Fun. Fabulous. Uplifting. Magical. These are just a few of the ways that parents describe Music Together. Each week in Music Together classrooms around the world, babies, toddlers, preschoolers, big kids—and the grownups who love them!—gather to make music as a community. Offered at more than 3,000 locations and 40 countries, our early childhood music classes give families with children from birth through age 8 the chance to get in touch with their inner musician and connect with other families.
We’re on a mission to make the world a better place by making it more musical. And you can be part of it by joining one of our music classes in your neighborhood!
If you love music, and you love children, teaching Music Together classes to families in your community might be your next career move. Our teachers come from many different backgrounds: They’re actors, professional musicians, stay-at-home parents, lawyers, teachers, just to name a few. What they all share is the desire to bring music-making back into family life. If that sounds like you, and you’re interested in a unique and fun way to grow your income, we can help you start your own Music Together classes. We provide the training, coaching, and curricula. You teach our music classes for kids in your area—and inspire the next generation of music-makersStart Your Own Classes
Music Together is used at thousands of preschools, childcare centers, and other early learning settings around the world. In addition to supporting children’s music development, our in-school curriculum raises the overall quality of a child's education by touching many important factors all at once: school readiness, family engagement, parent-child relationships, and teacher professional development. When Music Together is a part of the school day, music isn't just fun—it's a powerful learning tool, too!Learn More
Parents are sometimes surprised to hear that they can start Music Together® classes with their babies as soon after birth as they’d like. That’s because all children are born music-makers. Yes, your baby’s cries, coos, and squeals are also their first attempts at singing! How do babies go from “aahh!” to “do, re, mi”? Like... Read more »
Get ready to visit Africa and learn about elephants! Watch the recording of our March 3rd webcast, Rhythm Kids Around the World: Live from Kenya. We hope you enjoy our virtual field trip to the Mpala Research Centre in Nanyuki, Kenya, featuring Mpala Executive Director Dr. Dino Martins. Watch now.