Ms. Julie Bomstad

Ms. Julie Bomstad
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Music Links

The San Francisco Symphony for Kids 
Experiment with harmony, melody, rhythm, and other elements of music. Play with the playlists on the radio and explore instruments of the orchestra. 
Source: San Francisco Symphony 

Play Music 
Learn about instruments of the orchestra, play games, and create music. 
Source: made possible with public funds from the New York State Council on the Arts 

New York Philharmonic Kidzone 
Try music games, composing, designing instruments in a lab, and watch videos about instruments. 
Source: New York Philharmonic Orchestra 

Sphinx Kids 
Listen to many instruments, learn how they sound, and match the music to the instrument. 
Source: Chicago Symphony Orchestra and Sphinx Music for minorities 

The Exploratorium 
This cool site explains instruments from around the world. 
Source: The Exploratorium is a science museum in California

Ms. Julie Bomstad began teaching at Garlough Elementary School in 1987 as a Music Specialist. 

Bachelor of Music Education K-12
Northwestern University/St. Thomas University
St. Paul, MN
Master of Education in Integrated Arts in Curriculum and Instruction
Lesley University
Boston, MA

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 Thursday, May 3rd

 Grades 1&2 at 5:00 p.m.


 Grades 3&4 at 6:15 p.m.

You won't want to miss them!

Garlough students enjoy discovering, developing, and sharing music during the 90 minutes of instruction per week. Learning to create music heightens our students’ opportunities for personal expression. Rhythm, melody, harmony, tone color, form, and style are developed in an integrated, comprehensive program. Studying a rich variety of historical and cultural styles deepens their understanding of the world.

Students read, perform, and compose with music symbols on a variety of musical instruments. Great composers, orchestral instruments, the science of sound, jazz, and writing lyrics are more units of study. Singing is a joyful, lifelong part of all that we do, from the classroom to the vocal music concerts that are performed each year.