CMS Kindermusik Now Enrolling for ‘Dream Pillow’ Mini-Session Beginning Oct. 27

| September 23, 2014

Classes in the seven-week ‘Dream Pillows” session begin the week of Oct. 27.

The Community Music School at Webster University is now enrolling for the mini-session “Dream Pillow,” part of the Kindermusik Village curriculum. Play, cuddle and bond with your little ones aged newborn to 18-months old at this seven-week mini-session. “Dream Pillow” begins the week of Oct. 27, with the enrollment deadline Oct. 13.

“Dream Pillow” will help parents learn how to lull their little ones to sleep. Babies and adults will swirl to a dreamy cloud dance Meet Me Tonight in Dreamland. They’ll also play baby appropriate instruments to Aiken Drum, and Sarasponda. There are also many upbeat and playful activities. Favorite nursery rhymes like Wee Willie Winkie and Diddle, Diddle, Dumpling are also sprinkled throughout the classes.

Click here to register for the Kindermusik Village Mini-Session 2.

For more information, including scheduling, locations and fees, visit or call (314) 968-5939.

About Kindermusik Academy

The Kindermusik Academy of the Community Music School of Webster University is recognized by Kindermusik International as a Kindermusik Maestro, Mezzanine Level for 2014-15. The Mezzanine Level Maestros represent the top 5 percent of Kindermusik educators in their class for building a truly expansive program and proving masterful in reaching a large number of families.

About the Community Music School of Webster University

Founded in 1925, CMS offers outstanding music education and performance opportunities to students of all ages and abilities and serves the entire St. Louis metropolitan region. Classes are available in University City, at Faust Park in West County, and at CMS headquarters located on the Webster University campus in Webster Groves. For more information call 314-968-5939.

The Community Music School of Webster University is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Music and is a certified member of the National Guild of Community Schools of the Arts. The Community Music School receives assistance from the Arts and Education Council of Greater St. Louis and the Regional Arts Commission.


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