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Early Childhood Music

Early childhood - from birth to age 5 - is prime time for human development. Making music with your child at such an early age is a multi-sensory activity that contributes immensely to a child's growth. Among other benefits, music learn supports the develop of motor control, brain and bodily coordination, communication and language, and even the ability for a child to express and manage their emotions. The benefits of music in child and adult human development are exponential and become increasingly apparent as the child grows older and continues to gain more exposure.

AMUSE's Early Childhood Music program was founded a project of the heart by our owner, Sandra G. Clay, with the belief that all children are born with innate musical gifts. Our mission is to nurture and develop these musical skills, thus enabling children to continue making and enjoying music throughout their lives. We achieve this through various Orff and Kodaly methods, including chanting and singing, instrument play, and creative and rhythmic movement. The goals of our program are:

  • to develop a sense of rhythm,
  • to develop a singing voice,
  • to develop listening skills,
  • to enable creative and expressive movement,
  • to empower parents to use music to foster their child's emotional, physical, cognitive, and social growth,
  • and to build the foundation for subsequent musical education and participation.


Fall 2022 enrollment is now open. To receive our weekly newsletter with updates about upcoming class sessions and enrollment periods, sign up here


Cost: $240 for twelve weeks 

Classes meet once per week for 30 minutes each 

Classes are meeting in person.


Walking to 2 Years Old

Instructor: Katheryn Klein

This class will not be offered during Fall 2022. If you are interested in a class for infants, please contact us directly at [email protected].


2 to 3 Years Old

Friday | 11:00am - 11:30am  

Instructor: Katheryn Klein

September 23 - December 16


3 to 4 Years Old

Friday | 1:00pm - 1:30pm  

Instructor: Katheryn Klein

September 23 - December 16



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