Bring Music Classes to Your Neighborhood

Music Together class At Music Together®, it's our mission to make the world better by making it more musical. It's a huge task, and we know we can't do it alone. That's where you come in! To bring Music Together to your community, you may either be hired to teach at an existing center or apply for a license to start your own classes. (It’s easier than you think!)

If you love children and music—and would enjoy being your own boss—Music Together might be a perfect fit for you! As a licensee, you can offer family and in-school music classes in your area or add Music Together to your community arts organization. And if you're a credentialed allied health professional, you can be licensed to use our program in therapeutic settings.

Starting your own Music Together business is an exciting career choice that requires only a small financial investment, and no special business training or formal music credentials. We provide all the help you'll need to get started! Many of our most successful licensees fell in love with Music Together while taking classes with their own children. Actors, singers, musicians, music educators, dancers, teachers, therapists, parents—all have found meaningful work as Music Together licensees.

Start Your Own Music Together Classes

Start your own small business and teach Music Together classes in your neighborhood.

Teach at an Existing Music Together Center

If a Music Together director is already offering classes in your area, you may contact them about teaching opportunities. Check out our Class Locator, or feel free to submit your contact info to learn more.

Bring the Music Together Curriculum to School Settings

Bring Music Together to your childcare, preschool, public school, or other school setting.

Enhance Your Clinical Work

As a credentialed allied health professional, use Music Together in your practice for individuals or small groups.

Add Classes to Your Arts Organization, Facility, or Agency

Add Music Together classes to your community music school, senior facility, or social service organization.