It’s never too early to start igniting the love of music in your little one 

Our program is taught by highly qualified teachers who are also professional musicians. Your child will learn the fundamentals of music with singing, movement, games and hand percussion that prepares them for private lessons.

Last spring session class is Saturday, June 22nd. 

Spring Recital is Sunday, June 23rd

Summer “Little Beats” Classes

Try one or all of our summer “Little Beats” classes during July/August! This is a great chance to try us out before committing to the fall session. You can choose to pay and attend the full session or just choose which dates you’d like to book and pay for. Classes will be Wednesday evenings July 17th – August 28th.

You can pop by before classes on Wednesday, July 17th, 31st and August 7th 10 – 15 minutes early and sign up in person in the office – spots are first come first serve.

Fall “Little Beats” Classes

Visit our Online Store to register  for Fall and Summer Classes

Why Choose Us? 

Our teachers have a degree in music/education!

Our “Little Beats” get to perform at our OTOB recitals twice a year! 

Our program prepares students for private lessons, it’s not just singing and clapping. They are learning fundamentals of music, how to keep a steady beat, theory and ear training while having a great time doing it!

We have a clean and bright classroom space

Our vision statement

  “Here at On the Off Beat, our qualified and experienced teachers prepare toddlers and early childhood students for private lessons with our Little Beats classes. In these classes, students learn the rudimentary and fundamental concepts of music that will ensure a fluid transition into private instruction beginning at age 5+. Students learn the essential concepts of rhythm, beat, pitch identification, tempo, dynamics, and musical articulation with fun and exciting stories, games, and activities.   Our approach for Little Beats is inspired by the Orff Schulwerk method, allowing students to learn music through the natural aspects of play. Activities include active participation in singing, movement, stories, and playing instruments that permits a fun and hands-on learning environment. Our teachers allow the students to facilitate each and every class and build lessons upon the aspects of play that the students demonstrate during class time. Our goal with Little Beats is to foster and nurture your child’s natural creativity, individuality, and imagination. Little Beats will prepare your child for a long-lasting and flourishing music education with On the Off Beat.”