demonstrate the ability to transpose melodies learned to other musical positions; Further develop home practice skills

Developmental Goals: Increase bilateral gross and fine motor skills; Advance cognitive and language development; Demonstrate symbolic thinking; Set and accomplish goals through practice; Strengthen body awareness and self-regulation; Build on social, emotional, and self-help skills