Tuition and Session Information

Winter 2020 Session

We have a 10-week winter session in most of our locations and it begins January 4-10. Centerville and LIno Lakes are the exceptions; they each have 8-week winter sessions that begin Jan 14 and 15 respectively. There are no holidays off during the winter session.

Registration begins here on our website November 1 for classes in the following locations: Blaine, Edina/SW Mpls (Lutheran Church of the Good Shepherd and Lake Harriet United Methodist Church), Golden Valley, Maple Grove, North Oaks, Plymouth (St Barnabas Lutheran Church and Wayzata Free Church), St Paul (Red Balloon Bookshop, Unity Church and Midpointe Event Center), Stillwater (Curio Dance only—classes held at the ECFC register through Stillwater Community Ed) and White Bear Lake.

Registration opens for classes offered through our Parks and Rec and Community Ed partners on the dates below. Go to "Registration" here on our website, choose the class you'd like and you'll be provided with a link to one of our partner registration sites. Get more information and a single page schedule here.

Anoka: December 6

Apple Valley: November 4. Community Education and Parks and Recreation each register 6 out of 12 participants for classes at the Apple Valley Community Center so if one is full, try the other!

Blaine: November 1 here on this website, partnering with Blaine Parks and Rec

Centerville: December 2 through Centennial Community Ed

Eden Prairie: December 4 through Eden Prairie Commununity Ed

Lakeville: November 4 through Lakeville Parks and Rec

Lino Lakes: December 2 through Centennial Community Ed

Prior Lake / Savage: Nov 15 through Prior Lake-Savage Community Ed

Shoreview: through Shoreview Parks and Rec — Residents Dec 3; members of the Shoreview Community Center Dec 5; general public Dec 6

Stillwater ECFC: December 2 through Stillwater Community Ed

Woodbury: November 20 through Woodbury Parks and Rec

Tuition Information

Fall, Winter and Spring 10-week Sessions 

  • $189 for the first registered child in a family. In some of our Parks and Rec and Community Ed locations, this is divided up into $146 in tuition that you pay when you register and a $43 service/materials fee that you pay on the first day of class.
  • $104 for additional siblings 8 months or older. Infants under 8 months attend free with a registered sibling. Infants registered on their own pay the full $189 fee. We love having infants in class!

Summer 8-week Session--and for the 8-week fall, winter and spring sessions in Lino Lakes and Centerville

  • $159 for the first registered child in a family. 
  • $79 for additional siblings 8 months or older.

Infant Auditors 

  • All infants are welcomed with open arms because we know that they learn a tremendous amount from class.
  • Studies show that even newborns can discern minute differences in melody!
  • Infant siblings under 8 months on the first day of a session attend at no cost, space permitting. 
  • We allow up to two infant auditors in each class. 
  • To qualify for this status, an infant must be a sibling of a registered, paying child. 
  • Please include your infant’s name and birth date on the registration form.
  • Infants who do not have an older sibling registered pay full tuition--and we love having them in class!

Fees 

  • There is a one-time-only registration fee of $15 for families new to Music Together in the Valley. This fee is waived in our Parks & Recreation and Community Education locations.

Tuition Refunds

  • Refunds will be given only if requested at least one week prior to the first day of the session (not the first day of your class but the first day of the session) in which you are enrolled. 
  • Credit toward future sessions may be issued in exceptional circumstances such as family emergencies. 
  • For classes at Parks and Recreation and/or Community Education locations, their respective refund policies apply.

Tuition for Mixed-Age Classes Includes

  • Ten weekly 45-minute classes (eight during summer session). 
  • A professionally-recorded CD of the class activities: songs, rhythmic rhymes and tonal and rhythm
    patterns—and a code to digitally download or stream these same materials
  • A child-sized songbook/storybook with gorgeous illustrations that warmly welcomes you to the music.
  • “Music and Your Child: A Guide for Parents and Caregivers,” an engaging overview of early childhood
    music development designed to help you help your child get the most our of our classes.
  • Parent education to help parents and caregivers better understand and enhance their children’s music development. 
  • "Growing and Learning with Music Together®," a chart that helps you understand and support your child's journey to basic music competency.

Make-ups

  • Families are welcome to make up any classes missed. 
  • You are welcome to attend any class at any location, provided there is space. 
  • We have an online make-up scheduler. Please see Schedule a Make-up in the Enrolled Families menu.

Plan Ahead

The ten-week Spring 2020 Session begins March 28-April 3. The eight-week Summer 2020 session begins June 20-26.