Music at the Piano Year 3 (8-9 Year Olds)


Age: 8-9 years of age (successful completion of Music at the Piano Year 2 is required to enter this level)

Class Length: 1 hour, once a week

Duration: 16 weeks

  • Christ the King: Fridays, January 24-May 15, No class March 27, alternate schedule Easter weekend (April 10)
  • Redeemer Church: Saturdays, January 25-May 16 (16 weeks), No class March 28

Take Home Materials (Not Included in Advertised Price): Music books will be purchased upon request of the teacher by each individual student

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Description: Music at the Piano Year 3 is designed as an extension of the Music at the Piano curriculum for children who wish to continue their piano education in a group setting. Advancing repertoire will continue to build upon musical reading, singing, composing, improvisation, transposition, and reading music. The parent/caregiver works alongside his or her child both in the classroom and at home. New songs and material will be presented each week, so regular attendance is essential. Children must complete each semester of Music at the Piano successfully in order to move on the next level.

Proper technique and music literacy remain at the forefront as children develop as young musicians. South Florida strives to provide a variety of both individual and group performance opportunities each year, including local recitals/concerts and National Guild exams.

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