Music Program for the Very Young

We will be CLOSED
for Thanksgiving:
Nov 28th to Dec 1st.

About Us

We seek to encourage curiosity and imagination inside a child, to awaken love for music and dance and make it part of their life.
Our program nurtures the love of arts and the invaluable social, aural and motor skills developed at an early age.

For more information read these frequently asked questions

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Ogg ammise di non possedere prove tangibili delle sue asserzioni, perché al personale dei servizi informativi era vietato conservare i documenti riservati. Presumevo che le copie fossero mostrate a Kimmel; quella era la linea di condotta della Marina’. Il 3 dicembre le missioni diplomatiche giapponesi che si trovavano negli Stati Uniti, in Gran Bretagna e nelle Indie orientali olandesi ricevettero l’ordine di distruggere tutti i loro sistemi di codifica. Perché i rapporti radiogoniometrici mancavano nelle copie dell’ammiraglio Kimmel? I rapporti originali di Rochefort sono stati trovati dall’autore, conservati tra i documenti della Marina nei National Archives, ma tutti i rilevamenti radiogoniometrici dei mesi di novembre e dicembre del 1941 sono stati tagliati grossolanamente dalle copie preparate per Kimmel. Ma assicurò che una conferma alla sua testimonianza si poteva trovare nelle registrazioni della stazione di Dutch Harbor, in Alaska.

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Il suo messaggio fu intercettato da Henry F. Garstka della stazione H alle 20.40 di venerdì 5 dicembre e successivamente incluso nel pacco preparato quotidianamente da Kisner, che fu consegnato a Dyer alle 13 del giorno seguente. Dopo il ritorno alla Casa Bianca, il 1° dicembre, Roosevelt discusse per più di un’ora con il ministro della Marina Knox, il segretario di Stato Hull e con l’ammiraglio Stark, l’unico ufficiale militare presente. Per errore, il suo capo di Stato maggiore, il contrammiraglio Matome Ugaki, autorizzò la prima trasmissione circa due ore prima, alle 2.45 secondo l’ora delle Hawaii. L’elemento catalizzatore che si nascondeva dietro la discussione della Casa Bianca era la necessità di superare l’opposizione dell’America alla guerra. Il resoconto fornito da Stimson della discussione nello studio ovale è falso. Subito dopo la pubblicazione del libro di Toland, le sue affermazioni furono messe in discussione da storici illustri, che si appellavano alle dichiarazioni giapponesi secondo cui le navi dirette verso Pearl Harbor mantennero il silenzio radio e non poterono essere intercettate dagli americani. Whitlock spiegò ancora che i rapporti, prima di essere inviati alle Hawaii, erano codificati attraverso un sistema di codifica della Marina chiamato TESTM. Sette trasmissioni navali, intercettate tra il 28 novembre e il 6 dicembre, confermarono che il Giappone intendeva iniziare la guerra e che avrebbe cominciato da Pearl Harbor.


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Email us at:
musibambino
@gmail.com

Or call:
(212) 877-7125
Playing the cello
Age Appropriate Classes
Music

Our classes engage babies ages 4-12 months in sing-along activities that introduce classical, folk and popular music. Teachers demonstrate musical instruments from the string, woodwind, brass and percussion families; and babies are given an opportunity to experience the sight, sound and touch of many orchestral instruments.

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Kids ages 1-2 years become more engaged in sing-along songs and musical games that focus on building their aural development. Teachers motivate children in activities that encourage meaningful movement and response to music. Children observe, listen and are given the opportunity to hold and experiment with their own miniature version of classical instruments of the orchestra as well as folk instruments like guitar, accordion and harmonica.

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Children are exposed to more sophisticated melodies and begin to rhythmically accompany the melodies on various percussion instruments such as the xylophone, triangle, maracas, tambourine and castanets. Playing on musical instruments like violins, recorders and harmonicas, kids have the opportunity to imitate their teacher in ensembles. Children start learning to interact, listen and work together as a cohesive group.

