The joy you express through music making

becomes your child's joy in music throughout life!









At Music City Music Together Inc., children ages birth to five and their parents/caregivers meet once a week for 45 minutes to sing songs, play instruments, learn chants and rhymes, and dance in a relaxed non-performance oriented setting.

Adults enjoy watching their children respond to the rich musical environment we create together in the classroom and the children delight in the musical play with the adults who love them!

Recapture your own pleasure in music and movement while you role model for your child and have a wonderful time making Music Together®!

Come sing with us in 2017 as Music Together celebrates 30 years of bringing music and families together! See what parents have to say about our classes:


Music City Music Together Inc. is proud to announce that Brentwood United Methodist Church Day School (BUMC Kids) and BUMC Center for Children and Families currently offer the Music Together In-school Curriculum! Learn more about the Preschool Program.

Recent News

Aug 11, 2017
Fall Classes!

Fall Family classes begin Sept. 18th week!

Registration begins on the exciting Eclipse Day-August 21st!

Big Kids Classes coming soon! (Ages 5, 6, 7)


Try a FREE Class!

Come join us for a Free Preview class now through Sept. 15th! 

Classes are for ages birth through 5 years and you will see them listed on our 

"Classes" page.


Where To Sing With Us~



*Jan Williams School of Music/ Brentwood

*Belle Meade United Methodist Church on Harding Pike 


*Bandwagon Music & Repair/Bellevue 

*Nashville Dance Center, NOW at BoostFit Club 

*The Monkey's Treehouse/Franklin 

Need A Gift Certificate?

If you would like to purchase a gift certificate for one of our sessions please give us a call or email us and we will make it happen!

Moms Groups/Preschools

We'll come to you and share some musical time with your group. This is a free service designed to introduce preschool teachers and families with young children to the musical birthright we all share and to provide grownups with important information about how children learn and grow musically.