Music and movements activities for great musical beginnings.


With our early childhood program in Winchester, we would like to give your child a world of musical possibilities.

Your child will gain a lot from learning music at an early age. The temptation of having a little Mozart at home is often a strong motivation. Beyond this, however, introducing your child to music at an early age could improve their listening skills, facilitate their language development, help build their motor skills, strengthen the family bond, among other benefits.

The Importance of Music in Early Childhood Development:

Early childhood exposure to music teaches many life skills. Music has been shown to accelerate brain development, particularly in regards to communication skills such as speech and reading comprehension. Music also helps increase a child’s socio-emotional skills helping to lay the foundation for expressing thoughts and emotions in a healthy way. Learning an instrument, such as piano, also helps students develop many useful life skills such as diligence, perseverance, and self-expression all while granting a reward that will last the rest of their lives.

Stage Music Center presents the perfect opportunity to open your child to a world of musical possibilities with our Notes in Motion program. We offer foundation lessons in piano and music, including ear training, note-reading, and ensemble playing. Beyond the direct keyboard lessons, your child would also benefit from stimulating rhythmic activities as well as creative projects. Rest assured, your child would be starting off with a solid foundation in music in an atmosphere of fun and excitement!

Our comprehensive instruction plan introduces your child to music in a carefully planned manner. The curriculum, teaching techniques, and instructional materials are all optimized to make learning music fun and engaging for your child. Teachers, parents, and the kids are all empowered to synchronize on a common level and make music together.

Why Notes in Motion music program?

For ages 2.5 to 4.5 years. Children are divided in 2 age groups: ages 2.5 to 3.5 and ages 3.5 to 4.5

  • Uses piano to lay the foundation for future musicians

  • Children have fun while encouraging healthy brain development

  • Parents learn how to help foster a musical environment at home

  • Designed to positively affect young children self development while introducing them to the joy of music through musical movement activities, singing, listening, dancing and playing simple instruments.

  • Emphasizes on active and thoughtful participation

The piano is one of the most fundamental and accessible instruments and will be incorporated into each class. A perfect tool for learning music theory the piano is the perfect starter instrument enjoyable for both the novice and virtuosic musician. 

Join your child as they learn to be creative and express themselves through music. In this 12 week course we will explore concepts that will not only develop a foundation for music and piano readiness skills but will also expand your child’s musical, social and listening skills. Through interactive games and activities your child will grasp concepts such as pitch, dynamics, rhythm and other music fundamentals essential for musical development. 

Musical beginnings are made through what children do best: Play!

Tuition: 12-week program $299. Starts on 09/16/2019.

On Mondays at 11.00 am - 11.45 am & 3.00 pm and 4.00 pm - 4.45 pm

Call us at 781 570 2556 to save your spot. You have the option to register online once you have secured your place.

Children may register throughout the program if space permits. Tuition will be prorated.

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At our music school in Winchester MA, we also offer a complete bridge from early childhood music education to any musical activity, providing children with a strong musical foundation. 

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Please contact us for any questions. Thank you!


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