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Children are able to accompany songs and learn basic rhythm concepts through bongos, cowbells, wood blocks and other percussion ensembles. They enjoy singing their favorite songs and play in string ensembles using mainly the open strings. They also experiment with the melodic possibilities of the xylophone. Children develop a fine ear and are able to distinguish between sounds of different musical instruments such as violin, cello, bassoon, clarinet, trumpet, harp and many more. Teachers show them how music is notated and help build an understanding of rhythm and note reading.

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This class is usually a small group where we develop our student’s skills while playing in instrumental ensembles such as strings and xylophones. This group is special in that the students build greater focus by playing music together. Within this group they not only pretend that they are musicians- they each become one! Students are given small homework assignments and at this age we convey to them the importance of regular practice. They are taught the symbols associated with music and various activities allow them to remember and understand music and also increase their interest and concentration. This class is designed to help children choose which instrument they want to pursue for private music instruction.

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Convenient Manhattan Location

48 West 68th Street Studio
(Columbus Ave and Central Park West)

To get there by subway:
1    to 66th Street or 72nd Street
2   3    to 72nd Street
B   C    to 72nd Street

110 West 96th Street Studio
(Columbus and Amsterdam Ave)

To get there by subway:
1  2  3   to 96th Street
B  C    to 96th Street

Schedules & Fees
Please feel free to contact us (212) 877-7125 with any questions.
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‏MUSIBAMBINO OPEN DATE MARCH 22, 2021

Please email us at [email protected] for registration!!!!

 

Winter/Summer 2021 March 22 to August 21

 MONDAY
TUESDAYWEDNESDAYTHURSDAYFRIDAYSATURDAY
9:30201U
2-3yrs
103U
1-2yrs
105U
1-2yrs
107U
1-2yrs
205U
2-3yrs
10:30101U
1-2yrs
202U
2-3yrs
203U
2-3yrs
204U
2-3yrs
112U
1-2yrs
206U
2-3yrs
11:30102U
1-2yrs
002U
4-12mos
003U
4-12mos
304U
3-4yrs
108U
1-2yrs
109U
1-2yrs
12:30001U
4-12mos
104U
1-2yrs
106U
1-2yrs
004U
4-12mos
006U
4-12mos
1:30Open for
Birthday Parties
Open for
Birthday Parties
2:30113U
1-2yrs
111U
1-2yrs
3:30110U
1-2yrs
208U
2-3yrs
209U
2-3yrs
305U
3-4yrs
Open for
Birthday Parties
Open for
Birthday Parties
4:30207U
2-3yrs
302U
3-4yrs
303U
3-4yrs
210U
2-3yrs

 

Winter/Summer  2021:  Mon, March 22 to  Saturday,  August 21st 

Mar,Apr,May,June,July,August
classes (Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri or Sat)
Plus $15 per family non-refundable Registration Fee
40% discount available for 2nd sibling / 2nd class a week

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Refunds, Discounts, and Makeups
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FAQ
What should parents and caregivers keep in mind when attending class?

Here are some guidelines to keep in mind when attending our music classes:

1) You may arrive up to 15 minutes before your class time.
2) Food and drinks are not allowed in the studio.
3) Please feel free to take pictures of your child. However, taking videos is not allowed. This is to ensure the privacy of other families in class.
4) Shoes are not permitted in the studio. Adults are strongly encouraged to wear socks in class.
5) Teachers may be substituted by other teachers when necessary.
6) Please refrain from touching and removing instruments from their “homes” without the teacher’s permission and supervision.
7) If a child has any contagious ailment, parents are kindly asked not to bring them to class in order to keep the other children and adults healthy.
8) Feel free to park strollers in the lobby but please keep personal items with you. The studio is not responsible for any lost or stolen items.
9) Kindly exit the studio promptly after your class. This allows us time for cleaning and prepping in between classes as well as for the next class to arrive.
10) It is the responsibility of parents and caregivers to be in full control of their child’s behavior, providing a safe and productive environment for all children.

