The Parallels between Art and Musical Play

Click HERE to access Julie’s writing on this subject from 20th January 2016.


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I started taking my eldest child to Julie’s classes when she was 6 months old and are still attending now taking my third child, 8 years later. We love Julie’s warmth with children and her lessons are totally engaging with full parent and child involvement. The routine and structure of the lessons following the children’s interests and activities have taught me how to incorporate music and singing into our play at home. It’s neat to hear the children making up their own songs during their play and our youngest child’s first words were sung! The children have also loved dancing around the lounge to Julie’s CDs and they’re great for sing-a-longs in the car. Julie’s classes have also laid the foundation to help our eldest learn her first instruments, the viola and ukulele. We’re sure Julie’s classes have created a life long love of music for our children! Thank you Julie, we love coming to your classes!

Nic Raddicliffe, Parent
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