Music Play

18 months to 5 y.o.

Music Play

Every child is born musical. "

Babies, toddlers, and preschool children possess the greatest potential to learn music naturally and with ease.

Our Early Childhood Music class curriculum is informed by leading early childhood music education programs including Kodaly, Dalcroze, Orff and Music Learning Theory. 

Our teachers  are certified and experienced in creating a musically interactive and stimulating environment, and informally guide children’s musical development, so children develop foundational musicianship and build readiness for playing instruments. It’s a perfect stepping stone to music lessons.

The learning activities engage children in singing, chanting, moving, and dancing, so be prepared to play with music and have fun!

WINTER CLASS for 3-4 y.o.

SPRING CLASS for 3-4 y.o.

Frequently Asked Questions

Fall term begins September 9, 2023.

Winter term begins January 6th, 2024.

Spring term begins April 6, 2024.

Music Play classes are offered on Saturdays at 9:45-10:30 am at St. Luke’s Lutheran Church, 3200 Bayview ave. 

The minimum number of children is 4 per each class. The maximum is 10. We may cancel a class if the enrolment doesn’t meet our minimum  requirement.

Yes! There are requirements such as space and the minimum number of children in the group. Contact us for more information.

Don’t worry. We will never put a kid on the spot to do anything uncomfortable. Young children need sufficient exposure and everyone needs to take the time they need. Teachers will model how to interact with music and your child is going to absorb it all in even when they don’t look fully engage. 

Buddy Rate (Come with a friend)

  • Fall term is $375 per child – 12 classes
  • Winter term is $312.50 per child – 10 classes
  • Spring term is $312.50 per child – 10 classes

Individual Rate

  • Fall term is $420 – 12 classes
  • Winter term is $350 – 10 classes
  • Spring term is $350 – 10 classes


We play with music so we can play music!

Learning music the way we learn our native language.