Schubert Club KidsJam Workshops for Homeschool Families
About KidsJam Workshops
KidsJam workshops are 60-minute interactive sessions for children ages 5-12 to experience musical performances, get involved through creative activities and movement, and learn about the people, cultures, and sounds behind the music.
All homeschool programs take place on Tuesday or Wednesday mornings at 10:30 am in the Schubert Club Museum, Landmark Center, Downtown Saint Paul unless otherwise listed.
Schubert Club KidsJam in the Community
In addition to our programs for homeschool students, we are proud to partner with several area community centers to bring these interactive music workshops to students in after-school programs.
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CREATE a magical, mysterious, multi-instrument band with the musicians. LISTEN and LEARN as the trio introduces several stringed instruments in a short concert. PLAY the instruments and strike up your own string band!Find out more »
LEARN the vibrant songs and dances of West Africa. CREATE your own West African instrument and PLAY rhythms together in a lively community gathering! LISTEN to stories of past and present West Africa with themes of change and hope.Find out more »
Travel around the world with Lumina as you LISTEN to languages and songs from many countries. LEARN about distant lands and people of many cultures through music. PLAY with your voice as you imitate different sounds and CREATE your own songbook!Find out more »
KidsJam Workshop Prices:
$5 per child participant
Accompanying adults and babes-in-arms have free admission into the KidsJam Workshop
Register online or by calling the Schubert Club Ticket Office at 651-292-3268, opt 0
KidsJam Workshops take place in the Schubert Club Museum, Second Floor of Landmark Center, 75 W 5th Street, Saint Paul, MN 55102 directions
This activity is made possible by the voters of Minnesota through a Minnesota State Arts Board Operating Support grant, thanks to a legislative appropriation from the arts and cultural heritage fund, and a grant from the Wells Fargo Foundation Minnesota.