Miss Jane’s Music


Put your child on the path to musical literacy

All classes are currently being taught LIVE online.

Summer Session begins May 5th and ends on August 1st.

We have great news! While we are housebound, we can still bring the joy of active music-making right into your living rooms!

Now, more than ever, children need music and some structure to the long days at home. So we’re very excited to be able to begin the summer session LIVE online, with Wednesday toddler and baby classes remaining VIRTUAL all summer long! So, if you live too far from the studio to come to an in person class, you can still join us this summer!

At Miss Jane’s Music, we strive to provide the highest quality music learning experience for children, and it is truly amazing how when online classes are done live, the energy of music-making can be felt through the screen, bringing us closer together.

Classes will be conducted LIVE online! Join us!

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Teaching the Language of Music

To be fluent in a language, one must not only be able to read and write, but think in that language. At Miss Jane’s Music Studio, we are teaching children to think in the language of music. Thus when children read music at the appropriate age they are not “translating” note by note but come to a full understanding and can express the music as a whole. Learn More About the Path to Musical Literacy

Music and Movement Benefits

Music’s melodic and rhythmic patterns awaken and stimulate neural pathways in the brain that help develop memory, math skills, and powers of abstract and creative thinking.

Music touches all spheres of development, including language, self-expression, concentration, social interaction, fine motor skills, listening, problem-solving, teamwork. goal-setting, coordination, confidence, self-esteem, music-playing, creativity, family involvement, poise, bonding, voice expression, family interaction, and emotional developoment.

Overall, music activities are ideal for your growing child.

  • Music immerses the child in language
  • Evokes movement
  • Stimulates the brain
  • Fosters physical coordination
  • Develops listening skills, the foremost necessity for learning

All in a group setting that builds community.

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