Our ten-week Music Together Online Winter Session begins January 4-10. Let us bring more joy, more laughter, more sense of community and connection AND more music into your lives this winter. Learn more and see the winter schedule here.
With Music Together Online, you’ll have access to the same high-quality music and movement curriculum loved by millions of families and thousands of teachers around the world—from home!
Our winter programming features the following, all delivered via Zoom:
- One 30-minute live, interactive class each week at your designated class time
- Weekly “Musical Play Dates” each Tuesday at 6:30 p.m.
- Weekly “Story and Lullaby Times” each Thursday at 6:30 p.m.
- Saturday night dance parties every other week
In addition, you’ll receive:
- A professionally-recorded CD plus a digital recording of the song collection we’ll be working with this winter, the beloved ‘Bells’ collection, that you can use with our free 'Hello Everybody' app
- A beautifully illustrated songbook/storybook that warmly welcomes you and your child into the music.
It's a Package Deal!
Music Together Online is a package of online music experiences and resources that creates a comprehensive music learning program with the same high quality education for young children you expect from Music Together. Let us fill your family’s days with musical learning and fun! Mixed-age classes are appropriate for children up to kindergarten, but the entire family is welcome (and encouraged!) to participate in the musical fun.
Does holding Music Together classes online work? Here's what some happy parents are saying:
"My son and I have done nine (!) sessions of Music Together. Three of those have been online! While it's different, it's still Music Together. We have a weekly appointment with making music and now his big brother joinus us most weeks. It means all three of us are making music together everywhere we go—which isn't far, mostly on our walks through the neighborhood, singing whatever song has caught their fancy. Keeping Music Together in our lives has helped us keep a sense of community with our fellow classmates and each other. I has helped me keep pep in my step as I navigate my children through this different landscape."
"Of course, as a parent with young children, I was intially concerned about screen time and if my kids would adjust to the virtual model. Those concerns faded quickly. The format of the virtual class closely models that of the in-person class. It is like having our teacher in our family room for music class rather than going to the Red Balloon Bookshop. It is just as interactive and engaging as in-person class. Having routine-based kids, they didn't skip a beat. Their participation virtually is very similar to their participation in person...Furthermore, the pandemic has limited social opportunities for my family. I view live virtual music class as a social development opportunity for my kids. They get to see many of their friends from class and connect with their teacher individually at the beginning and end of class."
"As a parent, I feel like Clarice and the teacher team have worked SO hard. Every online sememster has been a bit different as they keep learning and adjusting to make the online platform as engaging as possible. I am so thankful for them—especially every time I try to out some other online kid thing—because they have created a space with engagement, interaction, good sound and a variety that I haven't found anywhere else."
"Our children have been thrilled with the online Music Together classes. They enjoy seeing their teacher as well as experiencing 'new to them' teachers during the story times, dance parties and lullaby hours. What I love is that we are still experiencing the same music bond we had during our in-person class days. I highly recommend continung Music Together classes during this time and bringing the love of music into your home."
"All the things I've loved about Music Together since we started years ago are still there. We have more music in our home—my kids since the songs all the time. We have a relationship with a teache we adore. And the child development-based teaching techniques are still teaching all of us to live the music in our bones."