Denville Music Academy Offers a Toddler Music Program in Mountain Lakes, New Jersey

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Mountain Lakes, NJ: Denville Music Academy has a unique program tailored for toddlers. Music Together is a mixed-age music class available for children from birth to 5 years. This group essentially consists of babies, toddlers, and preschoolers. The school has partnered with Miss Gen from Merry Musicians to offer the children’s program. The program is limited to 8 families in all classes, creating intimacy in the group. They also have a sibling discount where a sibling below 9 months joins for free. It comes with a trial period where those interested can take a trial class before committing. However, one must RSVP since space is limited. The classes incorporate adults accompanying the toddlers. The music classes have a trained music teacher who leads the class in singing, playing songs, and dances. They use child-friendly instruments while playing different songs, such as lullabies and other child-friendly songs. The music is illustrated on various platforms such as the songbook and other online resources to help nurture the children’s musical growth.

Denville Music School is well equipped with highly trained instructors who follow a highly personalized curriculum. The music school spokesperson had this to say,” Our mission is to inspire and enrich the musicality in each of our students. We do this by ensuring they are well equipped through well-designed classes, in addition to various performance opportunities that empower students to venture out and be whatever they have dreamt of being.”

Upon enrollment, the families get a songbook, a CD, and a digital music download. They also receive a family newsletter full of music-making ideas and other resources. They also have a music app that comes preloaded with 8 songs. The free app called Hello Everybody is for loading music.

Classes at Denville Music Academy include theory, musicianship, and performance. Lessons are offered in groups, one on one and ensembles. The curriculum is highly personalized and taught by highly trained instructors. Students also perform in charity events, festivals, and street fairs. The school offers in-person and online lessons convenient for those with busy schedules. The lessons are also offered on a month-to-month basis hence no complicated contracts and upfront payments. There are no annual performance and materials and no semester minimums.

Besides the Music Together program, which is specifically meant for toddlers, Denville Music Academy – Denville Music Lessons offers music lessons for all ages and skill levels. They have voice lessons and teach various musical instruments, including drums, flute, guitar, violin, viola, clarinet, cello saxophone, among others. Other lessons include music theory, composition, and improvisation. To provide students with a sense of accomplishment, and success the school issues certificates, awards, and trophies. This also encourages growth and musical achievement.

Denville Music Academy can be reached by phone at (973) 453-6775. They are located at100 46 East Building B, 2nd floor, Suite B-05, Mountain Lakes, NJ, 07046, USA. Visit their website for more information on their toddler music classes and other music lessons.

Media Contact

Company Name
Denville Music Academy
Contact Name
Anna Evangelista
Phone
(973) 453-6775
Address
100 46 East Building B, 2nd floor, Suite B-05
City
Mountain Lakes
State
NJ
Postal Code
07046
Country
United States
Website
https://www.denvillemusicacademy.com/

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