Music Together Worldwide is committed to supporting music-making experiences for families, young children, classes, and therapy rooms that are in line with social-distancing guidelines. We want all of our families to stay safe while staying connected in socially responsible ways. Find out how.
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Monday, April 13, is #MusicMonday. Here are some ways to celebrate with your family! Read more.
Music Together Worldwide recognizes the unique contributions to our world made by autistic persons. Our lives are richer when we create opportunities for inclusive family music-making. Find out how.
At challenging times like these, the ability to tap into the power of music to express ourselves and connect with others is more important than ever. The health and safety of our global Music Together family of parents, children, licensees, teachers, and staff is of the upmost importance to us. We have taken several steps to help the music-making continue even though we can’t physically gather in our classrooms right now. Find out more.
Ever wanted a magic wand to tame a tantrum? Thrown your hands up trying to get your child to eat another bite? Or wondered how many more miles ’til they hit the road to dreamland? Whatever your parenting 911, we’ve got a musical parenting hack for you to try! The great news is you already have the goods to make the magic happen! So, exhale and read on…
If your little one is nervous about going to school, singing a few songs about school can encourage excitement about the new things they will experience. Find out more
Next week is the annual Week of the Young Child, hosted by our friends at the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC). This year, Music Together is proud once again to sponsor Music Monday, on April 8, to celebrate music in early childhood. Enter Our Music Monday Giveaway In honor of Music… Read more »
When Peter and Stephanie Rich were choosing a name for their son, they knew they wanted a name that connected to harmony, and peace, and music. They were both very familiar with the Tony Award–winning tap dance master/choreographer Savion Glover, and they liked having a connection to an artist that they admired. Read more.
School concerts, seasonal community events, religious ceremonies, holiday hits playing on the radio—all offer abundant opportunities to take advantage of the physical and emotional benefits of music during the busy holiday season. See how.
On Friday, October 5, we’ll be celebrating the 3rd Annual Kids Music Day, and we hope you’ll join in! Founded by the national nonprofit organization Keep Music Alive, Kids Music Day was created to inspire music schools, retailers, and other organizations to hold events that honor and benefit kids making music. Learn more.