Minuets: Music & Movement
now offered virtually!
Our newest course for 4-6 year old girls and boys!
The Phoenix Boys Choir's Minuets class is the first step to becoming a chorister! It’s designed for boys and girls with little or no previous musical training. It’s perfect for younger boys and girls who are eager to sing in a small group, but aren’t ready for choir rehearsals.
Our world-class early childhood music education program helps boys and girls develop their singing voices, while dancing, playing instruments, and making new friends. Your child will be introduced to music theory, music history, and stage performance over the span of our 8-week session. A virtual public performance showcasing their talents occurs at our last class. Our Minuets program serves as a strong foundation for participation in professional community youth choirs.
Classes are held on Tuesday evenings from 4:00-4:45 p.m. Fall session is September 15 - November 3, 2020.
The class will be offered virtually. The cost is $96 (equals $12 per class) for the 8-week session.
"Our 5-year old daughter, Aria, loved Minuets this past season! I watched her go
from a shy singer, to a joyful performer by the end of the eight weeks. Ms. Emily is
warm, engaging, and encouraged her to participate by making the classes fun, inviting,
and age-appropriate. We are still singing some of our favorite tunes and can't wait to
see our friends at the Spring session!” - Andrea Worth, Parent
Is there a chance the class could be offered in-person?
Given Arizona's current COVID-19 infection rates, our plan is to offer Minuets classes virtually. However, we are capable of pivoting quickly to in-person classes if and when it is safe again. H
How Much do Classes Cost?
$96 for the full 8-week session.
When and Where are Classes?
Tuesdays 4:00-4:45 p.m. virtually on the Zoom Conference Call platform.
What is the curriculum?
Rooted in the Kodàly philosophy of music education, the Minuets music education program builds singing skills, stage presence, self-confidence, and expressiveness while exposing children to the rudiments of music theory and music history.