Eurhythmics at CIM

An exploration of music through movement and sound, taught in a group setting. Students develop sensitivities to musical moods, structure and rhythm through intuitive kinesthetic experiences and games.

Three Eurhythmics programs are offered at CIM; Children's Eurhythmics for ages 3-6, Youth Eurhythmics I for ages 5-10, and Youth Eurhythmics II geared for intermediate musicians ages 11-18. Class sizes range from 5-15 students.

Applying for Fall 2020 Semester

For fall classes, students may participate in-person or virtually. For in-person instruction, students and faculty will be required to wear masks. In addition, faculty will reinforce proper social distancing during each class and follow CIM's safety protocols to ensure a safe learning and teaching environment for all. CIM has implemented strict safety measures in order to keep the community safe. You can learn about some of the many protocols currently in place on our Safety page. For students who feel more comfortable participating virtually—especially younger students who have difficulty with masks—an online only class is available on Thursday afternoons.

Children's Eurhythmics


Children ages 3-6 with no previous Eurhythmics experience


Thursdays (Online Only) 3-3:50pm
Saturdays (In Person) 8:30-9:20am

Class Overview:

  • Experiencing the fun of music in a group setting
  • Beginning aural recognition
  • Exploring sense of control in their body
  • Utilizing drums to build simple rhythmic patterns
  • Starting to develop locomotion skills learning to differentiate skip, hop, gallop, walk and run
  • Learning dynamic response to music
  • Working with patterns and manipulation
Youth Eurhythmics I


Children ages 5-10 


Thursdays (Online Only) 4-4:50pm
Saturdays (In Person) 9:50-10:40am

Class Overview:

  • Extending skills learned in Children’s Eurhythmics and refining, increasing complexity
  • Adding all basic notation and rhythmic values
  • Beginning the fundamentals of solfège
Youth Eurhythmics II

Students ages 11-18 who wish to further their personal musical development are encouraged to apply. This program is open to students who have the ability to read notation and who are currently taking private lesson instruction and/or playing in a music ensemble.


Thursdays (Online Only) 5-5:50pm
Saturdays (In Person) 2-2:50pm

Class Overview:

  • Experiencing rhythm away from their instruments through the aural and kinesthetic senses
  • Developing a physical connection between pulse and subdivision
  • Studying meter, common rhythmic patterns, notation and cross rhythms
  • Exploring interpersonal collaboration and improvisation exercises

Details and Enrollment

  • Enrollment is open only during the first half of each semester 
  • In-person classes are held at the University Circle location, in room 113
  • Missed classes due to late registration and/or personal absences are not made up

CIM is now accepting applications for fall 2020! When applying, you will be able to sign up for in-person or virtual classes. If you have any questions about enrollment or class offerings, please reach out to the Preparatory team at