Music Together Classes for Babies & Toddlers at the Clifton Arts Center


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Music Together - Nurture Your Child's Inner Musician! Five Weekly Classes on Wednesdays beginning Oct. 4th

DATES: Oct. 4th, 11th, 18th, 25th + Nov.1st

TIME: 10:30 - 11:15am  

AGES: 6 months to 5 years

Spend quality time with your little ones and meet other moms and dads in our Music Together class. As you sing, dance, and play, you’ll learn lots of musical ways to support your child’s development.

Each class is 45 minutes filled with singing, movement, rhythms, and instrument play. By bringing music into your family’s life, you will help your child become a confident music-maker just by having fun making music – while building lasting memories together.

Each family will receive a special “Music Together” App card to download the music on their phone or device, and other informative resources to make music a part of their daily lives!

The Music Together program has been taught for more than 30 years and in 40 countries! 

INSTRUCTOR: Kim Latiano, Director & Owner of Music Together, Bergen County

Director and teacher, Ms. Kim is one of the best and loved early childhood music teachers in Bergen County. As owner and Director of Music Together of Bergen County for over 20 years, one of her great loves is sharing music with children and showing parents and caregivers how much children thrive and grow when they are nurtured in a musical environment. Kim has been a professional singer and entertainer for over 35 years, she was trained by the Center for Music & Young Children in Princeton and is a registered Music Together teacher

TICKETS: $75 - $15 per class, per child, sold in one 5-class series. All children must be accompanied by an adult caregiver.  

For more info and to purchase tickets visit: www.cliftonartscenter.org/classes

Clifton Arts Center
900 Clifton Avenue
Clifton, NJ 07013
United States

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