Fun - Sensory - Structured

The Coronavirus crisis has changed life as we know it - so we're going with the flow, offering live online music classes for babies, toddlers, pre-schoolers, primary school-aged children and children with special needs.

Online classes run throughout the week during term-times on the online platform Zoom and can be booked now. Also, do make the most of our free online resources

 

Passionate about children and music, we are solidly rooted in the Kodály method to bring you the best teaching practices from around the world.


Classes at our venues the Harlington in Fleet and at the Spire Church in Farnham will resume once restrictions have been lifted.

Classes for Children aged 0-12
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Babies, Toddlers & Preschoolers

Our 0-3 and 2-4 Classes

Engaging songs & activities, movement and stories to encourage children to make the music their own.

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Reception & Key Stage 1

Classes for children in Reception, Year 1 and Year 2

Learning the language of music in a fun and playful way, the ideal foundation for later instrumental tuition. Children acquire a good sense of rhythm and tuning, and learn to read basic music notation – no home practice required.

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Key Stage 2

Classes for children in Year 3 and beyond

Children continue discovering and mastering increasingly advanced concepts, learning the nuts and bolts of music practically through continued whole-body movement, singing games and instruments. Learning to play by ear, sight-reading and harmonising are all covered, developing well-rounded musicians

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Home Ed

Weekday morning classes for home-educated children 

A class for home-educated children and their parents covering a range of ages and enabling families with several children to all attend the same class

Vivace Music School

Founded in 1994 as the Len Tyler Music School, Vivace continues providing fun, interactive and structured group music classes for children under new ownership. Nadja explains what this means. 

Why music? Watch to find out!

This fantastic short video by Anita Collins brings you up to speed on all the latest research on music and its effects on the brain. For the full TED talk click here.

Contact

01252 544 732

Our office is staffed on a part-time basis. If calls are not answered, please leave a message or email us and we will endeavour to get back to you as quickly as possible.

 

We'd love to hear from you

Postal Address

 

Vivace Music School

12 Ship Lane

Farnborough

GU14 8BX

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