Week 1 and Week 2 listening available on iTunes and Apple Music As you know, our Suzuki listening is an important part of our days not just in class, but at home too. While our Little Notes listening (Week One, Week Two, plus some bonus lullabies) is available on CD, you can also get your … Read More
Here’s a great song for these lovely May days, to our “falling thirds” melody that goes with “Rain, Rain, Go Away”: Sunny day, sunny day Let us play outside all day See you at Little Notes!
Did you know that recitals are important for babies and toddlers too? Playing in recitals, or even just attending, helps infants and young children in many ways: Builds confidence, listening, and social skills Engages young children with music Shows that it’s okay to feel nervous Demonstrates that people’s efforts and hard work are appreciated Fosters … Read More
With October we are feeling autumnal in Little Notes, which inspired this xylophone song, to the tune of “Rain, Rain, Go Away:” Falling leaves, falling leaves, Red and yellow, orange and green
For Eugene families interested in our Little Notes 0-3 baby music class, beginning with Fall Term 2015 we have added a fourth class! Here is our Fall Little Notes schedule, and you can register anytime: Wednesdays, 9:30–10:30 a.m. (waiting list only) Wednesdays, 11 a.m.–12 p.m. Thursdays, 10:15–11:15 a.m. Saturdays, 10:15–11:15 a.m. Enrollment for Little Notes is … Read More
Even though your infant may not be able to share or express to us what they learn and think, they are learning and thinking so much! As a teacher and a parent, I see this every week with my own son in Little Notes class. Other families tell me too that they are much more … Read More
Research continues to demonstrate how a baby’s development improves when he or she participates in interactive music activities: Early Childhood Music Research Published – Suzuki Association of the Americas As a teacher and a mother, I can’t say this comes as a big surprise! Singing with Baby Connor is a joy to us as a … Read More