Why try an early childhood music program?

Children take to song and movement naturally as they develop. Creative expression helps young humans develop social-emotional (also called SE, soft, or non-cognitive) skills like self-regulation, self-esteem, and turn-taking. Physical skills like gross/fine motor, balance, and bilateral coordination (using both sides of the body at the same time) also mature through musical interaction. Mini Mozarts offers opportunities for healthy self-expression, world-building, family bonding, and fun in a safe environment. Register today to drop in and experience a 45 minute class with our compliments!

Our first class is for 3-4 year-olds and enrolls monthly for Saturday mornings at 10am. Class for 1 year olds is coming soon.

Also, who was Mozart?

Definitive classical composer and performer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart was a child prodigy. He was composing his first pieces on violin and keyboard at the age of five and was performing for royalty before the age of ten. Mozart would go on to write more than 600 pieces, from operas to solos to symphonies before his time on earth ended at age 35.  We can't promise to replicate this level of success, but we can bring the joy of music to young children!

Contact

Got questions about Mini Mozarts? Call us at 817.926.6454 or email Haley, our Groove Coordinator (sweet title, huh?), using the link below.

Funkytown Music Academy's location

We are a project of University United Methodist Church near TCU in Fort Worth. Our parking lot entrance is on Forest Park, across from Paschal High School.

2416 West Berry St.
Fort Worth, TX. 76110
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