Group Music Classes
Little Mozart Music; Ages 2-5 Years
Lakewood Conservatory of Fine Arts wants to provide a fun and enriching
environment for your child's first experience with music. The Little
Mozart Music Class gives young children the opportunity to learn fundamental
musical concepts, explore sounds of music from around the world, and experience
REAL music instruments. Some of the instruments the students will explore
include the piano, cello, violin, harp, xylophone, and percussion. Each
weekly class is 45 minutes long, and the children spend time singing,
dancing, playing instruments, and making crafts. This class is designed
foor children ages 3 to 5. Not only does PCSoM provide a fun learning
environment, but we also strive to help children grow socially.
Little Singers; Ages 3-5 Years
If your child loves to sing but is a little shy or is not quite ready
for private lessons, the Little Singers group lesson may be the right
fit. The children will learn:
- Beginning music theory
- Become familiar with the piano (which is extremely important in the development
of music knowledge/comprehension).
They will also learn many classic children’s songs, play musical
games and get some exercise. This class is a great way to help overcome
some shyness and help your child socialize with other children.
Baby, Music, and Me; Ages 4-18 Months
By their very developmental nature, infants are sponges, taking in everything
in their environment such as the building blocks of language, facial expressions,
and coordination of their bodies as a whole. Understanding this fundamental
part of child development, Lakewood Conservatory of Fine Arts began
“Baby, Music and Me” classes to help foster this development through the universal language of music.
We also aim to make the classes a bonding experience for parent(s) and baby.
Click here to see pictures from our Baby, Music, and Me Classes.
PCSoM orchestral program provides students from kindergarten through 12th
grade with an unparalleled music experience! Students are exposed to orchestral
literature at the earliest of ages and are able to grow through a comprehensive
program. Students are given the chance to perform in many of community
performance venues. PCSoM Chamber Orchestra focuses on teaching the basics
of reading music and playing in an ensemble setting. The enrollment is
kept smaller to facilitate a closer teacher and student relationship.
Conductor stresses concepts such as recognition of pitch, rhythmic accuracy,
and basic ensemble skills.
PCSOM Choir provides high quality singing instructions. It offers children
the opportunity to study and perform traditional and experimental forms
of choral music.
Please call 214-455-1477 to inquire about rehearsal times." For the
other group classes, see info below: