Students of all ages enjoy lessons in piano, guitar, voice, violin, cello, flute, ukulele, drums, composition, and theory. We teach all styles and genres of music in our central Marda Loop location and in our student’s homes. Our progressive environment offers students a chance to learn and grow as musicians and human beings. Our highly qualified instructors are dedicated to cultivating a lifelong love of music through the development of each student’s natural abilities.
Music Kids for Early Childhood
Established in 2005, Music Kids is Chinook School of Music’s early childhood music program for ages six months to five years. Our modern approach to music education integrates scientific research supporting the positive role that music plays on brain development. Classes incorporate singing, movement and instrument play. Children experience a joyful and nurturing learning environment while developing fundamental music skills.
Group Classes for All Ages
Our group classes are designed to engage and inspire growth and development at every stage of life and encourage a life long love for music.
Explore classes such as Musical Theatre, Pop Ukulele, Beginner Guitar, Adult Vocal Boot Camps, our performance ensembles, masterclasses and so much more.
The Latest News from CSM
CSM director Carrie Kalmykov gives us the “Top 10 Benefits of Learning Drums for Adults and Children” ahead of our Drum Discovery Day program on April 27!
Tweeties Topics are written by Music Kids director and CSM instructor Margaret Dahlberg to support parents of young children in the Music Kids program. Music Kids is Chinook School of Music’s early childhood music program for ages six months to five years.
In our society we have lessons, teachers, classes, coaches and courses to learn how to do almost all of the things we endeavour to do. For the most part, by the time we have our kids we have accomplished many challenging things: we have graduated from high-school, learned to drive, learned to play sports, learned artistic endeavours. Yet with parenting, most of us do not reach out for support until we feel ourselves drowning in the struggles with our children. We seem to have a chip on our shoulder, so determined to prove ourselves that asking for help feels like a battle lost and the raising of the white flag. Does anyone else see how ridiculous this is?
The 2019-2020 Group Program start date list is live!
As each Music Kids session draws to a close, many parents and caregivers wonder what the next best step is for your little one. It is great to chat with your teacher about what is best for your child. Here is a guide to help you decide.