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Christmas is just around the corner. Wondering what to get the music-loving child in your life? I’ve got you covered! makingmusicianslpm.blogspot.com/2013/11/giftguide.html?m=1

emy_cropped 2Emy LeFevre is a fully certified Let’s Play Music instructor and has just finished her 5th year of teaching this fantastic beginning piano/musicianship course. She is also certified to teach the delightful parent and child class, Sound Beginnings for children 4 and under.Emy loves working with children and is a natural teacher. She has a BS degree in Electrical Engineering from BYU–Math and music go hand in hand 🙂

She has played the piano since she was 8 years old and has taught piano for 9 years. She also had the opportunity to direct a local church children’s chorus for a year. She accompanied said chorus for several years as well.

Teaching Let’s Play Music and Sound Beginnings are Emy’s hobby and she strives to make each child and family in her studio feel loved and find success at making music.

Click here to get registration instructions.

What is Let’s Play Music?

Let’s Play Music is a music theory course that emphasizes total musicianship through piano playing, singing, classical music, note reading, and ear training… and it is accomplished through play.

Read more on the official Let’s Play Music website.

Curriculum

The curriculum is organized into three sequential years. The first year, we use engaging games and songs and incorporate Tone Bells to teach staff awareness and rhythm reading skills. The second year, we transfer these skills to playing the piano where we also learn chord notation, intervals, and harmonic improvisation. By the end of the third year, students are playing piano at an intermediate level, transposing music, composing their own music, sight-reading music, and are prepared to excel in further private piano instruction.
The Let’s Play Music site has more information on each year’s curriculum.