A CHILDS MUSICAL JOURNEY THROUGH LATIN AMERICA
Embark on a captivating musical adventure with your little ones in Little Maestros: A Child's Musical Journey Through Latin America! Join the enchanting Ms. Magaly for a dynamic class that seamlessly blends the joy of singing, dancing, and exploring the vibrant world of global music.
This class is recommended for age 3 months to 5 years old!
In our class, instruments aren't just provided; they're a central part of the experience! With instruments available for use during class and exclusive instrument boxes for purchase, your child can continue the musical magic at home.
The instrument box, priced at only $39, is a treasure trove of musical delights, including a guiro, maracas, claves, tambourine, a scarf, a pipe cleaner for pitch exploration exercises, and a curated Latin American song playlist sheet.
Ms. Magaly skillfully introduces your child to fundamental music concepts while immersing them in the rich musical traditions of diverse Latin American countries. This unique experience goes beyond the ordinary, creating a multicultural learning environment that sparks creativity and curiosity.
Sibling Discount: $10
Entire Series (4 classes): $100
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Friday, February 16,
Friday, February 23
Friday, March 1
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Magaly Cordero-Dietz is the owner and primary teacher of Pop-Up Music School. An active performer and educator in Chicago, she has been performing classical music throughout the Midwest for over 15 years and is a proud member of the Chicago Symphony Chorus. In addition to teaching music, Magaly taught Spanish to preschoolers. She previously taught Spanish at Language Stars and also provided Spanish lessons in private homes. she currently assists with the choral music program at Chicago's St. Procopius School. Also, as a daughter of Afro-Dominican and Cuban immigrants, Magaly loves sharing the music of her heritage with her students.
Magaly holds a Bachelor's degree in Music from Northwestern University and a Master's degree in Vocal Performance from Roosevelt University's Chicago College of Performing Arts.
Shoes Off, Socks at All Times
we recommend non-slip socks!
Must Wash Hands Before Play
No Food in Play Area
We love energy, but let's remember to play gently, no running or pushing, to keep everyone smiling!
If anyone's feeling under the weather, we recommend taking a rain check to keep all our friends healthy and happy.
To guarantee a seamless playtime, pre-register today as walk-ins won't be accommodated. Reserving your spot ensures uninterrupted fun!
Please note, we reserve the right to cancel open play on the day due to low enrollment.
We appreciate your cooperation and look forward to hosting your play-packed adventure!