Our Classes

We offer the Music Together® Family Class, for Newborns through five-year-olds with a loving adult. This is the essential Music Together Class, one that a child can attend from birth through age five, through all nine song collections. Music Together Sing Shalom is also a Music Together Family Class, with an augmented curriculum.

Following the recommendations of child development researchers, children of mixed ages are grouped together to foster natural family-style learning. Each child participates at his own level in singing, moving, listening, watching, or exploring musical instruments.

Babies under 9 months attend free with a registered sibling, but must be registered to attend as they are an integral part of the class and require a seat. 

 

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Music Together Mixed Ages

For Newborns through five years old with Adults

This is the essential Music Together class, one that a child can attend from birth through age five through all nine song collections. Following the recommendations of child development researchers, children of mixed ages are grouped to foster natural family-style learning. Each child participates at his own level in singing, moving, listening, watching, or exploring musical instruments. Babies under 9 months attend free with a registered sibling


 

Music Together Sing Shalom

Music Together Sing Shalom offers families a unique blend of the traditional Music Together program enriched by a carefully selected collection of familiar (and not-so-familiar) Jewish songs from throughout the world.

Music Together Sing Shalom classes introduce Jewish themes, holidays, and celebrate community through song. Parents, children, and caregivers are introduced to a diverse, culturally rich Jewish heritage by a specially trained Music Together teacher with a Jewish background. Families will learn lots of ways to interact musically with their child, while supporting their tradition. Best of all, it's fun!

Music Together Sing Shalom is an exclusive offering of Music Together in collaboration with the Jewish Education Project, with funding by the UJA Federation of NY.