OF NOTE is a service of Classics for Kids, the award-winning program that is designed to introduce children to classical music in a fun and entertaining way.
In March, Classics for Kids® is proud to celebrate Women's History Month, with a collection of brand new shows that highlight the role women have played in music throughout history. You can learn all about women composers, conductors, performers and hear about women in world history who inspired classical music compositions. You will enjoy these five new programs:
We hope you've visited our new, improved, and more responsive website and have discovered great new ways to integrate the programs, activity sheets, audio, and more into your home and classroom.
Hungarian dances and perhaps the most famous lullaby in history. This month, we'll look at the life of one of the 3 B's of classical music, Johannes Brahms.
Encourage your child's creativity by letting them create their own music with one of our new games: Compose Your Own Music
We hope you'll take advantage of our new Women's History Month programs - here's the rundown of each program for you: Women in Classical Music
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