What is 'Tonewood?'

Tonewood is the name given to a variety of wood that has inherent musical potential. These types of wood are used to make the world's most beautiful instruments. We at Tonewood Family Music believe that children are like tonewood -- each child has the potential to become a beautiful instrument; he or she just needs to have the right experience, environment, and - most importantly - involvement from you! 

Music education supports all education. How? Music introduces concepts such as numbers, shapes, sounds, colors, adding/subtracting, languages, and classroom behavior. It develops self-confidence through self-expression and coordination through complex movement exercises. Research suggests that music can increase memory function and builds up the brain's ability to more quickly access information. All these are skills necessary for school, sports, and a healthy social life. 

Music is its own reward, but can also bring with it skills that help your child be successful in every aspect of life. 

**Free Demonstration Classes!** See "WHAT'S NEW" in the right column for details or call (352) 505-9226. 

Spring registration is open!


NOTE: Registration for each upcoming semester begins roughly one month before the first class. There are four semesters per year that correspond to the seasons. Fall, Winter, and Spring semesters are each 10 weeks long. Summer semesters are 6 weeks long and therefore offered at a lower tuition.

 

What's New
Big Kids Classes are Back!
These advanced classes teach your children about music terminology on their way to basic music literacy. A great precursor or complement to instrument lessons.

Library Demos

Millhopper Library (3145 NW 43rd St.) First Wednesdays of the month at 1:30 PM.
Tower Road Library (3020 SW 75th St.) Third Wednesdays of the month at 1:30 PM.
Register through the Library website two weeks before the class.