Group Classes

Opening Acts (ages 2-5*)

*Special accommodations for students outside of the age range may be approved upon request

Fall 2019 Dates are here!

Nine Saturday Sessions, 12pm!

September 7, 14, 21, 28

October 19, 26

November 2, 9, 16

Attendance at all class sessions is not necessary–you can join when you want and come when you can!

Opening Acts is a great way for young children to get an introduction to music.  Children and their parents attend weekly sessions on Saturday mornings and experience music by singing, dancing, playing small instruments, moving to music, learning to keep a steady beat, and many more activities.  In addition to being a fun social experience for you and your child, this class helps prepare children for enrollment in private lessons.  The cost is $10 per class session.  Bring a friend and receive a free class session!  Please contact us and/or check back here soon for more information.

 

Natalie Lunts – 2019 Opening Acts Instructor

Natalie Lunts is a Music Education student at Indiana University Jacobs School of music and plays classical guitar as her main instrument, along with a few years of vocal and piano training at Jacobs. Natalie was born and raised in Bloomington Indiana, but also comes from a Russian background and has lived in Moscow Russia several times throughout her upbringing. Coming from a bilingual background she has participated in the Rosinka Language and Culture program, where children who live in Bloomington but speak Russian at home have a chance to speak and learn their language amongst other bilingual children. She taught in this program for six years. Natalie also worked as a teaching assistant in the Musical Beginnings program. This program consists of different music classes for children ages 0 – 5, in which they participate in activities and games to help develop their musical understanding and abilities. Natalie has also taught private guitar lessons to children of elementary and middle school ages. Her love of music and teaching has lead her to pursue music education, and she hopes to develop her own music program in an elementary school.