Fri, Sep 2nd | 6:30 PM
Old Town School of Folk Music offers group classes in music, art, and dance; private lessons; and camps – specifically designed for young folks. Old Town School kids are creative, confident, life-long learners!
Since 1985, the Old Town School of Folk Music's celebrated early childhood music program has welcomed young children and their families to the world of music. Children sing, dance, learn finger plays and story songs, and explore rhythm instruments especially designed for little hands. For children newborn through four years, it's the perfect time for these special experiences with the language of music.
Children's group music classes in guitar, fiddle, piano, drums, banjo, and voice are designed to be fun and encouraging. Your child will build music skills and a sense of achievement that inspires a lifetime of continued musical education and enjoyment.
Our dance teachers help children of all ages experience the joy of dance as they learn to use their bodies to explore space, rhythm, music, and mood through fun activities, steps, and routines.
Our art classes center on the joyful experience of harnessing the imagination to invent something unique. Each class period explores new themes and materials as young artists develop lifelong skills in self-expression, creative thought, and artistic confidence.
Through a non-competitive ensemble approach, young folks cultivate confidence and build creative skills through theatrical experiences, joyful creative expression, and exciting performance opportunities.
Private lessons provide extra personal attention and a program tailored to your child's interests and abilities. Private instruction in piano, guitar, fiddle, drum kit, and more, is available for kids 5 years old and up.
Create, collaborate, and connect in our summer camps for kids and teens! Our camps offer an intensive, sophisticated, and joyful learning experience, all while creating a deep sense of community with authentic exposure to many artistic cultural traditions and practices. Campers are supported and instructed by a diverse and talented staff of teachers and counselors who help every student connect with the multidisciplinary arts-based curriculum in a variety of exciting and meaningful ways.
Many of our faculty and staff are also available for hire as performers and educators off-site.