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||JohannesburgCenturion / TshwanePretoria / Tshwane
||10am or 3pm
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||Kids: R20 per concert
|| From Birth - 7 years old
Classical concerts for parents and kids (birth-7yrs)
Classical music is a brilliant developmental tool for children between the ages of 0 and 7, boosting brain development and concentration. With this concert series, aimed specifically at our younger listeners, we offer a relaxed environment where little ears learn through Mozart, Bach and well-known nursery rhymes.
The recitals are tailor-made with a monthly theme, and includes a lot of interaction and explanation, as well as participation on percussion instruments and moving with the music. Bring your child’s favourite percussion toy, or buy a Little Maestros approved instrument at the concert!
Early music education and stimulation for young children
Early childhood education is probably the most important investment in a child’s life. Exposure to classical music and music education has been proven to be :
* greatly beneficial to the development of the young brain and
* to promote neuroplasticity in the same way that multilingualism does. Aside from the neurological
* stimulating social experience in a group context where little ones can play, interact and learn.
The Mozart Effect’s research from the late 1990’s has been widely accepted as the quintessential study of the highly beneficial effect of classical music (especially form the earlier eras i.e, Baroque and Classical periods) on the human brain. These studies, along with more recent tests showing how the young “brain lights up” when hearing classical music, were the key instigators in starting the Little Maestros series. We also encourage pregnant moms to join our concerts, as the benefit for the unborn child, from as early as 3 months is huge.
Musical Instruments for sale
We sell the following instruments at our concerts:
- shakers - various sizes from babies to older kids.
- ribbon sticks
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