Elnora's music studio where she teaches music which includes Musikgarten for young children as well as private piano and voice lessons.
Musikgarten with Mrs. Elnora and Mrs. Nicole
As well as teaching private lessons, Elnora is also is a certified Musikgarten teacher that teaches group lessons in Lloydminster, Alberta to young children from babies to age 9. Musikgarten is a teaching system that reaches the child right where he/she is at. As music is an international language, children should learn it similar to the way they learn language. First by listening, then by vocalizing, then reading and writing. Musikgarten starts with the basics of rhythm, tonal patterns, actions, dancing, and songs, as a fun introduction to music. There are so many physical, social, developmental, and musical benefits from joining in a Musikgarten class!
Toddlers: age 18 mos to 3
Preschoolers: age 3-5
Music Makers: age 4-6
Group Keyboard: age 5-9
For more information: 306-307-5606
visit her facebook page at facebook.com/musikgartenlloyd
Toddlers - ages 1.5 to 3.5
Nicole Schwartz - Associate Teacher
I am Nicole Schwartz. I am 45 years old and originally from North Battleford. My husband Cliff and I live in Kitscoty with our dog Molly. I have a Bachelor Degree in Church Music (vocal performance concentration) from Canadian Bible College. I am also a licensed Musik Garten Educator. I have taught voice lessons for 10 years and piano lesson for 5 years. I believe that music can enrich every aspect of our lives no matter what age or level of experience we are at.
Private Piano Lessons:
Elnora's piano training background is from the Royal Conservatory of Music and she has prepared numerous students for RCM exams, both practical and theory. She also has many years of experience playing keyboards in bands and has taught her students how to read chord charts and improvise.
Group Keyboard is for ages 5-9. It introduces a student to the fundamentals of playing keyboard as well as focusing on developing musicianship by means of melody patterns, rhythm patterns, by using percussion instruments, as well as movement and singing. It is ideal for students who are musical, but have a hard time sitting still. The curriculum is designed to develop the ear and teaches students to learn how to transpose early on. This approach of learning to play is a very strong precursor to private lessons.