Toe Tapping Fun with Music Together on Long Island and Queens

Did you know that Music Together has class locations throughout Queens, Nassau, and Suffolk county? Classes are geared towards children from birth through age 7.

Music Together is internationally recognized and is a one of a kind music program that brings out and celebrates a love of music in children. Classes are highly interactive and bring families together by engaging participants in fun, rhythmic and unique musical activities. The classes also incorpoate various languages, instruments and musical movements.

Last weekend Music Together held two wonderful 25th anniversary concerts sponsored by Lyrical Children, While They’re Little, Not Just Art, and other Music Together centers in Long Island and Queens. Hands were clapping, toes were tapping and shakers were shaking as families gathered together to share music and give back to a community in need. All proceeds benefitted the Long Beach School Districts’ Music and Art Departments to help them rebuild after damage incurred by Hurricane Sandy.


Music Together
LI-Queens offers the following classes:

  • Baby Classes
  • Music Together Preschool
  • Mixed-Age Classes (Birth-5)
  • Music Together Big Kids Classes (5, 6 and 7 years old)
  • Classes for Children with Special Needs
  • Music Together within Therapy
  • Music Together Guitar Class for Grown Ups

Each class is geared specifically for an age level and is based on research-based developmentally appropriate material and experience. The early childhood music curriculum is taught by trained music teachers and strongly encourages and facilitates adult involvement, as the belief is that children learn best from their role models who are actively involved in the music making process.

For more information and to find local chapters, please visit www.musictogetherli-queens.com.

By Danielle Klein

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