Music Together® is so much more than a 45 minute class that meets once a week. With every semester your family’s day to day lifestyle will be enriched. Your children and you will learn new songs – more than just “The Wheels on the Bus.” Music Together incorporates multi-cultural songs, rhythmic rhymes, tonal play, instrument play as well as activities that support gross and fine motor development.
These activities are presented as informal, non-performance-oriented musical experiences, developmentally appropriate for children and easy for parents and caregivers to share. The song and dance can carry on outside of class with a
variety of supplemental materials - CDs, an interactive songbook, a phone app, plus VIP access to the Music Together® online Family Music Zone learning and activity portal.
The value of Music Together® is not just what happens in class - it lies in the experience that you will take home and continue to share as a family.
Below is a listing of our current class offerings, times and locations.
To register, please click on "Registration" tab or by CLICKING HERE.
Birth to Kindergarten
This is the essential Music Together class, one that a child can attend from birth through Kindergarten through all nine song collections. Younger children enjoy watching and imitating older ones; older children learn by leading younger ones; and adults are happy because the children in the family can go to class together. The whole family is welcome for this important family music experience. REGISTER
Birth to eight months
EVERY child will benefit from early exposure to music and movement researched curriculum. Because the early months are so important, Music Together offers two options for babies: Mixed ages OR Babies class for 8 months and under. REGISTER
Rhythm Kids K - 2
Age Five to Eight
Rhythm Kids K-2 is an exciting music, movement, and drumming class for children in Kindergarten through second grade (ages 5 through 8). Children integrate and assimilate rhythm into their lives, as they:
- learn multicultural drumming patterns
- develop new repertoire on various percussion instruments
- explore movement and dance while singing songs
- play games based on music and drumming
- have fun with a host of rhythm activities