Our Class Schedule




(Schedule is at the bottom of the page) 

Thank you for your interest in our classes!

Currently we are in preregistration mode for families who are enrolled in Summer session. What this means is that currently enrolled families have first dibs on their current spots for Fall session, until August 1st.  If you are interested in joining us for Fall session, please let us know what class time you are interested in and we will put you on the wait list for your prefered class time/s.  Families on the waitlist will have first dibs on any open spots before registration opens to the general public.

As a family in one of our classes, you and your child will have the opportunity to play musically each week under the guidance of one of our early childhood music specialists. During class, you will sing and move to songs and rhythmic rhymes in a variety of meters and tonalities by participating in activities that include small and large movement, instrument play-alongs and community singing. These fun activities are presented as informal, non-performance-oriented musical experiences that are developmentally appropriate for children and easy for parents and caregivers to participate in regardless of their own musical ability! In addition to the fun you will have in class, you will receive one professionally recorded CD, along with online downloads and Music Together® resources AND a beautifully-illustrated songbook so you can continue the music-making fun at home. Families new to Music Together will also receive our “Music Together at Home: Helping Your Child Grow Musically” parent DVD. For detailed information about our class offerings, please choose the appropriate link from the tabs above. You can also learn more about our Music Together Center, its philosophy and teachers, by visiting the Teachers page of our website.

Have questions about meeting dates and times?  Please Contact Us for more information.  We look forward to singing and dancing with you soon!  


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Mixed Ages - Birth - Five Years.

Child development researchers recommend mixed-age groupings because they foster 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.