Our FUN class for 5-7 year old boys. No audition!
Spring Session January 29 – May 21*
Mondays 4:15-5:00 PM
No class on 2/19 (President’s Day) or 4/2 (Ragazzi’s Spring Break).
Music and Movement is held at Ragazzi’s rehearsal site in central Redwood City: 178 Clinton St., Redwood City.
If the session becomes over-enrolled, we will open a wait list for a 3:15 class. If you’d like to add your name to the wait list, please email Leslie Spaeth at email@example.com, before the first session.
The rewards last a lifetime!
We invite your 5-7 year old son to join Ragazzi’s fun, active class for beginning musicians. It’s also a great entry-point into Ragazzi’s program. Taught by Ragazzi’s experienced and skilled faculty, this class is limited to 12 registrants per section.
Music and Movement meets weekly. Parents are invited to attend the final class with their son to participate in some of the activities learned during the sessions. Our engaging teacher has a masters degree in choral conducting and is credentialed as an elementary classroom teacher. She uses a child-developmental approach to reinforce musical concepts through entertaining games, rhythmic movement, songs, and exercises.
*Spring Tuition: $330 for 15 weeks. Every Monday from January 29 – May 21. Each additional brother is $297.
No refunds after the second class.
Ragazzi’s Music and Movement class is the first step to becoming a Ragazzi boy! It’s designed for boys who are 5-7 years old with little or no previous musical training. It’s perfect for younger boys who are eager to sing in a small group, but aren’t ready for the almost 2-hour rehearsals in Ragazzi’s beginning-level performance program.
- Non-auditioned class (just sign up)
- Once a week on Mondays from 4:15-5pm (plus a 3:15-4pm class if demand is sufficient)
- Class size is limited to 12 students
- Fall session is 12 weeks, September – December. No class on Halloween if it falls on a Monday.
- Spring session is 15 weeks, late January – May. No class President’s week or Ragazzi’s Spring Break
Research shows that a child’s intellectual and social development is enhanced through music education. Give your son the gift of improved academic performance, social skills, memory, work habits, creativity and self-esteem.