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  What is Music Together®?

Music Together is an innovative music and movement program for children ages newborn to age five years and their parents or caregivers, that is based on the belief that all children are inherently musical. Originally 
offered to the public in 1987, it pioneered the concept of a research-based, developmentally appropriate early childhood music curriculum that strongly emphasizes and facilitates adult involvement.

All Children Are Musical!

At Music Together we believe that music ability is as basic to life as walking or talking, and that it is every child's birthright to participate with pleasure and confidence in the music of our culture. We introduce children to the joys of making music instead of passively receiving it from Cd's and television. And because very young children instinctively respond to and imitate their loved ones, the active participation of parents and caregivers - regardless of their musical ability - is an essential part of the rich musical environment we create. Music Together parents discover what a powerful role model they are for their child, just by having fun with the music themselves! And by providing cd's and songbooks to take home, we hope to inspire music-making in your everyday family life.

        

                                                                                                                                                          Sunshine Music Together P.O. Box 9164 Seattle, WA 98109 (206) 281-1111

 


What's New
SPRING 2014

 

Spring session has begun and registration is now closed.

 

It's still not too late to register for our Madison Park location - classes will close next week!

 

Spring session runs April 7th - June 16th. (April 14-17th in Madison Park).

 

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Locations in Queen Anne, West Seattle, Madison Park/Montlake, Lynnwood and Redmond. Call (206) 281-1111 for more information! 

 

Enjoy this great article by Rookie Moms 

 

Music Matters: 14 Ways to Expose Your Baby or Toddler to Music