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Baby music together class
Baby music together class

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Make music with your baby
Make music with your baby

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MAKE MUSIC with your child during a free music class!  Simply choose a day and time that works for your schedule at one of our locations in 4 neighborhoods on Chicago's Northside where we have room to move at a distance. Read our safety plan.

MUSIC TOGETHER Mixed Age class is our most popular class that is perfect for any baby, toddler, or preschooler to attend with their favorite grown-up. There are also classes in Spanish! No payment information required.

 

SIGN-UP for the class that fits your schedule or learn more below.

 

Music Together®

Our essential Mixed Age class is one that a child attends from birth through age 5 and is currently being offered outdoors and in the classroom.

Music Together is designed to teach the way young children learn: through play. During each music class, the teacher leads musical activities for the whole family to sing, play, move to the beat. The class includes a range of musical experiences, from playful free-movement to instrumental jam sessions, where each child participates at their own level: singing, moving, listening, watching, or exploring instruments. 

 

When enrolling for a session, families explore a collection of songs that draw from folk tunes mixed with sounds from around the globe and chants in unusual tonalities and meters. Each family receives a songbook, CD and download code for the mobile app to bring the music home and make it a part of everyday life and routines.

Also available in Spanish--learn more about Music Together con Español

 
Violin group class masks

Meet the Beat | Piano| Violin | Ukuele

Building on what kids have learned in Music Together classes, 3 to 7-year-olds explore rhythm and pitch through playful activities that relate an instrument. The goal is to enjoy creating solid musical foundations that could transition into private instruction in an instrument. These are drop-off classes.

Learn more about the specific instrument classes.