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Musikgarten welcomes Emma, Rachel and Sophie and The Music House for Children.

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The Music House for Children (www.musichouseforchildren.co.uk) is proud to formally adopt Musikgarten from September 2017 as its former owners move onto new unchartered territories. Like Musikgarten, The Music House has been nurturing musical creativity for over two decades. Our founding principles look to inspiration from Reggio Emilia, Jacques-Samuel Dalcroze, Zoltan Kodaly and Musikgarten.
Retaining Musikgarten’s ethos our lessons are taught with the child’s social, communicative and learning development at the heart of our delivery. Classes, concerts, shows and workshops are constantly revised and refreshed. Our trained music educators musically nurture babies, toddlers, young children and children with additional needs including language delay, autism and deafness. Through music each one develops as independent thinking, artistic and confident beings.

We constantly share new music, projects, and musical workshops. We collaborate with colleagues around the world to draw on global shifts in how we approach education. Our London based school provides group lessons and performance opportunities, holiday workshops and multi-arts musical story-tales.

By adopting Musikgarten based in Exeter, Devon we are spreading a powerful, collective message of music as an important ingredient as an essential part of every young child’s life. The quality of our training, resources and teaching work will help to provide ongoing collaboration with life-minded early years music specialists across the county.

Since 2010 we have worked with prestigious organisations in the South West including Carousel, Babcock Music Services, Daisis, Soundwaves & Take Art. We have worked with children’s music festivals, specialist units, schools, nursery settings and early years specialists. We look forward to cementing our relationship with families, the SW early years work force and music specialists, and to building on all that Mervyn and Kathryn have achieved to highlight, profile and extend our voice in early years music teaching and training.

Our aim for the next two decades? To carry on.

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