What is the right age to start learning music?

At MusiBambino, we believe in starting musical education as early as possible.

What is the age range of classes?

All classes are carefully composed of appropriate age groups: 4-12 months, 1-2 years, 2-3 years, 3-4 years and 4-5 years.

We believe that this approach benefits the learning process. Personal development of each child is our concern. Therefore, our teachers carefully watch their involvement and participation in class and give feedback to parents during and at the end of the semester.

How long are the classes?

Classes are 40 minutes long.

How often do classes meet?

Each group is scheduled for classes once a week. Some children enjoy music so much that they register for classes two or more times a week.

Can I be present in class?

Yes. Parents or caregivers are required to be present in music class.

Besides enjoying classes with your child, parents/caregivers are fully responsible for your child’s behavior during lessons.

Can I participate in music activities?

We welcome and strongly encourage you to interact along with your child. Your child has more fun when you learn together, and it can be even more enjoyable to repeat the games, songs and movements at home.

Am I allowed to bring older or younger siblings to class?

While we recommend that children attend an age-appropriate class, we are willing to work with parents to accommodate their needs. Again, please check the office to avoid overcrowding.
Siblings over 8 months old should also be registered in the program.

Can I bring other family members to class?

Please check with the office beforehand to make sure that there are no additional students scheduled in the same time slot. We try not to overcrowd classes and make sure that all children are comfortable.

What if I believe my child is advanced for his age and should be in the next age level group?

At the time of registration, you may request to be enrolled in an older age group. If you discover it in the course of the semester, you may offer to be transferred to a different group upon availability, your teacher can advise you on the appropriate class.

What if we missed the beginning of the semester?

It’s never too late to start. Enrolling mid-semester will not affect the results of our program. Please call the office; we will be happy to accommodate your child if your preferred group has an available spot. Tuition will be prorated through the end of the semester.

Do I have to enroll my child for the full year?

No. We run Fall (September to December), Winter (January to April) and Summer (May to August) semesters. There are usually 13 to 16 classes in each semester depending on the calendar. You may register for one semester at a time.

When is the right time to re-register for the next semester?

Our office is ready to take registrations approximately one month before the start of the new semester. We usually issue a friendly reminder to our families to let them know it is time to reenroll. Registering early will ensure your child a spot in your desired class.

If the desired class is full, does my child have a chance to be enrolled in the future?

Yes. Please call the office and ask them to include your child on the Waiting List, indicating 2-3 possible choices. We will contact you upon availability. You may also call the office at any time to upgrade your waiting list options.

What if the class I want is not being offered on the schedule?

Feel free to discuss your request with our office. We will include you on the Waiting List and if possible, we may be able to open a class for you.

What is your refund policy?

Students withdrawing before the first class will receive a full tuition refund minus the registration fee. Prorated refunds will be granted only up to the 3rd scheduled class. The registration fee is non-refundable.

What if my child missed a class?

Students can make-up any missed classes in the session in which they are currently enrolled. Make-ups must be arranged by contacting the office: [email protected] or (212) 877-7125.

Birthday Parties

Book the perfect birthday party for your child at MusiBambino!

Reserve your event at our studio. Have an unforgettable experience with your child singing their favorite songs and exploring many different instruments!

Please email our office at [email protected] ..
We will be glad to answer all your questions.

News & Promos

NEWS:

We are CLOSED on Monday September 30th for Rosh Hashanah.

We are CLOSED on Wednesday October 9th for Yom Kippur.

Come join us for FALL 2019 Semester. Check out our schedule for availability. Feel free to email us at: [email protected] or call us (212) 877-7125 with any questions.

PROMOS:

50% promotional discount is available for 2nd sibling or 2nd class a week registrations.