Music Together Online

Your favorite music class from the comfort of your home!

Azabu Music Together Online is a package of online music experiences and resources that, together, create a comprehensive music learning program for your child (and you!). When you join us for Music Together Online (Mixed-ages and Babies), you’ll receive:

  • One 35-minute Zoom class with the teacher of your choice, including interaction time before/after class
  • One Facebook Live mini-class per week (15-minutes each), 10 total
  • One pre-recorded video each week with education content, musical craft ideas, etc, 10 total
  • Downloadable family resources (coloring pages, musical games, etc)
  • BONGOS Song Collection materials (songbook, CD, download code) mailed directly to your door.
  • Many opportunities for makeups
  • Option to include grandparents in your Zoom class experience every week!
  • All AMTO classes will be English-language only from Fall 2020

High-touch online music for everybody

We are committed to high-touch, interactive, educationally appropriate music immersion and will continue to provide quality music experiences for you and your family, whether in-person, or online. At Music Together, we help children develop a solid foundation for life-long music-making! And what we’re learning is that this is true whether we’re singing and dancing in person or on Zoom and Facebook Live.

Mixed Age Classes

This is the essential Music Together® class, one that a child can attend from birth through age five – and through all nine song collections. The class provides a variety of adult-child activities that are fun and offer new ways to play musically at home.

About Mixed Age Classes

Babies Only Classes

The one-semester Music Together® Babies Class was created especially for families with infants. In our Babies Only classes, we’ve created a warm, welcoming environment that supports your baby’s natural musicality—and their overall development.

About Babies Classes

Have concerns about screentime?

Here’s what we know. When children stare at a screen and passively receive information, they don’t take it in the same way as face-to-face interactions. That’s not what we want, nor what we intend for your child’s experience and development. Screentime can be effective and beneficial to your child’s learning when you’re right there with them, actively participating, engaging, and learning, too. We know why – because YOU are the most important ingredient in your child’s music development! When you immerse in the experience with your child, interacting with your teacher online, and each other in your home, using computers, screens, and devices can be a wonderful tool for learning. For more on this topic, check out this article.

Article: “AAP Says Interactive Screen Time for Kids Can Be Healthy”

Join our music lovers!