Baby Menuhins is an exciting new programme to help children develop a love of music, creativity and expression in a fun and safe community environment.
The classes will provide expert teaching, helping little ones from the ages of 0-4 years to develop natural responses to music, pulse, and rhythm and enjoy a gentle introduction to music-making. Following the ethos of The Yehudi Menuhin School and Yehudi Menuhin himself, Baby Menuhins will also incorporate elements of mindfulness and well-being, something we believe sets us apart from other baby and toddler music classes.
We are working with the DaCapo Music Foundation who have developed an award-winning musical curriculum using the proven methods of Kodály and Dalcroze Eurythmics. Kodály’s approach develops musicianship through singing and Dalcroze Eurythmics enables musical concepts to be discovered and expressed through whole body movement.
Our classes are interactive and engaging. You can expect lots of singing and activities involving moving to music with instruments such as rhythm sticks, bells and egg shakers, as well as scarves and soft toys.
Baby Menuhin classes are led by Suzanne Evans, our Early Years and Junior Programmes Lead. Find out more from Suzanne in our promotional video and read more about her below.
Read more about Suzanne and the Junior Menuhins Team.
We offer weekly classes for three age groups: 6 months to 1 year, 6 months to 3 years, and 3 years plus.
They will take place in the foyer of our concert venue, The Menuhin Hall, each Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday during term time starting from 18 April.
We are easily accessible from all areas of Surrey and South West London and free parking is available on site.
09:30-10:00 – 6 months to 1 year
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We are grateful for the generous support of the Skyrme Hart Charitable Trust towards the core costs of the programme.