One of the South Shore’s known musicians is using his talents to help teach children.
“I play the guitar as we sing and learn songs,” said Deutsch, who is from Islip.
The 45-minute class is catered for infants through 5-year-olds.
While also teaching about instruments and learning popular nursery songs, Bobby Digitial has put his own twist on the educational music scene by creating his own originals.
“They have a rock-n-roll feel but they are educational songs about cleaning up and the alphabet,” he said of his songs.
The classes started on Wednesday and the first round seemed to be an immediate hit with the kids.
“All the young children are thrilled to be singing, dancing, and playing instruments,” said Bubble’s owner, Jennifer Dellafranca.
The best part, Dellafranca said, is “the parents are loving it too!”
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Going forward, classes will be held twice a week: Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m. and Saturdays at 9 a.m. for 12 weeks.
Bubble is located at 15 East Main Street in Babylon Village.
To register, call (631) 587-0050.
Top: Bobby Digital singing and playing the guitar to a youngster. (courtesy)