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Sweet joy I call thee
Thou dost smile
I will sing the while
Sweet joy befall thee.

- William Blake

 

During the early years, it is extremely important that parents and caregivers be the ones who create a nurturing environment. Children are biologically "wired" to respond most to those with whom they have close bonds. Music Together® classes help you build that bond.

Best of all, it's fun!

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Get to class a bit early and you can tap on the big gathering drum!

 

Did you know that each time you and your child touch 
both of your bodies begin producing a chemical called Oxytocin?
Oxytocin is known as the "bonding chemical".

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Music Together believes in an “accept and include” philosophy, understands developmentally appropriate practice, and respects different learning styles. 

 

"Music is one of my specialties. I love learning exactly how to do a clapping pattern or a dance step. I like to play instruments the real way. I love to practice the things I'm interested in, and I know when I get things "right" according to me. I'm attracted to other kids who can do great things in music, and I'm beginning to feel like I need music every day and maybe for the rest of my life. I'm four-and-a-half, and proud of it!" - Music Together family songbook - "A Child's Wish List"

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Zoom, Zoom, Ridin' in the car.....here we go, here we go.....

 

Mixed-age classes are a true family music experience, where both parents, as well as grandparents and other caregivers, are welcome and siblings can attend classes together

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Music is a basic life skill.

 

Playing bells with dad is great!

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You are the most important model and teacher for your child.

 

A high-point of Music Together classes is the jam session we call the "play-along".

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