Welcome to a playful and nurturing environment where your child will have fun singing, moving, playing instruments and hearing stories-while developing, social skills, problem-solving skills, pre-math skills and a foundation for reading. It is simply the BEST way for children age 3 to 6 to be introduced to the world of music theory, music history, and a variety of musical and cultural styles.  We explore music concepts through movement, then apply them to real instruments. While our classes certainly help your child develop a lifelong love for music, they also do more than that: they help children develop language, social, emotional, and physical skills as well—all in the context of joyful, musically rich play! Kindermusik is the No 1 Music and Movement program in 70 countries around the world for more than 30 years. Here at Soar Valley Music Centre , we are thrilled to be able to offer such a unique programme to the families in Leicester.

Are you a school or nursery? Contact us to see how Kindermusik can be part of your programme.

Laugh and  Learn –Ages 3 to 4 Build on your pre-schooler’s natural love of music, storytelling and imaginative play with age appropriate group activities that nurture all areas of your child’s development

Move and Groove- Ages 4 to 6 Engage your growing child in music and movement activities that promote language and social-emotional skill, early math and literacy, physical coordination, creativity and more.

Children of all abilities are welcome into our classes.

Kindermusik Case Study

marta 1A good beginning never ends! How true is that! Our friend Marta and her family joined Soar Valley Music Centre back in 2013. Marta, who was 5 years old at the time, enrolled in the Kindermusik for the Young Child class, which is two year programme and her little brother joined our Kindermusik Laugh and Learn Family class with Mum and Marta.

While in Kindermusik, Marta learnt to read and write notes, recognise the rhythmic values and apply them on the glockenspiel, the dulcimer and the recorder. She also experienced games and musical samples from a wide range of composers, genres and cultures. At the same time she learnt to listen to her classmates and play along with them as they formed their first Kindermusikorchestra!

marta 2When Marta graduated from Kindermusik, she decided to continue her music exploration and learning, with the piano and now the violin too!