Elementary Age Programs

Pages of Music with Rolf and Carrie brings age-appropriate music programs to life for kids. We perform and demonstrate on our instruments, introduce basic musical concepts, and share children’s literature to show kids the creative power, beauty, and sheer joy that await them in the wild, wonderful, multifaceted world of music.

The kids loved the “parade” and they seemed spellbound as the stories were read and the music was played.
The sounds were exciting.
When you first play, you grab the kids with the sound.
I especially liked the oboe, I’ve never saw one before. I learned how to tell the difference between an oboe and clarinet.
Rolf and Carrie have that ‘special something’ it takes to work with large groups of kids.
I liked learning about Mozart, especially his full name!
I liked the book about the shepherds and their music, I could listen to that music every day.
… very animated, good speaking level for 3rd graders.
It was fun and the literature connection was perfect!
Thank you for telling us about the oboe and the bass. I hope I can play the drums. I liked the stories a lot. It was fun seeing you play. I hope we can see you next year.

We offer a variety of programs appropriate for different elementary grade levels:

  • Music is for Everyone!

    Introduction to musical concepts and instruments for gr. K-3

  • Mozart, the Boy Genius!

    A peek into the magical world of Mozart for gr. 2-6

  • The Remarkable Music Machine

    Explore the amazing orchestra for gr. 3-6

  • The Spirit Sings

    African American roots to the music of America for gr. 6-adult

  • Music of the Mountains

    Edvard Grieg, Norwegian Musical Nationalism, and Peer Gynt for gr. 4-6

  • The Science of Music

    How sound works from instrument to ear for gr. 4-6

  • Carnival of the Animals

Life and music of the enigmatic French master, Camille Saint-Saëns for gr. 4-6

  • Cage and Ives Residency

Custom programs, Lyceums, and residencies can be designed to fit your needs

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