Every human being is born with the potential to enjoy music-making throughout life, but it is their experience during early childhood that can determine whether that potential is reached!
Music Together® is an internationally recognized, research-based program that offers infants, toddlers, preschoolers and the adults that love them a chance to enjoy their natural birthright as musical beings. In our classes you'll wiggle, giggle and bond with your child as you make music together, and will leave confident in your ability to continue the experience at home.
The Music Together curriculum builds on your child's natural enthusiasm for music and movement. In addition to the instant enjoyment and bonding that occurs in each class, we'll help your child develop the basic musical skills needed to enjoy a life of music, school and social musical activities, and to study an instrument should he or she ever choose to do so.
We offer mixed-age music classes in Austin, Cedar Park, Brushy Creek, Round Rock, Lakeway, Steiner Ranch, and Oak Hill, as well as, the Music Together Preschool curriculum at local preschools, including St Georges Episcopal Church in Mueller/Cherrywood (Central Austin)
Find out more about our schedule of classes, locations, teachers, registration, and more!
Listen to Our Songs!
Each of Music Together’s nine song collections contains twenty-five songs, both new arrangements of traditional favorites and original compositions, with influences from the folk, jazz, and world-music traditions. Our songs are unique, not only for their wide variety of tonalities and meters, but also for their outstanding musical arrangements - which appeal to both children and their grownups!
Listen to a few samples of some classic Music Together songs:
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Watch a Video of a Typical Family Class!
Our mixed-age classes are for children from birth through the age of 6 and follow the recommendations of child development researchers — grouping children of a variety of ages because this fosters natural, family-style learning. Younger children enjoy watching and imitating older ones; older children learn by leading younger ones; and adults are happy because the children in the family can go to class together.
Music Forever Music Together is a breastfeeding-friendly