Early Childhood Music

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Hume Conservatorium's Early Childhood Music Program is an interactive instrument-based program designed around the Early Years Learning Framework of play-based learning.
 

Each week, children are taken on a musical journey exploring the core concepts of music through musical games, singing, dancing, fun, puppet friends, and a wide range of musical instruments.
 

Fresh ways of teaching solfege, pitch, rhythm and dynamic techniques all revolve around live music and play, which creates a fun and developmentally appropriate music program for the 0-7 year age group.
 

$10 per week, booked each term of 10 weeks.

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Music with Nyssa Sparkles

Hume Conservatorium is very excited to be partnering with Lucy Sparkles & Friends who provide music, dance and drama classes in Canberra, Queanbeyan and now Goulburn.

 

These classes employ both Kodály and Dalcroze principles. While no two lessons are the same, they apply the same fun, thoughtful and tested structure to each weekly session in order to establish a comfortable and friendly environment for children.

 

Nyssa Sparkles will be leading this fun Early Childhood Music Class for children aged under 5 every school holidays.

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Hume Music Time with Deb McConnell

Hume Conservatorium provides our Early Childhood Music Program in partnership with Schools as Community Centres on Tuesday morning at 11.30am and Wednesday morning at 9.30am at the Con with the fabulous Deb McConnell!

This is an interactive music and instrument-based program designed around the Early Years Learning Framework of play-based learning. Children are taken on a musical journey exploring the core concepts of music through musical games, singing, dancing, fun, puppet friends, and a wide range of musical instruments. Learn all about pitch and rhythm in a fun and developmentally appropriate music program for the 2 to 5 year age group. 

Deb also provides this program in schools and Early Childhood Centres around Goulburn and surrounding towns. Please get in touch if you are interested in a class closer to home!

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Twinkle Strings with Deb McConnell
 

This new strings class for complete beginners, aged 3 to 5, is based on Suzuki Methodology and designed for parents to attend so as to help guide their pre-school child with learning at home. Violins can be hired at Hume Con and fitted to the correct size by the teacher during class. The parent will need to have access to using YouTube and/or Spotify as listening to recorded music at home is essential. Join here. Monday 3 - 3:30pm or Tuesday 3 - 3:30pm

LittleKidsBigMusic: PLAYDAY!

Fun holiday programs for 0-7 years old.

Playday is an interactive musical event for babies through to preschool students. You can expect to play musical instruments, sing, interact with puppets and move to the music in this 45-minute jam packed holiday program.
 

All Hume Con teachers are trained musicians usually with the ability to play multiple instruments and relate easily to young children. They also tend to bring something a little extra, such as experience as a party fairy, magician or puppeteer!
 

Hume Con's aim is to provide high quality early childhood music classes that are engaging, energetic and FUN! Come along to see just how fun and rewarding our programs are for students. $10 per child.

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Hume Music Time Online
with Deb McConnell and Nyssa Milligan!
Watch on our YouTube channel!

 

Our online Early Childhood Music Program is an interactive music and instrument-based program designed around the Early Years Learning Framework of play-based learning. Children are taken on a musical journey exploring the core concepts of music through musical games, singing, dancing, fun, puppet friends, and a wide range of musical instruments. Learn all about pitch and rhythm in a fun and developmentally appropriate music program for the 2 to 5 year age group.

Please contact the office for more information
02 4821 8833 | enquiries@humecon.nsw.edu.au