Kindermusik of Greensboro's City Arts

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Kindermusik is music-making with a purpose. Early introduction to music and movement impacts your child's brain and body development in a way few other learning methods can. Science has shown that children of any age learn more when the learning is playful and fun. Kindermusik kids laugh, smile, stomp, play, kick, clap, jump, sing, and dance. Having fun is just the beginning. Steeped in educational theory, classes engage the potential found in every child setting a strong foundation for a lifetime of learning.

We offer Kindermusik classes at the Greensboro Cultural Center for children ages newborn through five. Register online now for Fall or contact The Music Center.

Fall 2018

Register by August 22nd and receive a $5 discount!


Newborn-18 months

Wednesdays 11:30 am-12:15 pm

    September 5th-October 17th                        October 24th-December 19th

$105 per 7 week session including materials

Taught by Claire Clark, Kindermusik Maestro of Masterful Teaching

Newborn-5 years

Tuesdays 9:30-10:15 am or Thursdays 5:45-6:30 pm

$185 for 14 week session including materials

Taught by Melody Rose, Licensed Kindermusik Educator

18 months-3 years

Wednesdays 10:30-11:15 am 

$195 for 14 week session including materials

Taught by Claire Clark, Kindermusik Maestro of Masterful Teaching

3-5 years

Thursdays 4:30-5:15 pm (caregivers attend the last 15 minutes of each class)

$185 for 14 week session including materials

Taught by Melody Rose, Licensed Kindermusik Educator

Claire Clark has been educating peopleClaire Clark, Piano & Kindermusik of all ages for 30 years. She holds piano performance degrees from UGA and UNCG, as well as an Advanced Certificate from the Guildhall School of Music in London where she studied on a Rotary Scholarship. Clark currently teaches private piano lessons at the Music Center, accompanies the Choral Society of Greensboro, and directs the adult Fellowship Ringers and the children’s Fellowship Chimes groups at Fellowship Presbyterian Church. Clark has attained the distinction of Maestro of Masterful Teaching from Kindermusik International and co-authored many of the current Kindermusik curricula units.

Melody Rose, General MusicMelody Rose holds a Bachelor's degree in music and education from Western Carolina University and Guilford College. She obtained her teaching license with the State of North Carolina as a K-6 teacher with endorsements for K-12 music, science and math. Rose plays  in the Greensboro Concert Band (flute and piccolo), Greensboro Percussion Ensemble, and the Triad Panhandlers (Lead Pan). Rose plays the flute, trumpet, violin, guitar, organ, and various percussion, and enjoys singing. She also directs the Friedens Lutheran Church Youth Choir and Bell Choir in Gibsonville, where she also encourages the youth of the church to share their musical gifts assisting them to play their chosen instruments for services (ukulele, string bass, violin and winds). 

Allie Arpajian, Kindermusik

Alexandra (Allie) Arpajian began studying music at age three and went on to complete her bachelor's degree in music/vocal performance at the University of Delaware and her master's degree in recreational therapy from UNCG. In Delaware, she starred in many leading operatic roles including Nancy in Albert Herring, Julie in Firebird Motel, La Ciesca in Gianni Schicchi and Ida in Die Fledermaus.  Arpajian currently sings with Piedmont’s Bel Canto. In addition to vocal studies, she has studied percussion since age seven and piano since age three, and performed in many recitals, ensembles, and solo pieces with choirs and bands. Arpajian has studied orchestral percussion, drum set, and steel pan and was a member of the University of Delaware Percussion Ensemble as well as the Steel Pan Ensemble.

Kindermusik SC 2013  Spring 2014 KM 4  Spring 2014 KM 3