We offer Music Together classes in Menlo Park, Palo Alto, Los Altos, Mountain View, & Sunnyvale!
Music Together® is an internationally recognized early childhood music and movement program for babies, toddlers, preschoolers, big kids, and the grown-ups who love them. First offered to the public in 1987, it pioneered the concept of a research-based, developmentally appropriate early childhood music curriculum that strongly emphasizes adult involvement.
We believe in the power of music, that every child is musical and, given the right environment, can learn to sing in tune and move with accurate rhythm. For a free preview class, please click on "Try a class" link to the right.
WINTER SESSION runs eleven weeks* between 1/5-3/21, and features the Music Together Bells Collection. No classes on 1/19 & 2/16.
*Exceptions to the eleven week sessions are: All Monday classes meet 9 weeks due to holidays, Thursdays at Unity-Palo Alto (with Joe) & Saturdays in Menlo Park (with Kate) run 10 weeks. Also, Teacher Frederique's classes will not meet on 3/9-3/13 and end one week later than the regular session.
SPRING SESSION runs eleven weeks between 3/30-6/15, and features the Music Together Triangle Collection. No classes on 5/25.
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Posted on 2014-10-06
This fall, we introduced some changes to our take-home materials. Each semester you enroll in a Music Together class, you will receive a color, illustrated songbook, one CD, and a code giving you access to Music Together's brand-new Family Music Zone. There, you'll be able to download the songs from the Bongos collection and explore fun content created just for you. To access the Family Music
Posted on 2014-10-06
Music Together Concerned with Survey Results Indicating 72% of Parents with a Child under Age 18 Believe You Are Born either with or without the Ability to Carry a Tune Leading early childhood music education expert aims to educate parents that everyone is born with the potential to learn to sing in tune Results of a new survey commissioned by Music Together LLC and conducted online by