In January 2021, Music Together Worldwide CEO Susan Darrow was invited to be a part of the Early Childhood Music and Movement Association (ECMMA), Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion committee (DEI). ECMMA is a national nonprofit organization that brings together early childhood music and movement educators, teacher trainers, and researchers from many different teaching philosophies, methods,… Read more »
Each week, 950 preschoolers, their teachers, and sometimes their parents, gather for music classes taught by Music Together in-school specialists. As you’d imagine, there’s singing, dancing, silly lyrics, and lots of laughter. What you might not expect? These classes are 100% virtual, with families joining from their Richmond, VA, homes—and their Music Together teachers logging… Read 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.
In early 2020, Washington, DC, dad Greg Woodward began taking care of his five- and two-year-old sons full-time . . . and when the pandemic kept them at home, the Woodward family started taking their Music Together classes online. Around this past Thanksgiving, Greg published this post on his new blog about pandemic parenting, Dropping… Read more »
Our CEO, Susan Darrow, was interviewed by National Geographic Family, where she explained how music can help children with pandemic stress. Find out more.
In the 30-minute interview, Susan and Andrea discuss what Music Together means when we say all children are musical, why music education begins in infancy, and how parents can support their children’s music development. Find out 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 .
An Interview with former Music Together teacher Maggie Baird. Read more .