Joyful experiences stick with us—including educational ones! Build confidence, strengthen family connection, and help your child meet developmental milestones through the power of music.
Supercharge early development and connect with friends in Kindermusik LIVE virtual or in-person music classes for kids.
From vocal range to instrument safety to attention span, every age is different. That’s why each Kindermusik class is designed to help children truly enjoy the activities and meet appropriate developmental milestones. You can also find mixed-age classes adaptable for families and groups!
Thinking of signing up for music lessons? Level 4 classes help build a foundation for formal music instruction. Children explore basic music symbols and more complex instruments. Plus, families can observe as their children master concepts that boost learning in other subjects.
When kids learn big concepts in groups, it’s more likely to stick. Level 5 classes introduce music notation, new and complex instruments, and different genres of music. Children participate in ensembles while improving their problem-solving and pre-literacy skills.
Need something for the whole family? Mixed-Age classes are designed for infants through seven-year-olds to make music and get the wiggles out together. Families build connections, grownups learn ideas for music exploration and play at home, and there’s room for everyone to grow.
Whether you're looking for in-person or virtual settings, specific levels or mixed-age offerings, Kindermusik educators offer a variety of classes from all over the world.
Music studios around the world sprinkle in their own magic into every class, but you can count on a few key ingredients that make a Kindermusik experience stand out.
Welcoming your little one by name helps promote self-confidence and foster positive social interactions.
You’ll experience exciting themes with engaging songs, stories, movement prompts, and instruments to spark the imagination.
Educators explain what your child is learning in real time, and equip you with at-home music and activities to continue the experience and reinforce the joy in the car, yard, or wherever you are.
Group musical play boosts healthy expression, empathy, relationship building, and inner balance.
Music education builds listening skills, promotes memory and recall, and strengthens executive function.
Playing instruments and doing fingerplays help strengthen the small hand muscles needed for critical tasks like writing.
Moving to music builds core strength, develops eye-hand coordination, and stimulates the vestibular system.
Group music making enhances a child’s ability to follow directions and understand language.
Vocal play activities boost phonemic awareness, while singing familiar songs enhances vocabulary and speech
Group music classes develop vocal skills, music appreciation, and a foundation for formal music instruction.
Instrument play, movement, and pretend play help children become better problem solvers and innovative thinkers.
My son loves listening to the material during the week prior to class, and he enjoys interacting with his teacher and the other kids.
I have seen how the classes have helped my grandchildren with routines and communication as well as instilling a love of music.
We love Kindermusik classes—they are fun, educational, and a great way to spend time with our children. It's also a good opportunity for little ones to socialize, even via Zoom.
Kindermusik helped us discover that our visually impaired child really loves and [responds well] to music. Now, we incorporate music in each of this therapies and notice it motivates more interactions with his therapists.
As a former kindergarten teacher and a grandma, I see the incredible value of Kindermusik. They learn to share. They learn to take turns. And they learn to self-regulate.
Kindermusik gives you great tools to use at home. We use the music for part of our nighttime routine, in the car...it's helped give me confidence as a mom to know how to handle situatioons and allow my littles to grow on their own.
It's fun to come and be with friends and dance and sing, but some of the best things have been learning to stop, learning to breathe, and learning to calm down.
I love the intentional one on one time with my little one, and watching her learn and grow through music.
My son struggles with focusing on activities, but I notice a longer attention span with each Kindermusik class!
I love how our Kindermusik teacher always carefully describes the science behind what she's teaching.