Learning, Sharing, Growing, and Making Music in Sonoma County

We're passionate about developing strong minds, strengthening family bonds, building community,
inspiring creativity, and nurturing self-expression through the power of making music together.

  We offer fun, welcoming music classes for infants to second graders and their families. 

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Give the Gift of Music Together!​

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Science shows us that giving experiences instead of toys boosts children's intelligence and happiness. In fact, a recent study showed that too many toys can actually make children less happy.

Read about it here.

Upcoming Music Together Programs:
We're taking the winter off and will return February 28 with Term 1 of 2022!
 

Registration for Term 1 is open now!
Upcoming Spring Programs:

You'll find many Mixed Age options, a class for Babies Only, and a Rhythm Kids class!

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What's New?

December 17, 2021

Join us in 2022!

We are taking the winter off from our regular programs, and returning on February 28 with 2022 Term 1: Drum Song Collection. Registration is open NOW! We'll offer outdoor and online classes.

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We're changing our usual program dates next year so we can still give our families all the beautiful music coming in 2022! Instead of "Winter" and "Spring" sessions, we'll have:

"2022 Term 1: Drum Collection"

(8 wks, starting 2/28)

and

"2022 Term 2: Tambourine Collection"

(8 wks. starting 5/2)

We hope your family will join us on this musical journey!

And, In Case You Missed it...

April 3,  2021

We're in the NEWS!

Thank you, Press Democrat, for featuring our Music Together center in the paper! We are excited that we survived the pandemic year, and we are still going strong! Read the article here!

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The Music Together curriculum is one of the best-structured and most effective early childhood music educations out there. 

Without knowing how, parents and children absorb fundamental concepts of musical structure while gaining a common repertory to make music with each other in the home. We learn by watching and doing, playing and exploring.

The Zoom classes are as effective and enjoyable as the in-person classes we were used to. They are fun, dynamic, and have given us a great sense of community through this time.

I recommend any parent of a young child get involved.

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~Dr. Ian Howell

Music Together Parent and

Voice and Vocal Pedagogy Faculty,

New England Conservatory, Boston

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