What makes Music Together® different? Research. Music Together was first offered to the public in 1987 and pioneered the concept of a research-based, developmentally appropriate early childhood music curriculum. Today classes are offered all over the world including a lab school in Princeton, New Jersey. Ongoing research at the lab school, as well as the research of others, continually informs Music Together’s work on program content and development, varied applications of the program, and teacher training. Everything we do in class has an educational purpose. Just ask one of our highly trained teachers.
Do you offer birthday parties? Yes! We can host your child's birthday party at our main studio, or one of our teachers can come to you. See our Birthday Parties page for more info.
What kinds of programs do you offer? We have several different offerings for children of varying ages, from birth through eight years: Babies (under 8 months); Mixed Ages (birth - 5yrs); Rhythm Kids (4 - 8 yrs)
What is the tuition? Tuition varies for different programs and semesters (due to length). View our Registration page.
What is the refund policy? For new families, there is a one time $10 fee that is non-refundable. We can send you a tuition refund if necessary as long as classes have not begun yet. No tuition refunds are given after classes begin, although credit toward future classes may be issued in exceptional circumstances.
What is the make-up policy? Three make-ups are allowed for each child and must be taken during the current semester. Extra make-ups may be granted in exceptional circumstances. Make-ups cannot be carried forward to future semesters.
How do I schedule a make-up? Current families can schedule make-ups right here on our website. Choose ‘Enrolled Families’ from the menu and choose "Schedule a makeup" from the drop down menu. You can schedule makeups by day, location, teacher, etc. Once you've scheduled your makeup you will receive a confirmation email.
How long are the classes? All in-person classes are 45 minutes long and meet once a week. Online Zoom classes are 30 minutes, and we offer additional content to supplement on Facebook and the website's Family Portal.
How long are the semesters? We offer 10-week fall, winter, and spring semesters, and a 7 week summer session.
Can I switch classes mid-semester? Consistency is important for your child’s learning, so we ask that you try to settle into your class in the first few weeks of the semester as the integral musical community is beginning to form between families and your teacher. However, we understand that especially with young children, schedules change and nap times shift, etc. Therefore, we will do our best to accommodate your schedule and find a class that works for you and your child subject to availability. Contact us via phone or email to discuss your situation.
What happens after we complete a semester? A different song collection is used each semester –there are nine different song collections- so when you re-register, you can look forward to expanding your repertoire with a variety of new songs and chants. The curriculum is designed so that families can continue classes for three years before revisiting a song collection. In three years, you and your child will learn over 375 songs! If you do continue in the program beyond three years (and we hope you will), your child will experience his or her first song collections in a brand new way.
I lost my CD or songbook. Can I order another one? Currently enrolled families in a Music Together class or preschool program may order replacement or extra copies of song collection CDs or songbooks by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (800) 728-2692 x300
Can I buy a gift certificate? Yes! You can buy one here on the website by clicking the "gift certificate/scholarship" link, or call our office for help!