As we continue to practice physical distancing, we know parents like you are looking for fun online activities to engage your little ones and support their learning. With our interactive online and outside music classes, you now have access to the same high-quality early childhood music and movement curriculum loved by millions of families and teachers around the world– from the convenience of your home or at your local park.
How We Teach
Like all Music Together classes, Music Together is designed to teach the way young children learn: through play! During each music class, your Music Together teacher will lead music activities to sing, play, and jam along to and show you how to be musical with your child! Each class is an active music-making experience, designed to teach the way children learn: through play with the grown-ups they love.
Join us for the Triangle Song Collection this Spring! We'll jump and jive with Allee Galloo, go to the beach with Maria Isavel, and create jazzy rounds with Hey, Ho, Nobody Home, just to name a few of the 25 songs and chants in the Triangle Song Collection. In addition to your weekly classes, your tuition includes materials for you to use at home, access to the online Family Music Zone and a digital download of your music. Join our Spring Session Online or Outdoors and play, sing, laugh and learn with families in your community!
About Music Together Worldwide
Music Together is an internationally recognized, developmentally appropriate early childhood music and movement program fro children birth through grade 2. The Music Together curriculum was co-authored in 1987 by Kenneth K. Guilmartin and Rowan University Professor Emeritus of Music Education, Dr. Lili M. Levinowitz. It offers programs for families, schools, at-risk populations, and children with special needs in more than 3,000 communities worldwide. The company is passionately committed to bringing children and their caregivers closer through shared music-making and helping people discover the joy and educational value of early music experiences.