Westminster Conservatory is now offering

Musikgarten Teacher Training Workshops
with Jill Hannagan, Executive VP, Musikgarten 

Family Music for Babies & Toddlers 

  • Friday, January 3, 2014 from 4pm—8pm and 
  • Saturday, January 4, 2014 from 9am—6pm 

The Cycle of Seasons 

  • Sunday, January 5, 2014 from 1pm—6pm and 
  • Monday, January 6, 2014 from 9:30am—5:30pm

Register for this workshop

Workshop Fee, including registration fee: $225 per curriculum; $375 for both
Student Rate, including registration fee: $125 per curriculum; $200 for both 

Fees do not include a teacher’s manual, which may be ordered directly from Musikgarten by calling 1-800-216-6864. 

Participants must pay in full when registering. Cancellation policy: tuition refunded if cancellation is received in writing by December 15, 2013 (note the $50 registration fee is non-refundable).


Workshop participants will receive a Certificate of Participation for their training hours. Those desiring a Certificate of Qualification can participate in two additional 1-hour phone sessions, thereby completing the requirement for a Musikgarten license at no additional cost. Students desiring a Certificate of Qualification must also complete all workshop assignments, and demonstrate the ability to sing tunefully and move rhythmically to a beat.

 About Jill Citro Hannagan


Jill Citro Hannagan is the founder and past director of the University of Delaware Community Music School and director of the Hockessin Music School in Hockessin, Delaware. Ms. Hannagan has served on their Board of Directors and that of Delaware Music Educators Association (DMEA). She has presented music and movement workshops at national meetings of the MTNA, MENC, Suzuki Association, and ECMMA, as well as many state conferences. Jill's articles on early childhood music and piano teaching have been published by MENC, Clavier Magazine, and Early Childhood Connections: Journal of Music and Movement Based Learning. She has conducted workshops throughout the United States, in Canada, and in Malaysia, and is co-author of Musikgarten's Music Makers: At the Keyboard series.