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December 27, 2012

'Music Together' classes offered

GOSHEN — Goshen College Music Center staffers are offering a new term of Music Together classes in various locations in Elkhart and Goshen beginning in early January.

The program is designed to develop basic music competence in children through singing and movement to songs and chants, drawing on a variety of cultures and styles. Children attend a weekly 45-minute class with a parent or other caregiver and receive a songbook and CD for home listening. Classes are taught by a trained professional and take place in various locations throughout Elkhart County.

To register, or for additional information regarding tuition, specific class schedules and locations, contact the Music Center Office at 574-535-7361 or visit the website www.gcmusiccenter.org.

 

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