Registration for our summer semester is now open! Classes begin June 22 and run for 6 weeks.
Click on the "Our Classes" tab to see the class schedule, register for a class, or sign up for a trial class.
If your interested in a gift certificate please contact the office. This makes a wonderful gift!
If you have any questions, please e mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the office at 908.822.9400
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Music Together of Union County is proud to bring the internationally recognized Music Together program to families in Westfield, Scotch Plains, Cranford and Madison. During our weekly classes, babies, toddlers, preschoolers—and their grownups!—joyfully sing, dance, clap, hop, wiggle, play instruments, and create lasting memories. So much more than just "mommy and me," Music Together brings the entire family together to make music—in and out of the classroom. Parents, brothers, sisters, nannies, and grandparents all join in the fun. In fact, Music Together is so much fun, it's easy for parents to forget that making music supports their children's development, too. Discover the joy of family music for yourself at a class this spring!
Visit our Classes page to enroll today. Or give us a call at (908) 822-9400 to schedule your class visit.
Photo credit: Abigail Thomas Photography
Posted on 2014-10-06
This fall, we introduced some changes to our take-home materials. Each semester you enroll in a Music Together class, you will receive a color, illustrated songbook, one CD, and a code giving you access to Music Together's brand-new Family Music Zone. There, you'll be able to download the songs from the Bongos collection and explore fun content created just for you. To access the Family Music
Posted on 2014-10-06
Music Together Concerned with Survey Results Indicating 72% of Parents with a Child under Age 18 Believe You Are Born either with or without the Ability to Carry a Tune Leading early childhood music education expert aims to educate parents that everyone is born with the potential to learn to sing in tune Results of a new survey commissioned by Music Together LLC and conducted online by