We want to see children reach their potential in all areas of their lives. Students
learn to listen, finger, read music, compose, produce a beautiful tone, and express
Group lessons are carefully planned to maximize learning potential by using many areas
of the brain to make learning more productive. Movement and games are a major component
in the classes so students maintain a keen sense of alertness. Class size is limited to six students.
Many of the tenets of the class are based on recent research in neurogenesis and learning
potential. Neurogenesis means birth of neurons. Neurogenesis is most prevalent during
prenatal development and is the process by which neurons are created to populate the
growing brain. Contrary to what was believed 10 years ago, new research has shown
that neurogenesis also can occur throughout life. KinderFlute uses the Blocki Flute
Take a free introduction class
Learn the basics of playing your first song. Flutes are provided.
Saturday, Sept. 27 and Sunday, Sept. 28, 2014
4:00–4:45 p.m. each day
School of Music (813 Assembly St., room 107)
Sign up early as class size is limited to six students. Siblings and parents are welcome
to watch quietly.
Sign up for your free class.
For more information or to sign up, call 803-777-5381 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
KinderFlute Fall Fun!
10 weeks of group KinderFlute classes and 10 weeks of 30 minute private lessons. Class
size is limited so sign up early.
Sept. 21–Nov. 30, 2014 (includes one make-up class)
Group classes: Sunday from 2:00 – 2:45 p.m. at the School of Music (813 Assembly St.,
Weekly 30-minute lessons are scheduled with the teacher on an individual basis.
$350 + $50 materials fee
Register and pay here.
For more information call 803-777-5381 or email email@example.com.
Korinne Smith is an innovative and adaptable training and education professional and
has taught students ranging from 4 to 90 years of age. She performs regularly in and
around the Columbia area and is currently pursuing a Doctor of Musical Arts degree
at the University of South Carolina.
Emily Stumpf is a performer and pedagogue based in Columbia, S.C. where she is pursuing
a Doctor of Musical Arts degree at the University of South Carolina. She has experience
working with students of all ages and is committed to creating a fun, positive and
enriching musical experience.