Experience the Joys of Music-Making with Your Child

In this research-based and internationally-recognized program, skilled teachers guide you and your child through carefully planned music and movement activities. These experiences foster your child's innate potential for being musical and creative and help you recognize and reinforce your child's music development. 

About the Classes

  • Classes feature a broad array of music and activities.
  • Classes available for children from Birth up to age 4.
  • Classes meet once a week for 45 minutes. 
  • Each child must be accompanied by a parent or caregiver

Instructor: Dr. Kerry Renzoni 


Rockwell Hall 101 and 107
1300 Elmwood Ave. Buffalo, NY 14222

Enter through Lot I-30 doors and follow signs. 
Free stroller accessible parking is available in Lot I-30, just off Iroquois Drive, west of Elmwood Ave. 

? Tuition

$110 per semester - 10 sessions
Payable by credit card online


Dr. Kerry Renzoni, Coordinator, Undergraduate Music Education
(716) 878-3831



Birth to 18 Months Class

Teachers guide children and caregivers in making music together through a broad array of developmentally-appropriate and engaging music activities. Teachers also help caregivers become aware of children’s natural music-making abilities and provide tools for caregivers to continue making music with children at home.

? Spring 2020 Semester
Saturdays, February 8-April 25 (No classes March 25 or April 11)
10:30 a.m.–11:15 a.m.

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18 - 36 Months Class

Children are guided in continuing on their journey toward musical independence through carefully designed singing, moving, and creative music-making activities. Children’s natural inclinations to explore and play with music are incorporated into the class. Small hand percussion instruments and manipulatives are included to encourage group and individual music making.

? Spring 2020 Semester
Saturdays, February 8-April 25 (No classes March 25 or April 11)
9:30 a.m. - 10:15 a.m.

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3 and 4 Years Old Class

Children experience music making independent of caregiver participation. Children’s natural interests at this age to spontaneously create songs, play and move imaginatively, explore music notation, and experience a variety of instruments are incorporated into instruction. This class prepares children for formal music lessons.

? Spring 2020 Semester
Saturdays, February 8-April 25 (No classes March 25 or April 11)
11:30 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

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