Listen & Learn for LLDSS | Music Class in Springfield, IL


We are so excited to offer music classes to the LLDSS community. Created and led by music therapist Rachel Rambach, this class is designed to instill and foster a love of music as well as develop basic skills for both musical growth and daily life.

The Listen & Learn curriculum is comprised of both original and familiar songs that you can start singing along with at the very first class. Activities are designed based on specific goals and objectives. Skills that are addressed through the Listen & Learn curriculum include (but are not limited to) fine and gross motor movement, rhythmic foundations, intonation, peer interaction, turn-taking, and academic concepts.

As a parent or caregiver, you are welcome to attend the class with your child to provide support and encouragement, or if you prefer, you can stay in the waiting room. Each 30-minute class combines structured activities (movement, singable stories, group instrument play, etc.) with free time for children to explore various instruments and interact with one another.

Tuition for the fall semester is $120.
Payment can be made via PayPal or by check.
If you are using LLDSS funds, I am happy to invoice them directly.

All classes are held at Music Therapy Connections,
located at 1234 Centre West Drive, Springfield, IL 62704.


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Rachel Rambach, MM, MT-BCRachel Rambach, MM, MT-BC grew up in Springfield, Illinois, where she participated in and studied all types of music from an early age. She completed her bachelors degree in voice performance at Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida, where she graduated summa cum laude. Rachel went on to earn her masters degree in music therapy from Illinois State University, again receiving top honors. She began her career at the Hope Institute for Children & Families, where she designed and implemented its first-ever music therapy program. She serves on the children’s music staff at Laurel United Methodist Church. Rachel cohosts the Music Therapy Round Table podcast, and is a member of the Illinois Federation of Music Clubs, American Music Therapy Association, and Illinois Association for Music Therapy. Rachel has specialized training in Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Music Therapy.