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Our Music Together® classes include songs, rhythmic rhymes, movement, and instrument play. The activities are presented as informal, non-performance-oriented musical experiences--developmentally appropriate for children and easy for parents and caregivers--regardless of their own musical ability. 2 CDs and Songbook are included!
See our schedule of upcoming classes below:
Mixed Age Music Together Class
This is the essential Music Together class, one that a child can attend from birth through age four through all nine song collections. This basic class follows the recommendations of child development researchers—grouping children of a variety of ages because this fosters natural, family-style learning. 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. Each child participates at his or her own level in singing, moving, chanting, listening, watching, or exploring musical instruments. Any caregivers—parents, grandparents, nanny—can bring the children. The whole family is welcome for this important family music experience.
Babies Music Together Class
For children newborn - 1 year. A great opportunity for parents with infants to bond with one another. The music activities in this class are especially geared for parents whose children are not yet walking.
Hello to the Holidays
Join Samantha for singing and playing along to everyone's favorite holiday songs...."Jingle Bells," Frosty the Snowman," Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer," "Sleigh Ride," the "Dreidle Song" and more! This is not a Music Together® class. There is no CD or songbook, just lots of music making fun!
Music Together Generations
Around the country in independent/assisted living facilities, nursing homes, and senior day programs, elders are bonding with babies and toddlers through music-making. The combination of music and children is just magical for elder participants. Some grandfriends actively absorb the experience, clearly delighting in watching and listening; others love singing along, tapping their feet and shaking the instruments along with the families. And although most elders sing and dance from their chairs, some are even able to get up and boogie with us! The children and parents love it, too. There is an instant connection between elders and families that is incredible to witness. Music Together directors like myself are so proud to be bringing people together across generations in our communities. We are bringing back something essential that’s been lost: intergenerational music-making.”