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Music For Little Ears Returns

 

Samantha introduces Roary to Music For Little Ears

Samantha introduces Roary to Music For Little Ears

 

Henry, Charlie, Jock and Waldo concentrate on making music

Henry, Charlie, Jock and Waldo concentrate on making music

Prime TV filmed for a  story on Music For Little Ears

Prime TV filmed for a story on Music For Little Ears

Sounds like fun: introduce “little ears” to classical music, percussion, singing,  dancing and musical games at Orange City Library’s Music For Little Ears. Supported with a grant from Orange Regional Arts Foundation, this program  is about having fun and stimulating young minds. Studies have shown that there is a correlation between listening to music and preparing for learning. Children move around, listen to different types of music, learn about sounds, loud and soft, and rhythm – fast and slow led by Samantha from Orange Regional Conservatorium. It is free. And you can come along on a Wednesday at 10am or Friday at 10 am. Just call us at the Library on 6393 8132 to book your place. Each session runs for 20 minutes and it for children aged 3 to 5 years.

 

 

 

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