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Musical Bubs & Musical Babies

Musical Bubs:

For babies aged 4 to 9 months - currently suspended

Musical Babies:

For babies aged 6 to 18 months

Parent/guardian-accompanied class

Babies are naturally curious and responsive to music. This course aims to awaken your baby’s aural perception and musical sense and ability to express joy through music. 

A typical session comprises interactive songs to develop your baby’s ability to move with music and an awareness of the body. These include movements such as rocking and bouncing and dancing. They will also be exposed to percussion instruments to develop their senses and to build a steady beat.


The course was developed with musical fundamentals from established music pedagogies (Orff and Dalcroze). Each class is 30-minutes long and babies must be accompanied by an adult.

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Musical Tots

Musical Tots:

For toddlers aged 16 to 36 months.

Parent/guardian -accompanied class

Based on music and movement approaches by Carl Orff and Émile Jaques-Dalcroze, our classes comprise of interactive songs, games, movement activities and stories, exposing your child to musical concepts such as pitch, rhythm, dynamics, tempo and timbre at a young age, promoting creativity and encouraging an appreciation and love for music, especially at an age when your child is becoming more curious about the world.

Our curriculum aims to promote your child's socio-emotional, cognitive and physical development, as well as literacy and language skills, using music and movement as a medium.


Our students will develop body awareness, fine and gross motor skills, improve hand eye-coordination, explore pitched and non-pitched musical instruments, learn musical concepts and develop aural skills, while having lots of fun. 

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Parent accompanied music class for toddlers
Instrument Exploration for toddlers

Musical Kids

For children aged 3 - 5 years old.

Non parent/guardian accompanied

Our Musical Kids program lives up to it's name, developing well-rounded musical kids. 

Through songs, dance, actions, movement, games and activities, your child will explore the components of music, such as pitch, rhythm, tempo, dynamics and timbre, through songs from different genres, eg. classical, pop, jazz and folk music.

Our students will also be introduced to the instruments of the orchestra. They will also play familiar tunes on their resonator bars, Boomwhackers and handbells.

We also build teamwork by incorporating ensemble playing and encourage improvisation where your child will make up his/her own rhythmic patterns or come up with new lyrics to existing tunes!


Most importantly, your child will develop a love for music, learn through play, have heaps of fun, gain confidence and express himself/herself through music.

Music classes for preschoolers
Music class - Rhythm sticks, shakers, xylophone
Children learning about instruments of the orchestra
Music classes for babies & toddlers
Music classes for kids

Music Makers

For children aged 6m - 3 years old.

Parent/Guardian accompanied

Have multiple kids of different ages and want to attend a class together? Or want to let your child interact in a group of mixed-ages? We welcome you and all your little ones, from 6-month-old babies to 3-year-old preschoolers, to join Music Makers, our mixed-age music and movement class for the whole family! 

Each session is 45 minutes long, and includes a series of interactive activities, songs, dance, movement games, introduction to music genres and instruments, and a whole lot of fun. In a mixed-age group setting, activities are more dynamic, varied, and exciting. Kids can explore together and learn from one another. Not to worry about the age range - students will be given time to follow and explore at their own pace, while having a safe space to have fun with family and new friends!

This course was developed with musical fundamentals from established music pedagogies (Orff, Dalcroze and Kodaly).

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