At Music Together®, our mission is to make the world a better place by making it more musical. To do this, we bring the highest quality music and movement experiences to children—and we involve the adults who love them in the magical process of development that only music can provide.
Looking for meaningful ways to connect with your child AND your community? Come to one of our FREE preview classes this March!!
With this award-winning program for babies, toddlers and preschoolers, you’ll experience delightful ways to interact as you experience the joy of actively making music, helping your child grow into a confident, life-long music maker. You and your child will learn a variety of music and movement activites led by trained and talented instructors. These fun 'mommy and me' music activities are appropriate for your baby, toddler or preschooler. Siblings can attend the same class so you and your children can sing, dance, wiggle, laugh and play instruments together while loads of seeds of learning are being planted. Infant siblings under 8 months attend for free!
"We love Music Together in The Valley!!! This class was a Mother's Day gift for me and my son (from my husband) when he was 8 months old. He's almost 3 now! We have a 16 mo old too and both of my boys love classes! We attribute a lot of their language development to this program. It is so engaging and beneficial! We are lifers!"
Music Together in the Valley offers family music and movement classes at nearly 20 locations in the Twin Cities area:
Apple Valley • Arden Hills • Blaine • Centerville • Circle Pines • Cottage Grove • Eden Prairie • Jordan • Lakeville • North Oaks • Prior Lake • St. Paul (three locations) • Savage • Shoreview • Stillwater • White Bear Lake • Woodbury
We encourage all new families to participate in one of our classes so that they can experience all the fun we have actively making music. View the schedule of preview demo classes and discover Music Together.
Why do we think Music Together is the best early childhood music education program for families?