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Music Maestro!

We just received the following email from the CEO of Kindermusik International:

Dear Holly:

On behalf of everyone here at Kindermusik International, I want to CONGRATULATE you for being named as a 2008/2009 Mezzanine Level Maestro. As you know, being named a Maestro Producer, Mezzanine Level, means that you are in the top FIVE PERCENT of all Kindermusik Educators. And, in that we have over 5,000 educators across the globe, this is an accomplishment for which you can be extremely proud. Thank you for doing what it takes to ensure the success of your program, as you continue to introduce incredible numbers of families to the Kindermusik experience. Thank you for your vision, for your dedication, and for your goal of reaching every child with the gift of Kindermusik.

Congratulations again on achieving Maestro status. I honor and thank you for all that you do each and every day. Keep in touch!

Best always,
Michael D

This award is something that I have personally be striving for, but wasn’t expecting so soon! Rachael, Elizabeth and I are so honored to share our Kindermusik passion with all our Orlando families!!!

Love, Holly

Personal pictures to share…

Hello Everyone!

Each session a professional photographer captures pictures of all our classes. Kristin Mizo does amazing work, and I just wanted to share the ones I personally picked out from Spring session…

This first one was taken during quiet time in Our Time Class. I attended an Our Time class taught by Rachael, with my son Aiden. This time together was something I will cherish forever.

Aiden Mommy 1

This next one is of Aiden and I exploring the resonator bars together.

Aiden Mommy 2

This next one is of my 6 year old daughter in her Kindermusik for the Young Child class. This year in Young Child, Anna learned how to play the Glockenspiel!

Anna

I also had to share the following pictures that I took. This is of our Young Child class which is for 5 – 7 year olds. I gave them all “I’m a Kindermusik Kid” t-shirts to celebrate completing their first year. Next year, in the second year of Young Child, the children will learn to play the Dulcimer and Recorder.

I hope you enjoyed!

Happy Memorial Day Weekend.

All the best,

Holly

SCHOOL YEAR CALENDARS


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Each School Year includes 32 active weeks of classes with some scheduled weeks off which are noted below.

SCHOOL YEAR 2022 – 2023
School Year begins  – Sept 5, 2022
OFF – Thanksgiving week – Nov. 21 – 25, 2022
OFF – Holiday/Winter break – Dec. 19, 2022 – Jan. 8, 2023
School Year Resumes after Winter Break – Jan 9, 2023
OFF – Spring Break – March 13 – 19, 2023
School Year ends – May 19, 2023

SUMMER 2022 CALENDAR


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Our Summer includes 10 active weeks of classes offered in 5 week sessions with some scheduled weeks off which are noted below.

Summer A – 5 weeks
Summer A begins – June 6
OFF – July 4 – 8 – Happy July 4th Break!
Summer A ends – July 15

Summer B
Summer B begins – July 18
Summer B ends – August 19
Please note: Our Winter Garden location is not available August 2nd so we’ll be holding class August 23rd

Classes held in-person and virtually. Click here to view options.