Songbird Sessions: Miss Pam’s Jamboree

Interactive musical exploration for ages 0-5.

Friday's event is FULL!

Miss Pam will continue to use our space on Friday mornings for her regular paid Music Together program (highly recommended!)

Contact her for details (flyer below): communitymusicnet@gmail.com

Made possible by support from The Robert B. & Addie P. Thompson Trust. This event is part of our 2021 Songbird Sessions series for young children.

Certified teacher and performing artist Pamela West-Finkle leads this hands-on, developmentally appropriate music class. Caregivers and children joyfully participate by singing & dancing together to American & World Folk Music, as well as instrumental selections from various genres.

No previous musical experience or ability is required. Parents or grandparents with two left feet are highly encouraged to attend.

In addition to being an excellent way for caregivers to spend quality time with their child and other families, participating in a music class not only teaches the language of music through play, it puts those children ahead of those who have not had this early active musical participation and socialization. A national research study in Bridgeport, Connecticut showed that children who participate in early childhood music classes with musical interaction at home experience significant gains in cognitive/intellectual, language, physical, social, and emotional development.

Pamela West-Finkle (aka "Miss Pam") holds a B.S. in Education, a Masters in Music Education, and holds Professional NYS Teaching Certifications in K-12 Music and 7-12 English Language Arts. In addition, she has received over fifty hours of early childhood music training through Music Together® and has been a registered teacher with the program since 2002. She taught vocal and general music in the public schools for seven years, and has worked as a community music facilitator and teaching artist in every community she has lived in since the mid-1990's. She is also the director of the Andes Library and the Community Music Network.

Details
Date:

July 2

Time:

09:30 am - 10:30 am

Event Category:

Songbird Sessions

Click to Register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/songbird-sessions-miss-pams-jamboree-tickets-158643058659
Organizer

West Kortright Centre

Website: https://www.eventbrite.com/o/west-kortright-centre-18604514316
Venue

West Kortright Centre

49 West Kortright Church Road, East Meredith, NY 13757

East Meredith, NY, US, 13757

Interactive musical exploration for ages 0-5.

Friday’s event is FULL!

Miss Pam will continue to use our space on Friday mornings for her regular paid Music Together program (highly recommended!)

Contact her for details (flyer below): communitymusicnet@gmail.com

Made possible by support from The Robert B. & Addie P. Thompson Trust. This event is part of our 2021 Songbird Sessions series for young children.

Certified teacher and performing artist Pamela West-Finkle leads this hands-on, developmentally appropriate music class. Caregivers and children joyfully participate by singing & dancing together to American & World Folk Music, as well as instrumental selections from various genres.

No previous musical experience or ability is required. Parents or grandparents with two left feet are highly encouraged to attend.

In addition to being an excellent way for caregivers to spend quality time with their child and other families, participating in a music class not only teaches the language of music through play, it puts those children ahead of those who have not had this early active musical participation and socialization. A national research study in Bridgeport, Connecticut showed that children who participate in early childhood music classes with musical interaction at home experience significant gains in cognitive/intellectual, language, physical, social, and emotional development.

Pamela West-Finkle (aka “Miss Pam”) holds a B.S. in Education, a Masters in Music Education, and holds Professional NYS Teaching Certifications in K-12 Music and 7-12 English Language Arts. In addition, she has received over fifty hours of early childhood music training through Music Together® and has been a registered teacher with the program since 2002. She taught vocal and general music in the public schools for seven years, and has worked as a community music facilitator and teaching artist in every community she has lived in since the mid-1990’s. She is also the director of the Andes Library and the Community Music Network.