Class Descriptions

Music Together®

For children zero to four with caregiver. Children will often sing before they speak. This is because music is truly a universal language that has the power to bring families and communities together in harmony. Come create a joyful musical environment through song, dance, and rhythmic play and make playful connections to last a lifetime! Adults, regardless of musical ability, find it fun and easy to help create an environment that supports any child in achieving basic music competence. Children of mixed ages participate at their own level by singing, moving, listening, and exploring instruments.

Music Together Infants

This class for non-cruising babies serves as a wonderful and fundamental introduction to Music Together. Parents receive a special Music Together Infant Anthology that is chock full of songs, chants, and activities most effective with young pre-verbal, pre-mobile infants.

Music Sprouts (Age 3 - 5)

For children three to five with caregiver. Students build a strong foundation of basic music skills in this fun, interactive class. Through movement, singing, playing instruments and listening, students develop their sense of tonality and rhythm, and learn to focus and interact in a classroom setting. This is a wonderful preparation for preschool and Suzuki instruction.

Music Sprouts (3 - 5) Summer

For children three to five with caregiver.  Students build a strong foundation of basic music skills in this fun, interactive class.  Through movement, singing, playing instruments and listening, students develop their sense of tonality and rhythm, and learn to focus and interact in a classroom setting.  This is a wonderful preparation for preschool and Suzuki instruction.

Music Together Summer

Adults, regardless of musical ability, find it fun and easy to help create an environment that supports any child in achieving basic music competence. Children of mixed ages participate at their own level by singing, moving, listening, and exploring instruments.

Music Together Summer 2

Adults, regardless of musical ability, find it fun and easy to help 
create an environment that supports any child in achieving basic music 
competence. Children of mixed ages participate at their own level by 
singing, moving, listening, and exploring instruments.