Are you considering homeschooling your child or hiring a private tutor this fall, but a little nervous about a gap in the curriculum?
Let's Music is here to help!
Let's Music is a weekly music class to help round out your homeschoolers education. Perfect for elementary school kids with no music experience!
Students will learn:
The building blocks of music taught through fun interactive games, dancing, singing, and listening!
A wonderful music education doesn't have to only be taught in school. With virtual learning happening for many school districts, this is a great opportunity to either continue or start your students music education. Let's Music can be taught in-person, in-home, and at your convenience, or through a virtual platform. Whatever you are most comfortable with!
This class can be for your solo student or the small ensemble of kids in your neighborhood!
Call your friends and sign up now!
A little more details for you...
Let's Music is a one hour, 14 week music class.
We will cover all the building blocks of music such as rhythm development and beat consistency, note reading and identification, classical music form, instrument identification, and the basics of music history!
All activities will include a combination of dancing, singing, writing, listening, and drawing.
Let's Music can be for your solo student or your small ensemble of neighborhood kids!
If you have a group of students interested, ask about a group rate.
The class can be taught in your home or through a virtual platform. Whatever works best for you!
If you would like this class to be taught in your home, a mask or face shield will be worn by me at all times.
All class materials will be brought by me and no instruments are required by you!
Let's Music is can begin when you are ready. This program does not have to start when the academic year starts because, let's face it, there is nothing normal about this year anyways!
A little bit about me...
My name is Anamarie and I am a professional flutist! I am originally from Colorado, but did the majority of my growing up in Arlington, Virginia. I went VCU for a Bachelor of Art in music and UNC Greensboro for a Master of Music in performance and Post Baccalaureate Certificate in Musicology. (Basically, I'm a big music history nerd!)
I love to perform (when able to), and I have a passion for teaching. My music journey has shown me that studying music leads to mental and personal growth in ways that you may not realize.
I love to help students reach their musical and personal potential!