Children have fun with music!
On behalf of Keyboard
Beginnings, we hope and pray you are all well and
stay well during these perilous times. Be safe.
Music has a way of healing the soul.
in-person classes have been suspended until further notice.
You are invited to inquire about online classes and private piano lessons via Skype, Zoom, FaceTime.
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Also offering private piano
lessons for all levels
incorporating Keyboard Beginnings Music techniques
Keyboard Beginnings is a music course that introduces young children to their first playing experience on the piano and keyboard as a solo and ensemble instrument. Keyboard Beginnings is an all inclusive music course with songs and lyrics that encourage young children to sing and play simultaneously. Children are gently introduced to note and rhythm notation through the repetition of note patterns and simple rhythms in each song. The music books in the young beginners series were created by Judy Kagel of JBK Music Publishing Co. The music books for young children include activity pages for reviewing concepts taught in each song. Through ear training activities, children learn to distinguish different pitches, listen and clap simple rhythm patterns, and play music with an even tempo.
Keyboard Beginnings, now in its 15th year, has been classroom tested in Monmouth and Ocean Counties of New Jersey.
Where Can Your Child Participate After School?
Call (732) 577-0063 for upcoming free demo lesson.
Don't miss out on this Music Education Program for your child!
Keyboard Beginnings Music IS
for Piano, Keyboard, and other musical instruments
Judy Kagel, author of Keyboard Beginnings, has been chosen once again to present Keyboard Beginnings workshops at the New Jersesy Music Education Association Conference in Atlantic City on Feb 20-22, 2020. Ms. Kagel will demonstrate ideas and techniques for teaching group keyboard in the classroom to grades K-3rd. Included are hands-on activities to develop note reading and rhythm notation that she has developed. <continued>
West Freehold School, Freehold Township, New Jersey
Parent, teacher, music studio inquiries invited
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