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Introducing music to young children is a gift that will enrich them for a lifetime.
The Music Room is NYC’s most engaging and educational class for babies, toddlers and preschoolers. The warm and nurturing environment — which parents and caregivers participate in — offers the ideal way for little ones to cultivate a relationship with music, starting them on a journey of discovery, creativity and joy.
Led by longtime children’s music educator Paul Williams, children are introduced to the piano, violin, guitar, ukulele, recorder, percussion and more, listening to and having hands-on time with a new instrument each week. They explore rhythm through fun activities in movement and creative play, and every class includes a sing-a-long. The multi-age experience invites older children to develop leadership skills, younger ones to practice social skills, and siblings to enjoy music together, with everyone learning at their own pace.
Giving young children a foundation in music basics makes a profound impact on development and early childhood learning. Start them young, and watch them thrive!
We offer financial aid and scholarships for all School of Music programs including private lessons for children and adults. For more information click here.
Paul Williams first started teaching music to children while working for the Shaftsbury Society in England. Since then he has taught guitar and piano to many private students of all ages and has taught music in pre-schools and kindergarten as well as for the National Guitar Workshop.
He has a parallel career as a musician and singer/songwriter which began in the Folk clubs of England when he was 13 years old. He has written for Musical Theatre, Off Broadway and Nickelodeon. He recently wrote "Reaching Out To say Hello" for the 92nd Street Y's Educational Outreach Pro ...
He has a parallel career as a musician and singer/songwriter which began in the Folk clubs of England when he was 13 years old. He has written for Musical Theatre, Off Broadway and Nickelodeon. He recently wrote "Reaching Out To say Hello" for the 92nd Street Y's Educational Outreach Program and continues to write, record and perform in the New York area under the name Paul Clements. He has one of the longest running music engagements in New York City having played regularly on Wednesday nights at the legendary The Bitter End since 1985.
He is married to actress Carey Cromelin and has two children, Virginia and George Williams.
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