The simple and enjoyable act of making music with your child naturally fosters important social and emotional skills, such as self-regulation, self-confidence, leadership skills, social skills, and socio-emotional intelligence. Making music with your child can be so much fun for both of you, whether you’re singing along to the radio in the car, jamming on… Read more »
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What’s Happening in Babies’ Brains During Music Experiences? Big Things!
Babies can be puzzling. They are little, they are squishy, and they seem to need help doing everything. And yet we know that huge development is happening on the inside, as their brains grow at an astronomical rate. If you’ve ever asked yourself, “What’s going on in there?” you’re not alone. We can help with… Read more »
Level Up Your Child’s Learning with Music
It’s been a year of drive-through birthday parties, Zoom meetings in the same room as your three-year-old’s virtual preschool class, and feeding everyone in the house what sure feels like infinite meals and snacks. Every. Single. Day. Now that the next stage of pandemic parenting is upon us, you might be wondering what you can do to… Read more »
Music Together In School Spotlight: Virtual Music Classes in the Richmond, VA, Public Schools
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 »
Susan Darrow, Music Together CEO, Interviewed by National Geographic Family
Our CEO, Susan Darrow, was interviewed by National Geographic Family, where she explained how music can help children with pandemic stress. Find out more.
Creating Harmony: How Music Can Support Social Emotional Development
The simple and enjoyable act of making music with your child naturally fosters important social and emotional skills, such as self-regulation, self-confidence, leadership skills, social skills, and socio-emotional intelligence. Read more