Why Choose Music Together?
Music Together is WORLD RENOWNED
Music Together is the gold standard
of early childhood music & movement programs throughout the world. The Music Together curriculum is based on
over 30 years of research in our lab school in Princeton, NJ, where the research
continues to this day.
Music Together is FUN, FUN, FUN!
At Music Together, your child and
you will be singing, dancing, learning fun chants, playing with musical
instruments, and exploring the joy making live music in a community
setting. It’s an experience the whole
family will enjoy!
Music Together is EDUCATIONAL
Making music uses more areas of the
brain than virtually any other activity.
Our classes nurture your child’s social, emotional, cognitive, and
physical development and helps build confidence, creativity and leadership
skills. Children learn important life
skills from the adults with whom they share a close emotional bond – walking,
talking, playing and even trying new foods.
In this same way, we know that only YOU can help your child develop a
love for making music. So, in class we
are not only teaching the children, we are teaching the adults how to become
musical mentors to their child.
Music Together is SOCIAL
Music is the universal language
that brings families, communities and entire cultures together. Aside from the fun and educational components
of Music Together, your family will automatically become part of a very special
musical community. Not only will your
child learn from the other children in class, but from adults as well. They get to see YOU form an invaluable bond
with other families that only music can inspire.
You Get to Take Music Together Home
The first day of class, you get to
take home a CD and an illustrated songbook of all the music we’ll be working
on throughout the semester. Our
curriculum runs in 3-year cycles, so you could take our classes for 3 years and
build a library of music to enjoy for years to come! In addition, new families receive a booklet
and DVD outlining the research that went into developing the curriculum. You also have access to the Family Music Zone
on Music Together’s website, which includes downloadable music, coloring pages,
musical games, and articles on music development. All of this is included with your