Early Ears

What is Early Ears? Early Ears is a high-energy class that introduces basic music concepts and highlights a different instrument each week. This 45 minute class is an excellent way to determine if your child has an interest in music and what instrument they might want to pursue in later years.

What age is Early Ears for?  This class is designed for children aged 4 to 6.

What will my child learn in Early Ears? Children learn about different types of instruments, beginning note and rhythm reading, and concepts like low/high, soft/loud, slow/fast. They also engage in fine motor skill activities, listening and reading activities, and work on team-building and classroom cooperation.

Does my child need instruments or a practice routine for home? They don't! Early Ears is designed as an introduction to regular music lessons - the number one goal is to expose them to new musical ideas while fostering a love for music. Any kind of singing, clapping, or marching to music is a great activity to do at home and they have a worksheet sent home each week that friends or family can review with them.

What if my child is going to be absent? Not a worry at all! Feel free to join the other class for the week that you'll be absent. Can't do that either? We'll pick up where we left off in the next class your child attends because of our consistent review schedule!

How much is Early Ears and how many weeks are in a session? Early Ears meets for an 11 week session. There is a $15 registration fee and class cost is $110 if paid in full. There is also a convenient auto-pay option for 3 installment payments of $40. You can join the current session at any time - payments will be prorated.  

When is the class? Tuesday 4:00 - 4:45.

Sounds great! How do I sign up? Click this link to register for the Fall semester now! 

I still have some questions, is there a way to contact someone? Absolutely! Call (318) 473-9999 or email tanya@nugentmusic.com. You can also stop in at NMA's physical location at 192 Pinegrove Drive in Pineville, LA!