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Music Together® is an internationally recognized early childhood music and movement program.

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Registration

Registration for the Spring semester begins March 4, 2019!

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Classes

We offer classes for babies and toddlers ages 0-4 years old.

Calendar

View the calendar to see which classes is the best fit for you!

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About Us

Children and grownups joyfully share songs, rhymes, movement, and instrument play in a relaxed, fun, non-performance-oriented setting. Music Together offers classes for children from birth through age four, in which parents and caregivers actively participate in the enrichment of their children’s music environment, regardless of their own musical abilities.

Come Visit Us

At the start of every semester, Music Together offers free Demo Classes, offering parents the chance to see what all the fuss is about before registering. Sign-up for a Demo Class today!

Make Magical Music Together

All children are sounders and movers, and their natural aptitude for music blossoms in a sufficiently rich music environment. The Music Together® curriculum includes a mix of original songs and traditional tunes from the folk, jazz, and world music traditions. By presenting a range of musical styles from lyrical to blues, Music Together provides children with a rich musical experience that stimulates and supports their growing music skills.

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What Our Families are Saying

 

“I saw my daughter take her first steps in class. I heard my daughter’s singing voice and saw her dancing feet for the first time in music class. This past semester I saw her face light up when I played the music at home. I’ll continue to recommend this program to anyone for years to come.”

“I’ve loved watching my son develop musically each week. We sing more at home and look forward to class all week.”

 

“I just couldn’t believe how much my daughter changed in terms of her musical appreciation…My daughter really responded to the routine of everything and really finds comfort in the songs whenever we listen to them.”