Mixed Age Family Classes

For 0-6 year olds and the grown ups who love them. Experience our award winning, pressure free, fun family music classes. Sing, dance and make music alongside our lovely community. Get tools and inspiration to bring joyful music making into your every day life!

Babies Classes

Newborns to 8 months. This class is specifically for babies and their carers. Singing and dancing with your baby is a beautiful way to bond. Making music with other parents of newborns is a great way to connect and make new friends in your community.

Rhythm Kids

Designed for 4-8 year olds the Rhythm Kids program uses a fun, energetic blend of drumming, singing and movement to help children develop key skills and gain a deeper level of musical understanding. Rhythm Kids prepares children for formal music instruction and sets them on the path to becoming lifelong joyful music-makers!

 

We believe that music is our birthright. The best musical learning takes place in a playful, pressure-free, musically rich, family environment.

Try our Rhythm Kids or Mixed Age Family Classes and discover a welcoming community of families who are singing, dancing, jamming, improvising and connecting through music online. Get tools and inspiration to keep joyful music making going outside of class too!

Meet our wonderful teachers

Be inspired to bring the joy of music into your everyday life

Our team of highly trained teachers includes professional singers, experienced musicians, music therapists, instrumental teachers, school teachers, actors and parents who are united by a common passion; bringing the joy of music to families and communities.

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FROM Our Families

NEWS

Rebecca talks about the Rhythm Kids program!

Rebecca Rebecca runs Rhythm Kids and Babies Classes at CERES Environmental Park in Brunswick East on Thursdays and Babies, Rhythm Kids and Family classes online on Fridays . Book HERE. Rhythm Kids is a research-based drumming, singing and movement program designed for four to eight year olds, who are starting to grow out of early

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