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News: Music Graduate brings Rhythm Time Baby & Toddler Music Classes to Glasgow.

Helen Knight runs Rhythm Time classes in Glasgow West

Babies, toddlers and pre-schoolers in Glasgow West and Kilmacolm will soon be enjoying new, exciting, fun and educational music classes.

Helen Knight, who lives in Glasgow and who is a former graduate of The Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama (now the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland), is now embarking on her perfect career that combines her love of music with working with children.

Helen will provide educational music classes to children aged 5 and under. The sessions have been created to enhance a child's development and learning, starting with stimulating baby classes and leading to exciting toddler and educational pre-school sessions.

During her time at the RSAMD, Helen was the lead soprano of a female chamber choir, Les Sirenes, which performed in various concert venues throughout Scotland. She was also a member of the National Youth Choir of Scotland for ten years and toured Chicago, Hungary and Germany.  Helen finished her Masters in Historical Performance at Trinity Laban Conservatoire earlier this year and whilst in London, started teaching at a Junior School in Tower Hamlets.

"Music has always been a big part of my life," she quotes. "I realised the fantastic benefits of music to young children was what I really wanted to do, and having seen Rhythm Time's classes in action, it was clear that their underlying musical concepts and techniques were very effective, yet simple for the children," she adds. Another big factor was the amount of support I'd get from the Rhythm Time team in setting up my new business.

Helen's new music classes for babies and toddlers will be held in Glasgow West End, Kilmacolm and Milngavie in October.

For more information and to book your free taster session, call Helen on 07805 065381. Alternatively, visit the Rhythm Time website at where you can also book your free trial session online.


Posted: 13th Sep 2012

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