Hummingbird Sing & Play Music School

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Hummingbird Sing & Play Music School

from 185.00

Ages 6 Months to 4 Years
Our little songsters must be accompanied by a parent or caregiver.

Fridays 10 - 10:45 am - CLASS FULL
Apr 7 - Jun 9

Add $20 if you would like a CD.

Teacher: Katerina Lu

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About this Class

Hummingbird Sing & Play Class, designed by Katerina Lu, is based on the Suzuki Association of the Americas' Early Child Education Curriculum. Suzuki's method does not aim to teach every baby and toddler to play an instrument, but is a bright and cheery meet-up space for children and their caregivers to explore musical instruments, to feel the beat and rhythm of music and poetry, to become acquainted with different styles of music and the sounds of different instruments. And, most importantly, to sing, play, and bond with music and each other.

Dr. Suzuki believed that music making was not only fun but also a powerful means of making each budding musician a kinder and nobler human being ultimately transforming the world as a result. 

Hummingbird Sing & Play is a magical first stepping stone on the path into the bright future for your child and the entire world. 

Come join in for a morning of connection and creative outbursts of joy - we look forward to making beautiful music together!

About Katerina

Katerina Lu is a violinist, pianist, teacher and a mother of two beautiful children. She brings to Vancouver her deep knowledge and passion for all things music, her experience teaching violin and piano privately, and her hands-on understanding of how young children learn and develop. Katerina was trained as a classical violinist and pianist in a conservatory in Russia and has been teaching violin and piano to students of all ages in Russia and the US prior to welcoming her two beautiful children, now aged 8 and 5, into the world and moving to Vancouver. 

In the process of becoming a Suzuki parent to her daughter, who has been studying violin with a Suzuki teacher, Katerina absorbed and became passionate about Dr. Shinichi Suzuki’s philosophy that every child is innately musical and capable of mastering an instrument if he or she is provided with a musically saturated environment and grown-ups’ loving support from an early age.