Music Together® is basically a "mommy and me" music & movement class for any 3 months to about 4 years old. We meet once a week for 45 minutes during our "sessions". You enroll in a particular day and time and we will see each week at that time! We will sing and dance and play fun instruments together! You receive the music and a songbook to bring home with you each semester so we all know the songs and can sing together!
Music Together is an internationally recognized program and a pioneer in research-based early childhood music education. The program builds on a child's natural enthusiasm for music and movement. The program is found all over the world and is SOOOO popular because it's SO fun and SO educational!
Contact Director Tracie Krieger. 561-400-7489 (text or call!) or email email@example.com
"Tracie - a gifted teacher whose welcoming smile is as joyous as her class. Your enthusiasm and knowledge makes the class so interesting. Tracie you should have your own tv show!!" - Palm Beach Gardens grandmother
We offer classes in Palm Beach Gardens and Jupiter. We look forward to singing and dancing with you. It's so much fun! And please remember - you can start as early as 3 months old! Babies are welcome!*** To learn more of the details about our program, click HERE!
WINTER SEMESTER (10 classes! No Classes 12/21 - 1/3)
Posted on 2014-10-06
This fall, we introduced some changes to our take-home materials. Each semester you enroll in a Music Together class, you will receive a color, illustrated songbook, one CD, and a code giving you access to Music Together's brand-new Family Music Zone. There, you'll be able to download the songs from the Bongos collection and explore fun content created just for you. To access the Family Music
Posted on 2014-10-06
Music Together Concerned with Survey Results Indicating 72% of Parents with a Child under Age 18 Believe You Are Born either with or without the Ability to Carry a Tune Leading early childhood music education expert aims to educate parents that everyone is born with the potential to learn to sing in tune Results of a new survey commissioned by Music Together LLC and conducted online by