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Keenote Music Studio launches new season Sept. 15

Aug 31, 2014
Source: Submitted Keenote Music Studio includes art and dance in its classes. In the summer workshop, The Sound of Music, students show the watercolors they created. In back (l-r) are Samantha Cornell, Lila Schmidt, Candace Anderson and Lily Border; in front are Katelyn Young, Hannah Perkins, Tripp Border, and Devin Young.

Keenote Music Studio is beginning its 16th season during the week of Sept. 15 with a full schedule for infants through teenagers.

Baby Beat for newborns through 16 months and caregivers; Tunes for Tots, ages 16 months through 3 1/2 with families; Lil Folks ages 3 to 5; and the Keenote Chorale, a performing a capella youth chorus for children in kindergarten through fourth grade, are held in three locations in Sussex County: the Lincoln Studio on "Miss Debbie" Kee's farm, The Milton Feed Company near Route 1 and Route 16, and Thursday mornings at Browseabout Books in Rehoboth, with Tunes, Tots and Tales for youngsters 16 months through 3 1/2 years and their caregivers.

The Keenote Chorale appears locally at community events, and this year's theme is Circle of Life - Disney Style, which is the title of the annual outdoor spring show. The Keenote Chorale will be singing with the Milford Community Band at their annual wInter concert.

Kee is an experienced educator in music, dance and gymnastics as well as a swim coach. She holds degrees in elementary and special education, and she offers classes where everyone comes for the music and leaves with an education. The classes often include art projects and dance steps. Music brings all the arts together and is the focus of Keenote classes.

​Now sharing moments with a new generation of children of her previous dance and music students, Kee knows how much the parents appreciate the love of music.

For more information about class times, days, locations and fees, call 302-422-0222 or go to keenotemusic.com.

Babies and their families enjoy scarf dancing at the Lincoln studio.
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