Learning, Sharing, Growing, and Making Music in Sonoma County, California
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.
November 27, 2022
Open Registration for winter begins tomorrow, Monday, November 28! Join us!
Some classes may already be full or nearly so due to the priority registration for fall families. Registration for the general public opens tonight at midnight for Santa Rosa classes, and tomorrow at 9:00 AM for Healdsburg classes.
Don't delay! Classes will fill fast.
Some links to help you:
November 14, 2022
Big Changes Ahead for Winter!
We're moving back INDOORS! For 19 years prior to the pandemic, our classes were always held indoors. Many of our current families have not yet experienced Music Together held in a studio instead of a park- it's been a long time!
We are SO excited to go back indoors this winter- let the cold wind and rain come! We will have classes in two beautiful locations. In Santa Rosa, we will be at Breakthrough Dance on Mendocino Ave, and in Healdsburg we'll return to the Community Center classroom! Click here for more on our locations.
An indoor class, pre-pandemic.
Our new Santa Rosa studio!
November 10, 2022
This Winter's Offerings
All winter classes will be Mixed Age Family Classes, for children aged newborn to 5 years old.
Winter classes will begin the week of January 30. The session will run for nine weeks.
We'll begin registration at the end of November!
November 10, 2022
A New Teacher Joins Us!
This winter we welcome Eben Miller, a long-time Music Together dad in our program - and now a Music Together teacher! You'll find Eben teaching in both Santa Rosa and Healdsburg.
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.
~Dr. Ian Howell
Music Together Parent and
Voice and Vocal Pedagogy Faculty,
New England Conservatory, Boston
“Play is often talked about as if it were a relief from serious learning. But for children play is serious learning. Play is really the work of childhood.”
...and this precious toddler is doing some serious musical concentration- while playing! That's how we teach in our classes. Adults create the musical play, and the children soak it up in their own way. This is from one of our Santa Rosa Outdoor classes.