September 16, 2014 at 1:00 pm #1381Deborah MonplaisirKeymaster
I have 3 choirs: Preschool/Younger; Younger/Older children; and pre-teen/teenager. I am a strong proponent of music education because of what it does for the overall learning capabilities of the child! Studies show that music at a young age helps the child with
standardized testing and all subjects. How do most people learn their ABC’s…music!
In my preschool and elementary classes, we learn music through games and steady beat activities. We also learn correct singing techniques and listening exercises! We perform a Christmas and Spring concert for the families and also participate in mission performances in retirement homes in the Montgomery area to allow us to share what we have learned with others! The retirement homes love it and the children share their talents! Win…Win situation! We schedule our performances to coincide with our class times so there are no additional scheduling problems.
We rehearse at Eastern Hills Baptist Church (3604 Greenridge Road) on Tuesday afternoons in room 234. Capital City Wee Singers (3K – 1st grade) will meet from 1:15-1:45; Capital City Jr. Singers (2nd grade – 6th grade) will meet from 1:45-2:30; Capital City Singers (6th grade) will meet from 2:30-3:30.
The cost is $30.00 for one, $40.00 for 2 students; $50.00 for 3 or more a month under one household. $25.00 registration fee per child for usage of rehearsal space and music supplies.
Feel free to ask any questions you might have!
Teacher: Karen Gosselin, BA in Music Education, Masters of Music, Masters of Music Education; Conducts the All State Baptist Children’s Honor Choir, Assists Baptist churches in Alabama with their children’s and youth choir, handbell, keyboard programs; written curriculum for Growing in Grace and LifeWay- Children’s Music Series; currently writing for Chorister’s Guild.
contact: email@example.com or 334-303-4783
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