Molly Day Peterson has been a music educator for almost 20 years, and has experience teaching all ages from birth to high school. She holds a Bachelor of Music Education from Lawrence University Conservatory of Music, and plays piano, guitar and is a vocalist. She has taught elementary and middle school music in the Baltimore City Public Schools, Madison Metropolitan School district, and Middleton Cross Plains School district. In addition to her public school teaching experience she has directed choirs with the Baltimore Symphony ORCHkids program and the Handel Children’s Choir, and is a licensed Kindermusik instructor. She lives in west Madison with her husband Ryan, children Stella and Henry and their black lab mix Millie. She loves hiking, summer thunderstorms, and playing show tunes.
Dalcroze Movement Class--Fall '23
Dalcroze Music and Movement Class
If you hope your child might one day want to play an instrument, or if you’d love to give them a good grasp of and appreciation for music, Dalcroze Eurhythmics classes are a good way to draw out the rhythm already inside them! In this hands-on approach to music theory, children explore musical concepts such as meter, tempo, phrase, form and dynamics through rhythm games, creative movement, songs, stories, ear training, sight-singing and improvisation. Dalcroze is an ideal preparation for studying an instrument.
Classes are held at:
Covenant Presbyterian Church
326 S Segoe Rd