Community Music School’s Kindermusik Program Enrolling for Spring Classes

| December 8, 2014
Sing, dance and play at Kindermusik!

Sing, dance and play at Kindermusik!

In the original music and movement program for children, Kindermusik teachers understand that children learn best when they can see it, hear it, touch it, and then express it in their own creative ways. Each week in class, a trained Kindermusik educator leads families through research-proven and giggle-approved activities using music as the vehicle for learning.

Spring 2015 – Kindermusik and Young Years Classes

Open enrollment begins Dec. 9 for Spring 2015 Kindermusik and Young Years music classes at the Community Music School of Webster University. If you enroll for classes by Jan. 9, you will receive an Early-Bird discount. Some classes fill early!

Kindermusik and Young Years classes begin Jan. 26, and are open to children ages birth through 6-years old. Class descriptions, class times and locations, registration information are all available online. Learn more at

Free Demo Day Classes, Discounted Tuition

Not sure how your baby or child will do in a class setting? Try a Kindermusik and/or Young Years Demo Day class at no cost. If you enroll for Spring classes at a Demo Day, you can receive a discount. Children ages birth to 6-years old and their parents who are new to Kindermusik or Young Years are eligible for a Demo Day class. Demo Day admission is free, with no cost or obligation, but reservations are required. Call (314) 968-5939 or register online at

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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