Seattle Children's Chorus

Pre-School Music Program

Poco A Poco

Welcome to Seattle Children's Chorus preschool music program, Poco a Poco! This early music learning program is a fun and interactive introduction to music-making for ages 3-6.  Children will begin to music and creative expression through rhythm, movement, stories, instruments, and musical play. Come join our fun!

We offer three 8 week sessions per year. Each Poco a Poco Session is $125. Register for all three sessions and receive a discounted tuition of $350. Poco a Poco is unauditioned and opened to all young children who like to express themselves through music.

Each session ends with a Showcase performance that family and friends may attend. In addition, our Session 2 participants will be invited to participate in the Songs of the Heart Concert, March 3,2018.

We welcome visitors. Please call or email our office to schedule a visit.

 

 

Details

Shoreline Classes: Tuesdays at Calvin Presbyterian Church
Level 1 for ages 3 & 4  3:30pm-4:10pm
Level 2 for ages 5 & 6  4:15pm-5:00pm
 
Marysville Classes: Thursdays at Mt. View Presbyterian Church
One Level for ages 3-5 4:00pm-4:45pm

Mount Baker Classes: Wednesdays at Mt. Baker Park Presbyterian Church
One Level for ages 3-5 4:00pm-4:45pm

 

REHEARSAL SITES AND SCHEDULING

2017-2018 Shoreline Poco a Poco Dates

Session 2 –  January 23rd – March 13th, 2018

Session 3 – April 17th – June 5th, 2018

                                                                      2017-2018 Marysville Poco a Poco Dates

Session 2 – February 1st – March 22nd, 2018

Session 3 –  April19th – June 7th, 2018

2017-2018 Mount Baker Poco a Poco Dates

Session 2 - February 7th-March 28th, 2018


Session 3 - April 18th-June 6th, 2018

Our Amazing Teachers!

Gillian Malacari directs our Shoreline Poco a Poco. Shereceived her Bachelor of Music Education with Honors from the University of Western Australia majoring in Primary and Secondary Education and String Pedagogy (violin). Her Honors thesis was on ethnomusicology and she became interested in how different cultures approach music education.  Gillian has a strong belief that voice exploration and movement activities, in early childhood music education are one of the most robust ways to develop well-rounded musicians who feel confident interacting with music for life.

Gillian Malacari directs our Shoreline Poco a Poco. Shereceived her Bachelor of Music Education with Honors from the University of Western Australia majoring in Primary and Secondary Education and String Pedagogy (violin). Her Honors thesis was on ethnomusicology and she became interested in how different cultures approach music education.  Gillian has a strong belief that voice exploration and movement activities, in early childhood music education are one of the most robust ways to develop well-rounded musicians who feel confident interacting with music for life.

Lindsay Hogan directs our Marysville Poco a Poco and soon to open Mount Baker Poco a Poco.  She received her bachelor’s degree from Manhattan School of Music where she majored in oboe performance. Lindsay’s education in New York City helped her explore all kinds of music, from bluegrass to samba, increasing her love for music from diverse traditions. She includes music of varied genres in her teaching to spark curiosity in her students. Lindsay maintains a private studio where she teaches piano, voice, oboe, guitar, and mandolin.

Lindsay Hogan directs our Marysville Poco a Poco and soon to open Mount Baker Poco a Poco.  She received her bachelor’s degree from Manhattan School of Music where she majored in oboe performance. Lindsay’s education in New York City helped her explore all kinds of music, from bluegrass to samba, increasing her love for music from diverse traditions. She includes music of varied genres in her teaching to spark curiosity in her students. Lindsay maintains a private studio where she teaches piano, voice, oboe, guitar, and mandolin.

 

GILLIAN MALACARI (SHORELINE)

Gillian Malacari received her Bachelor of Music Education with Honors from the University of Western Australia majoring in Primary and Secondary Education and String Pedagogy (violin). Her Honors thesis was on ethnomusicology and she became interested in how different cultures approach music education.  Gillian has a strong belief that voice exploration and movement activities, in early childhood music education are one of the most robust ways to develop well-rounded musicians who feel confident interacting with music for life.

LINDSAY HOGAN (MARYSVILLE and MOUNT BAKER)

Lindsay Hogan received her bachelor’s degree from Manhattan School of Music where she majored in oboe performance. Lindsay’s education in New York City helped her explore all kinds of music, from bluegrass to samba, increasing her love for music from diverse traditions. She includes music of varied genres in her teaching to spark curiosity in her students. Lindsay maintains a private studio where she teaches piano, voice, oboe, guitar, and mandolin.