Serving Eastern Long Island from Setauket to Southold, Lyrical Children offers Music Together Parent/Child classes which are designed to allow children to grow musically in a developmentally appropriate way. Wiggling, singing, and laughing with your child is so much fun—it’s easy to forget how much learning is taking place! Our research-based curriculum not only develops music skills, it nurtures creativity, self-expression, and confidence while also supporting social, emotional, cognitive, and physical development.

The focus of our Music Together® program is to bring the joy of family music making to all families with children birth through age five and the adults who love them. Young children learn through play and experimentation and by watching and listening to the grownups they love. In addition to the play based weekly class experience, each family receives a set of two CD’s, a songbook and Parent Guide. This allows the children to process the music at home, where parents can join in and make music a part of their daily life. Each new semester brings a new set of music with a wide variety of songs to love!

Classes are offered at various locations, days and times to accommodate all schedules. New families can arrange for a Free Demo visit to one of our classes.

As our music programs have grown over the years we have added Babies Only classes, Piano Kids classes for ages 4 & up, musical Birthday Parties and a Creative Arts based Preschool & Learning Center.

Visit www.LyricalChildren.com for more information or call us at 631-208-4003.

Classes offered in Setauket, Port Jefferson, Miller Place, Calverton, Riverhead, Mattituck and Southold.

 

 

 

What Mamas are saying about Lyrical Children:

“Great! We love it! It carries over into many activities in our life & the music makes long car rides fun. Since we all know the songs we sing together as a family.

Worth the expense.”

“I really feel a strong sense of community in our classroom. I enjoy the feeling of safety that my daughter has in music because she is comfortable and knows that not only am I looking out for her, but all the other parents are serving as role-models and care-givers to her as well.”