Make Music, Have Dinner, Make Friends!
TUITION-FREE CHILDREN’S MUSIC
At Saint Barnabas in Scottsdale, we believe that children of all ages can engage in musical education that leads to a lifelong love of music making. Starting at age 3, we offer quality music classes and performance opportunities that allow children to learn the fundamentals of musicianship. Our approach is gently faith-based and we welcome your children to join this enriching program.
Music Makers (Ages 3-5)
Music Makers class is currently FULL. To be placed on a waiting list, please contact Sarah Petersen (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Wednesdays, 5:30 – 6:15pm
Designed for children to have fun while developing a love for music, Music Makers is for preschool children. We use developmentally appropriate games and musical activities while learning engaging songs about life and faith. Although not a performance group, we do encourage our students to try singing in front of a group of friends and family for Children’s Chapel one Sunday per semester.
Children’s Choirs (Grades K-6)
Wednesdays, 5:30 – 6:30pm
Children’s Choirs at Saint Barnabas perform regularly throughout the school year—usually once a month on Sundays. Both choirs engage in elements of solfege, harmony singing, note reading, and sight singing. All members are assigned a red robe for singing in church.
Andante (Grades K-2)
Andante Choir provides an excellent introduction to choral singing and performance. Students engage in warm-ups and music education weekly while preparing to sing in Sunday church services and other events.
Allegro (Grades 3-6)
Singing increasingly challenging music, Allegro Choir gives upper elementary students an opportunity to serve as leaders in the music program.
Dinner (All Ages)
Kid-friendly meal options. Suggested donation: $5/adults, $2/child.
We’d love for you to be involved! If you have a child between ages 3-12, register them below for our music programs for kids. If you’d like to be involved in the parish choir, contact Director of Music Ministries, Michael Salazar.
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