Music of Oz Offers


Tunes ‘n Jams 

Ages 1 – 5yrs., with adult(s)

Wondermusic of Oz offers its research-based curriculum of music classes specifically designed for children from birth to 5 years.

Our fall session of Tunes and Jams will be starting the week of September 11, 2023.  This is a 12 week class and the tuition is $110.  Tuition is due at the time of registration.

Wondermusic for Young Kids

Guided by our trained (and FUN) teachers, our program focuses on developing the natural musical abilities of children, while stirring their imagination through music, movement, and rhythm.

Our Instructors

Pattie Flory

Patty FloryPattie has an education degree from Bridgewater College in Virginia and has done graduate study at Vandercook College of Music. She is an elementary general music teacher at St. Augustine and Aquinas, Catholic schools in the area. She is the creator and director of the Music of Oz Wondermusic children’s program.

Nina Louise

Nina LouiseNina is our newest Wondermusic staff member. We’re excited to have Nina teaching our Tiny Tunes class. Nina studied music education at Murray State and Vandercook College. She is active in working with the children’s choir and children’s bell choir at church. She also loves playing the piano. Nina is especially proud of her 25 yr marriage to Guy and their 4 children and 6 granddaughters.

Program Features

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Payment Policy

Wondermusic classes are 12-week semesters offered in the fall and spring. Shorter sessions with lesser tuition are periodically offered in the summer.

Payment for tuition and supplies (Beats Backpack or Cadenza class glockenspiel and folder) is due with registration for the class.

There is a $20 charge assessed to any returned checks.
Payment options: Cash, Check and Venmo (Becky Osborn@Musicofoz).

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