WINTER 2020 semester opening for registration in November!
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FALL 2019 classes now in session.


Music Together® offers a range of class types - babies, toddlers, preschoolers and big kids! In our classes, a variety of ages, stages and learning styles are welcome. Take a look at what we offer. There's certain to be a class that's just right for your family!

MIXED AGES CLASSES (birth - age 5)
A Mixed Age family class is the essential Music Together class, one that a child can attend from birth through age five and through all nine song collections. 

MIXED AGES classes are held for 10 weeks every FALL (September - November), WINTER (January - March) and SPRING (April - June). A shorter session runs in SUMMER for 6 weeks from July - August.
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Music Together's guitar class for adults is now offered in Olympia! Here's your chance to learn how to play your child's favorite Music Together songs on the guitar. Amaze your friends and family! Playing guitar in your at-home jam sessions makes family music-making even more fun. Learn

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FALL 2019 classes now in session

Our popular 10-week Mixed Ages classes are held on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays this fall at the award-winning Hands On Children's Museum! Stay and play after class in the museum! 

FALL 2019 Class Schedule

Mixed Ages
September 14 - November 25 
Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays: 9:30am, 10:30am
Thursdays: 10:30am
Saturdays: 9am, 10am

Guitar for Grownups
October 1 - November 19

Tuesdays: 5:15pm

*NEW* Guitar for Grownups class!

Music Together's Guitar for Grownups is an eight-week group class for adults to learn guitar in a fun and easy way. This class is a special opportunity for grownups (parents, caregivers, or even teenage siblings) with children who have enrolled in our Mixed Ages classes. It's for beginners and those who already know a little guitar. Learn more!

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