Toddlers discover magic of music

Piano Academy tutors Chloe Butler (Left) & Marie Schofield with children attending the Baby Beethoven sessions
Piano Academy tutors Chloe Butler (Left) & Marie Schofield with children attending the Baby Beethoven sessions
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A new pre-school music initiative has been launched the Piano Academy in Skegness for local nurseries and childcarde providers.

The free music sessions are designed to meet the needs of children aged between two and four years old. The Baby Beethoven’s initiative aims to fill a gap for pre-school music services . Run by two tutors who have created fun and structured sessions to meet the needs of pre-school children.

Tutor Chloe Butler said: “It has been proven in many pieces of research that when a child regularly plays music in any shape or form they improve their social and emotional development, language skills, listening skills, levels of concentration, rhythm, movement to music and a general appreciation of all musical skills. Early childhood is a prime time to encourage and grow the child’s innate musical abilities.

“We have already been visiting some nurseries who have had the opportunity to see what can be achieved through music. We believe that music is an experience in life that every child should have the opportunity to explore and develop.”