UWS 60 – MMAC by Music for Manhattan is a Kids and Teens Class for aged 6 months thru 4 years. Location: Upper west side.
UWS 60 – MMAC by Music for Manhattan develops skills in a wide variety of musical activities – singing, dancing, musical story telling, and instrumental jam sessions. Join Us for this Kids and Teens class!
“Music for Aardvarks and Other Mammals by Music for Manhattan develops skills in singing, dancing, musical story telling, and playing instruments for 45 minutes. Ages 6 months to 4 years old. Classes are held in Upper West Side at Riverside Park & West 91st St. New York, NY 10024. Music for Aardvarks is a refreshing alternative to the traditional music class for kids. The program was created in 1997 in Brooklyn, NY by rock musician/composer and father of three, David Weinstone. Music for Aardvarks is distinct from other children’s music programs in that all classes are based around Mr. Weinstone’s original songs, rhythms, and chants. With influences of rock, blues, ballads, folk, jazz and pop, Aardvark songs uniquely reflect and celebrate the lives of children growing up today. The music is innovative, intelligent, and irresistibly appealing to both kids and their parents.\”
Address: 248 W. 60th St. (btwn Amsterdam & West End Ave.), New York, NY 10023
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About this Provider:
Music for Manhattan provides classes where children can experience music in a rich variety of ways. Whether actively participating or simply listening and watching, children are learning in ways that are right for them as individuals, and at their own pace. A more instructional approach, with a focus on specific results, is not only age inappropriate, but totally unnecessary for their musical development. Exposure to musical experiences, guidance and parental modeling allows young children to explore and learn on their own without the anxiety of others expectations.