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 want to share your passion for music with families in your area, a career with Music Together might be right for you. Whether you’re a music-loving entrepreneur looking to start a business or a musician interested in a unique and fun way to grow your income, consider bringing our music classes for kids to your community and inspire the next generation of music-makers!Learn More
If you love music, and you love children, consider training to become a Music Together teacher. Our teachers come from a variety of backgrounds—they’re actors, professional musicians, stay-at-home parents, preschool teachers, and more—but what they all share is the desire to help bring the power of music-making back into family life. Find out how you can join the ranks of happy Music Together teachers worldwide!Learn More Register for Training
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
As the largest organization for music educators in the US, the National Association for the Music Education (NAfME) has created numerous resources to support music teachers as they teach through the pandemic, in-person, virtually, or a hybrid. Find out more.
A Conversation with Susan Darrow and Lili Levinowitz, Ph.D. Find out more .