Join the wonderful and skilled instructors of Powers Music School for an afternoon of singing, playing, improvisation, instruments, games, and listening activities, as well as exposure to multicultural music. Students learn to concentrate better, strengthen language skills and motor skills, understand melody and harmony, and gain the confidence to try new things.
If you hope your child might one day want to play an instrument, or if you would love to give them a good grasp of and appreciation for music, learn Dalcroze Eurhythmics with Powers Music School instructors this fall!
Started in 1886 and still backed by scientific research today, Dalcroze Eurhythmics is a proven method for teaching young kids what music is, how it sounds, how it moves through the body, and how it’s pictured in notation. A fancy way to say “good rhythm,” Eurhythmics involves using your whole body as an instrument, listening to the music that’s playing and matching the rhythms you hear by walking, clapping, dancing, gestures, and more.
Classes will be held outside as often as possible. This class will move indoors in case of inclement weather and all participating children 2 years and older, adults and staff will be masked indoors at all times. If your child needs specific accommodations or if there is information you would like to share, please let us know so that we can support your family. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
JCC Greater Boston is proud to offer diverse programming serving populations that are still considered to be at risk, or are not yet able to be vaccinated. Anyone 2 years and older should continue to wear a mask indoors throughout their visit. Masks are not required in outdoor spaces. Our code of conduct still requires that you stay home if you are feeling unwell and/or have been exposed to COVID-19 and are not vaccinated. Regardless of your vaccination status if you prefer to wear a mask, you are welcome to do so.