Music Together® Information

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Local music programing is not created equally. Use this Compare & Contrast docment to help you choose a music program that fits your family's value system and supports consumer education.  This document contains zero sales pitch only facts of what Music Together is.


Music Together is:

  • A Researched music & movement curriculum taught in 45 countries. The whole world is on the same curriculum at the same time.


  • Not a playgroup.  We don’t entertain children while parents socialize.


  • Parents and caregivers are students too and will learn ongoing parenting techniques and early childhood behavior through weekly PEM's (Parent Education Moments). 


  • A multi-cultural, tonal, rhythmic, age range, social experience that is also a deeply bonding 1 on 1 experience at the very same time.


  • A Language emersion class. Singing in key and dancing with acurate rhythm are languages and not talents



  • Non Performance oriented and Mixed Aged classes means:

    • Some children are more competent music makers than adults based on exposure to rich musical input.  Some younger children are more competent than older children.  

    • Exposure to more social, developmental & cognitive experiences than any preschool environment.

    • Allowing your children to deduct and interact with all ages and developments in a safe and non judgmental learning environment. 

    • Older children hone confidence and leadership skills by playing and not formal teaching how to act with confidence and lead.

    • Younger children hone social, motor and language skills by socializing and exposure to older children.

    • You can do Music Together with your whole family.


  • Private research through the United States Department of Education suggests that long term exposure to the Music Together curriculum will cumulatively support All Future Learning for children 0 - 7 (see specific research stats on our FAQ page online)


  • Parent Education is a vital component of Music Together.  Learn how to:

    • Track your child’s rhythmic and tonal development.

    • Notice and track your own rhythmic and tonal growth too.

    • Understand different learning styles and how to parent each one.

    • Access to the Parent Education portal.


  • Great way to meet like minded parents who value quality programming.


  • Free and low cost programming outside of class, too!