Mistletoe Musikgarten has provided early childhood music and movement in Fort Worth since 1997. We are deeply committed to sharing joyful, active music-making - in baby music classes, toddler music classes, and pre-school and kindergarten music classes with children and adults. While we nurture music aptitude and develop music literacy, children and parents (and adult piano students) enjoy the musical activities, in class and at home. Research has shown that music aptitude is highest at birth but diminishes if not actively nurtured in young children, so our musical activities intentionally nurture your child's music aptitude. Read What Parents are Saying to find out more.
To hear the music and see the joy, I invite you to watch a brief movie about Musikgarten right now!
Mistletoe Musikgarten, located in Fort Worth . . .
* offers music classes for children from birth to age seven
* engages children in singing and creative movement
* attunes the child's ear and refines the young voice
* develops rhythmic bodies for instrumental playing
* nurtures the child’s music aptitude
The children at Mistletoe Musikgarten . . .
* bounce, dance, rock, sing, chant, and listen
* enjoy playing rhythm sticks, drums, jingles, and shakers
* play rhythms and melodies on the resonator bars
* discover and play both familiar and new songs on keyboard
Please sign me up NOW for reminder emails before each semester. After you sign up, watch for a quick email to "opt-in." OR call NOW to schedule a FREE Preview class.
For spring 2018, classes are on Tuesday and Wednesday mornings, as they are every semester. Our classes are in central Fort Worth, near the Fort Worth Zoo. If you want reminders about FREE events and early registration (when tuition is less), sign up for email reminders here. After you sign up, we'll stay in touch -- and you'll be able to opt-out of emails easily, whenever you choose.
Tip of the Season: Winter is a wonderful time for outdoor listening. Squirrel chatter and bird songs carry beautifully through the bare trees and the crisp air. Take a walk, talk about what you hear with your little ones, and ask them what they hear. Make it fun! Start a family tradition of echoing the nature sounds in your neighborhood, at the playground, and in the parks that you visit. You'll be surprsied at how beautiful your animal sounds and bird songs will become! Enjoy the season.
I look forward to enjoying active music-making with you and your family this summer, fall, winter and spring. After all, music is for all seasons.
For Current Piano Students ONLY
Carol E. Spencer, CMO