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Wednesday, August 5
Watch Mozart’s effervescent comedy of young love and infidelity, set in a boardwalk amusement park inspired by Coney Island in the 1950s. Gorgeous arias in balloon rides. Download illustrated synopsis and educator guides plus join live artists chats, arts workshops and more at the Met’s Global Opera Camp.
Additional daily Live in HD screenings of the Met’s repertory are not necessarily kid-friendly (watch out for murder/rape/etc), but the music and visuals are always stunning.
Suggested Ages: 6 to 14+, Adult Friendly
Thursday, August 6
Ramblin’ Dan’s Freewheelin’ Band musician CJ leads interactive (socially distanced) music classes (note this photo is old, there wile be much more space).
Also at 10:45 am.Suggested Ages: Babies to 6
Friday, August 7
Rock out online with favorite kids musicians including Secret Agent 23 Skidoo and Tim Kubart. Presented by Life is Good Playmakers and Jammin With You.Suggested Ages: All
Participate in activities built around specific age-appropriate Broadway musicals, involving all aspects of a theatrical production, including singing, dancing, acting, props, set, and costume design in a holistic approach.
Also at 4 pm.
Private group classes also availble for babies to third graders.Suggested Ages: 4 to 6
Join Tom Burnett, CMA Director of Early Childhood Programs, moms, dads, toddlers, and tikes for an online music time experience with familiar songs, interactive gestures, drumming, and even drawing.Suggested Ages: Babies to 4
Learn to dance, sing and act to favorite show tunes with Broadway teaching artists. Collaboration, work ethics, respect and friendship encouraged. Daily and weekly options available.
At 11 am, toddlers (and their caregivers) explore favorite show tunes using props, instruments, games, and interactive stories.Suggested Ages: Toddlers to 6
Get up and move, learn and play with beloved kindie rocker Laurie Berkner and her catchy, clever songs.Suggested Ages: Babies to 8
Sing engaging new and old songs, dance to popular music, enjoy story time and much more in outdoor classes that combine play, music education and mindfulness.
Various times and locations throughout Central and Riverside Park.Suggested Ages: Babies to 4
Sunday, August 9
Join beloved kindie rocker Laurie Berkner for a 1-hour+ LIVE interactive, solo, virtual performance for the whole family. Sing, dance, & play games through your device with Laurie as she performs favorite songs, interacts with you through the screen, & brings in a few surprises. Meet & greet add-ons available.Suggested Ages: Babies to 10
Monday, August 10
Joinan engaging, immersive, and educational music and arts online summer camp for childre. Attend interactive online workshops to explore the stories that music can tell and learn how to listen for them through art, games and dance. Includes a kit with a music storytelling workbook, a special recipe (for cakes and music), stickers and art supplies for a culminating final project. Online resources include a custom playlist that is paired with the workbook, recorded videos and more.
For ages 7-10.Suggested Ages: 7 to 10
Learn fun songs & dances related to weekly themes and participate in vocal, dance and creative play daily activities with NYC professional Teaching Artists. On the last day, perform for friends and family all over the world. Ages 6+ devise an original music as an ensemble.Suggested Ages: 4 to 12
92Y’s immersive virtual summer experiences provide campers with personalized attention and a specialty curated curriculum. Each week campers will be guided by their camp concierge, an expert from the 92Y Camps Team, to assist in the selection of elective activity choices (camptivities) like filmmaking, photography, coding, sculpture, art and musical theater plus join in on camp wide special events.
Options for half day programming or drop in classes.Suggested Ages: 2 to 13
Join daily interactive live camp programs with morning meetings, arts & crafts, dance parties and mini concerts. Includes access to 45-minute on-demand prerecorded video to supplement the live stream programming and a digital field guide to prep for the live stream filled with projects, recipes & other camp goodies.Suggested Ages: 2 to 6
Professional artists lead play-based music & ballet class for babies and toddlers with a splash of sign language. Socially distanced in Central Park. Multiple time options.Suggested Ages: Babies to 5
Tuesday, August 11
This beloved relaxed classical concert series for kids returns with outdoor, socially distanced interactive music.
Attendance is very limited. Bring your own blanket and park it 6 feet from your neighbor, wear a mask (under 2 excluded), and get ready to dance, clap, and sing.
Also at 10 am.Suggested Ages: Babies to 10
Wednesday, August 12
Make music and learn in outdoor, socially distanced singalong music classes that incorporate music theory through play.
Bring your own props (shakers, scarves, tambourine/drum and a puppet or stuffed toy) and blanket. Only 5 families/ class to ensure social distancing.
Thursday, August 13
Local musician Ramblin’ Dan brings costumes, instruments, props, books, his guitar and music online to help entertain and educate kids in small interactive classes.Suggested Ages: Babies to 6
Sunday, September 6
South Street Seaport Museum’s monthly Sea Chanteys and Maritime Music continues – virtually. Join a round-robin of shared sea songs, featuring members of The New York Packet and friends. Listen in, lead or request a song, and belt out the choruses for your neighbors to hear. Hosted by singers from the New York Packet.Suggested Ages: All, Adult Friendly