Join us for our Spring Session--Online Format
We have put together a Music Together® program to meet the needs of our families who are staying home right now. The program is appropriate for toddlers through early grade school. The 10 week session will bring 5 mini-music classes into your home each week, in addition to building on the musical experience with at home activities, art/craft projects, and more. We have even developed some special videos for parents who have always wanted a deeper understanding of early childhood musical development, music theory, and/or an intro to guitar and ukelele. Continue your music-making at home and stay connected with your beloved teachers!!
Registration is on a rolling basis--register now!!
At West County Music Together—
Families come together to sing, dance, chant, and play musical instruments. Did you know that all children are musical? Have you ever wondered what you can do to nurture the musical growth of your child, regardless of your own musical ability?
The program, which meets for ten 45 minute sessions, is designed for children ages birth through kindergarten and the grownups who love them. Our Music Together classes build on your child's natural enthusiasm for music and movement and is based on the premise that all children have the innate ability to learn music as a language.
Music Together classes bring parents together to sing and move with their children to a rich, balanced vocabulary of music with tonalities and rhythms from around the world. It is through the special relationship that you have with your child that a love of music and music making is learned. COME AND DISCOVER THE JOY OF MAKING MUSIC TOGETHER WITH YOUR CHILD!!!
We are now taking registration for our 10 week spring session.
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"Music brings us together in song and dance, in ritual and play. It inspires and consoles us. It is a way to pass down traditions from generation to generation... But not only is music one of the fundamental ways we bond with each other, it literally shapes our brains. Musical activity involves many parts of the brain (emotional, motor, and cognitive areas), even more than we use for our other great human achievement, language... Music is much more than a beautiful luxury: It is a fundamental way of expressing our humanity - and it is often our best medicine." -
Oliver Sacks, MD.