From newborn babies to four year olds, Bass Clef School of Music in Great Falls is offering classes to start young kids off on the right musical note.
The class focuses on early childhood development in musical education.
According to Bass Clef owner and instructor Tim Bass, early classes give kids better competency.
"It's to introduce them to tones, to rhythms, from singing, dancing, and playing a little age-appropriate rhythm instruments, he said. "It gives them a little bit better chance of being more successful later in life whether it be if they want to just dance or if they want to sing or if they actually want to play an instrument."
Although classes began on January 6th, Bass said there's still time to register.
"If more people are interested, we are considering opening up a second class," he said.
The classes cost $125 per semester with sibling discounts available.
The class is every Saturday at 11 a.m. for 45 minutes and parents must participate with their children.
"By doing that we are teaching the parents to use those tools at home," Bass said.
To learn more about the Music4Kids course or the Bass Clef School of Music in Great Falls, visit here.