Groups for eight-year-olds

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Lauluryhmä (Singing group), ages 68

La la la! How does the wind howl? How does a mouse whisper? What does a frog’s croak sound like? Come along and sing together and find out all the things you can do with your voice.

In the singing group you learn the basics of singing, think about how sound is created and get to know how to control your own voice and body. The lessons include moving, singing and dancing together, as well as going through the basic elements of music.

The goal is to get to know singing as an instrument and experience the joy of singing together.

Bändikaruselli (Band carousel), ages 7–8

We should start a band! All 7–8-year-old children interested in rhythmic music and playing in a band are welcome to these lessons. The group meets once a week, and we will get to know all the band instruments throughout the year. Music institute instruments are available to us: guitars, basses, keyboards, and drums. Let’s jam and sing together!

Bändikaruselli 7-8-vuotiaat

Musajengi (Music gang), ages 6–9

Let’s make some music! In the music gang, you play together with friends. We will play and rhyme on kanteles, rhythmic instruments, pianos, recorders, and tile instruments. The gang will compose and improvise easy melodies independently and together as well as learn notation and rhythmic symbols through games. You will get to know different orchestral and band instruments as we enter the world of different music genres.


Rytmiikka (Rhythm group), ages 6–8

Cha-bam! Make music with your body! The rhythm group explores body percussion in a fun and creative way and teaches different comps. The lessons contain musical exercise, playing, singing, rhyming, and rapping. Developing rhythmic understanding creates a basis for making music, exercising, and developing the perceptive skills. The rhythmic group is also excellent preparation for potential instrument instruction.