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Conservatory offers musical journey for toddlers

Babies and toddlers can begin the journey of music exploration during Kindermusik classes this fall.

The Nanaimo Conservatory of Music is offering Kindermusik classes beginning Oct. 3 on Wednesday mornings, with 15 sessions per term. The sessions offer various activities such as creative movement, vocal play, instrument exploration and more. The three sessions: Village, for newborns to 18 months; Our Time, for ages 18 months to three years old; and Imagine That for three to five year olds, focus on musical activities that help develop language and literary skills, social and emotional development and more.

Village classes begin at 11:15 a.m. and focuses on introducing babies to a variety of music, dances and instruments.  Participants will learn more than 30 songs, lullabies and nursery rhymes during the fall term. In the Our Time sessions toddlers can sing and play their favourite songs such as I’ve Been Working on the Railroad and Wheels on the Bus. Imagine That taps into preschooler’s imaginations and combines music and play.

For more information please contact the Nanaimo Conservatory of Music at 250-754-4611 or go to www.ncmusic.ca.

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