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Registration open for BYU Young Musicians Academy

The Brigham Young University School of Music is now accepting applications for its 2013-2014 Young Musicians Academy, where two-, three- and four-year-old children and their parents can learn to make music together.

Three class levels are offered and will meet on Saturday mornings for one hour each from September 2013 to March 2014. Classes begin Saturday, Sept. 7, and will include 22 class periods.

• Children are eligible for the Parent-Toddler class if they are 18 months old by Sept. 1, 2013.

• Children are eligible for the Music Explorers class if they are three years old by Sept. 1, 2013, or if they have previously taken the Parent-Toddler Class.

• Children are eligible for the Music Explorers class if they are four years old by Sept. 1, 2013 and will not be attending kindergarten.

Tuition is $275 per child for the year. Applications are available in C-550 Harris Fine Arts Center or via the website. Class size is limited to 12 children per class, and early registration is necessary.

To learn more about the program, call Susan Kenney at (801) 422-3011 or visit the Young Musicians Academy website at cfac.byu.edu/music/community/early-childhood-music-academy/.

Writer: Hwa Lee

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