What is Bebop Kids?
Bebop Kids is our new early music education pilot program that incorporates the domains of early childhood development. The brainchild of owner, Maria McNeil, Christy Adams, and director of music education, Amanda Balltrip, Bebop Kids is designed to engage children ages 2-8 by learning about music. Bebop Kids encourages the importance of having parents and caregivers actively participate in class with their children. Each 30-45minute class is packed with music games, movement, and social activities. Classes involve learning basic music concepts with singing, moving, listening, and exploring musical instruments. Bebop Kids was developed by music specialist, Natali Freed and is taught by Joanna Moses.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org to book a group class.
Mark your calendars for new dates for Bebop Kids:
March 10th, 1 p.m., $5 per child (ages 2-8) at McNeil Music Center.
March 24th, 11 a.m., Free (ages 0-5), Pulaski County Library
June 6th, 11 a.m., Free (ages 0-8), Pulaski County Library
July 2nd, 11 a.m., Free (ages 0-12), Pulaski County Library
After March, Bebop Kids will be taking a break to allow the faculty and staff to develop a full educational curriculum that will be fun and exciting for the upcoming Bebop seasons. Bebop will then return for one class in June and one class in July. We are striving to bring the best learning experience to you and look forward to a bright Bebop Kids future. Watch for new dates, which we will be posting.