Commonly Asked Questions

 

 

WHAT HAPPENS IN MUSIC TOGETHER CLASS?

Every week, our families come together for 45 minutes to enjoy music-making as a community.

Common class activities include:

  • Sit and Sing

  • Lap Songs

  • Round-singing and simple harmonies

  • Child-friendly instrument play (egg shakers, rhythm sticks, resonator bells, and so much more!)

  • Drum circles

  • Free Dance or simple choreography

  • "Playalong" Jam sessions

  • Dramatic play

  • Lullabies

  • Much, much more! 

 

MY CHILD IS SO YOUNG. DOES HE/SHE REALLY NEED TO GO TO A CLASS?

 

We cherish the special community feel of our classes. Making music in a group encourages lots of social interaction, communication and brain stimulation between other children and grown-ups in class. Many lifelong friendships have formed in our classes

 

HOW DO I KNOW WHAT MY CHILD IS LEARNING FROM CLASS?

 

Your instructor is trained in early childhood music development. Each week, he/she will show you the many ways your child is developing musically - which starts as early as 4 months gestational age (yes, babies recognize music in the womb!)

 

We will also show you ways you can continue the music-making-magic at home, on the go, at the supermarket – you name it! Music-making is a portable and powerful tool!

 

We hope our classes create cherished time together with the children you love, as well as a chance to learn a bit more about you and your child's musicality. All humans are musical!

 

IS MY CHILD OLD ENOUGH FOR A MUSIC CLASS?

 

YES. Newborns love our classes, and are often the first to "coo" around a pitch or flap their arms/legs to a musical experience in class. We love our babies!

 

IS MY CHILD READY FOR A GROUP CLASS?

 

YES. Children learn in so many different ways. We welcome and celebrate ALL learning styles. There is much knowledge to be gained from quiet observation, wandering around the room, even "tasting" an egg shaker! There are zero expections when it comes to how your child chooses to participate. Come as you are and have fun!

 

Ready to learn more? Visit our international website: http://www.musictogether.com for more information. We hope you'll join us - we'd love to make Music Together® with you!