Early Childhood Music Education


Early Beginnings: Ages 0-3 years 

Tuesday mornings at 10:00a!

Did you know the first sense to develop in utero is hearing? At Flute & Friends, we believe in a early start!

Join our weekly early childhood class and share 45 minuets of music with your child, followed by some socializing!

Drop in for 1 child- $17 / Drop in for 2 children- $20

6 class package 1 child – $90 / 6 class package 2 children- $105



Meet Meryl Lammers, our early childhood teacher and Music Therapist! Meryl’s unique classes will help facilitate a greater bond between caregiver and child using rhythm, voice, and movement. Meryl has combined her broad experience in Music Therapy with her knowledge of childhood development to create a unique and rich curriculum for growth and development. Meryl is also mom to 15 month old Vincent, who loves music!

My 3 month old Asa and I had a great time together at Meryl’s music class! With Meryl’s singing and playing, the colorful props and hands on music playing, Asa was engaged for the entire hour. You can really feel a sense of community sitting in a circle with other infants and toddlers and their parents, and it’s a great bonding opportunity with your child. Meryl’s music brings joy that’s shared communally to lift spirits and move you and your little one to dance! MB

mom of baby

Upcoming Events

4:30 pm Flute Winter Recital! @ Calvary Church
Flute Winter Recital! @ Calvary Church
Dec 14 @ 4:30 pm – 5:30 pm
Flute Winter Recital! @ Calvary Church
Performers please arrive by 4:15p for warm up. Dress up, no sneakers or jeans please. Bring a small treat to share for the reception. Admission is free, please invite friends & family!
10:00 am Piano Grp 2
Piano Grp 2
Dec 15 @ 10:00 am – 11:00 am
5:30 pm Piano Grp 3
Piano Grp 3
Dec 15 @ 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm

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