Play-based learning environment that helps students grow, learn and develop physically, socially, emotionally, in language and literacy and in thinking (cognitive) skills. Designed to help students meet the State of Minnesota Early Learning Standards.
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Enrichment classes for preschoolers.
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Classes offer joyful opportunities for building keyboard skills – along with singing, moving, rhythm instruments, ensemble playing, writing, and reading music.
This method is based on an aural approach to music literacy: listen - sing - play - write - read.
Every lesson features a variety of activities that help to lay the foundation for success at the keyboard. Parents and children participate in class together.
The group will meet for a 55-minute class once a week. The material fee covers books, recordings, magnet-board and a music bag.
A keyboard (61 keys or more) or piano is necessary for home practice.
Inese Krievans (she/her)
has taught music as a public-school teacher, school choir conductor, and piano instructor. Inese taught group piano and private lessons at Children’s Yamaha Music School from 1997-2023. Inese holds a Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance from the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities and studied Music Pedagogy at Jazepa Vitola Music Conservatory in Riga, Latvia. Inese Krievans is a Nationally Certified Teacher of Music. She is a member of the Minnesota Music Teachers Association (MMTA), Minneapolis Music Teachers Forum (MMTF), National Federation of Music Clubs (NFMC), and American College of Musicians. As a member of these organizations, she provides her students with the opportunities to participate in contests, take comprehensive piano and theory exams, and participate in adjudicated festivals, recitals, and auditions. Her students have regularly been winners at MMTA Piano Competitions and been part of the MMTA and MMTF Honors Concerts. Participation at these events is elective. However, once students are successful, they enjoy sharing their music with others.
Inese Rozlapa Krievans
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