Mindful Music Moments (Pre-K through HS)
Mindful Mindful Music Moments is an easy to use, web-based program that combines classical music with mindfulness prompts delivered over the morning announcements in schools. It’s designed to reduce stress and anxiety, increase exposure to classical music, and start each school day with a period of calm and focus for the entire school community. The daily, 4 minute routine focuses on one classical music piece each week paired with mindfulness prompts that provide tangible tools for social/emotional well-being, brought to you by City Silence and The Cleveland Orchestra.
Interested in bringing Mindful Music Moments to your school? Contact Sandra Jones at firstname.lastname@example.org or 216-231-7349.
Mindful Music Moments Interest Form
PNC Grow Up Great: Musical Neighborhoods
The Cleveland Orchestra partners with 18 Cleveland Metropolitan School District pre-school classrooms to develop school-readiness skills using music through “Musical Neighborhoods”, our PNC Grow Up Great program. Students learn key academic, social, motor and musical skills through classroom visits from Cleveland Orchestra musicians, field trips to Severance Hall, and resources for the classroom.
Sponsored by PNC Bank
Learning Through Music
COMING SOON: Learning Through Music Digital Database: Arts-Integrated Lesson Plans. Over the past 20 years, The Cleveland Orchestra partnered with Cleveland and East Cleveland elementary schools, utilizing music to reinforce and catalyze classroom learning. Cleveland Orchestra musicians collaborated with partner teachers to connect the themes and repertoire of Education Concerts to grade level curriculum in Language Arts, Social Studies and more. Teachers were equipped with arts integration resources and lesson plans that aligned with Ohio’s Learning and Fine Arts Standards to inspire students in the classroom. Those award-winning Cleveland Orchestra lesson plans will be available for all teachers through our online, searchable database.
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Learning Through Music is supported by Nordson and by a grant from the Martha Holden Jennings Foundation