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Monday, November 19, 2012

New Haven's Neighborhood Music School, in Guilford

 Neighborhood Music School has invited the public to a free talk, “Enrich Your Child’s Life with Music,” at 7 p.m. Dec. 6, at 7 p.m. in the main meeting room of the Guilford Free Library.

Lawrence Zukof, executive director of Neighborhood Music School, and teachers from NMS’s Early Childhood and Suzuki programs will speak about options for furthering musical growth in children at various ages, according to a release.

“Research continues to point to the importance of music in the lives of young children,” said Zukof, a G\uilford resident and experienced music educator and performer, also in the release.

"Neighborhood Music School, with its main facility in New Haven’s Audubon Arts District, first established a branch in Guilford in 1978, offering private music instruction at the First Congregational Church on the Green," the release said.

"Early childhood music and movement classes were added in 1994 in collaboration with Guilford Parks and Recreation at the Nathanael B. Greene Community Center."

The event Dec. 6  will include an informal question and answer period followed by light refreshments, the release said.

The Guilford Free Library is located at 67 Park Street on the Guilford Green.
For more information about NMS, visit neighborhoodmusicschool.org.
For more information about the Guilford Branch of NMS, visit here.

In photo:   Neighborhood Music School Executive Director, Lawrence Zukof



Editor's note: All information and the photo in this post were contributed.

 

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