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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. 


We opened OUR OWN STUDIO in Santa Rosa this summer! A dream of twenty years came true! We started offering classes there in July, and it is a wonderful space. Everyone loves it!

Click here for map and other location info.

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1515 Farmers Lane Plaza

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What's New?

September 5, 2023

Returning Next Wednesday (just for new babies!)

Calling all parents of new babies! This super sweet class is finally BACK: Babies Only (newborn - 7 months; 12 noon on Wednesdays).

There are a few spots left, and there is nothing like it anywhere...

The 10-week Babies Only class begins Sept. 13. Join us!


September 5, 2023

Classes start MONDAY (Sept 11)!

We still have a few spots open. We hope you find one that works for you!

This fall, we are offering 

Mixed Age Family Classes (newborn to 5 yrs) and

Babies Only (newborn - 7 mos; 12 noon on Weds.). 

The 10-week Fall Session begins September 11. These spots will likely fill quickly. Join us!

In addition to her musical background, Julianne has a long history in local theater and also teaching environmental and science programs to kids in Sonoma County. ​

August 12, 2023

Big news! Our new teacher!

We're delighted to welcome another new teacher to our center! Julianne Bradbury plays ukulele and guitar, and has a beautiful voice and engaging, playful style!

She will be teaching the newly added classes: Monday mornings and Wednesday late afternoons in Santa Rosa, and Thursday mornings in Healdsburg!

Learn more about Julianne here.

Or see Our Teachers to read about each of us.

August 1, 2023

Our Gorgeous NEW Space in Santa Rosa!

Classes began this summer at our wonderful new studio space in Santa Rosa. Come by and check it out at 1515 Farmers Lane Plaza! We are loving this perfect space- created just for Music Together classes.

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A Parent's Personal Experience...

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I am quite sure that it was Music Together that brought me out of my shell (as far as singing, anyway). I really NEVER used to sing in front of people, not even my husband.

But we do anything for our kids right? So I remember feeling a bit awkward and shy in classes at first. Now, I sing throughout the day at home, sing with hubby, and even to myself or to the kids at the grocery store! It’s very liberating not only to have found the confidence to sing out when I feel like it, but also wonderful to have sweet little melodies right there stuck in my head ready to pop out into the world.

It’s usually so much about the kids and their learning and progress, but I’ve personally made a ton of progress in my own way. Just wanting to acknowledge it. 

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~ Nicole M, Santa Rosa Mama
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A. was in a happy mood for hours after class - singing and dancing and laughing in the afterglow. Finally I've found the right place to foster her love of music without being turned off by adult expectations. I've tried a number of other kid's group programs that were not a good fit.

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~ B. McCoy, Rohnert Park 
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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.

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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“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.”


~Fred Rogers

. . . 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, summer 2022. 

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