Our Classes




Forty-five minute classes include songs, rhythmic rhymes, movement, and instrument play. These activities are presented as informal, non-performance-oriented musical experiences--developmentally appropriate for children and easy for parents and caregivers--regardless of their own musical ability.  CD, songbook, digital download code and parent/child DVD & guide are included! Below is our schedule of upcoming classes.



Fall Semester Dates: September 23rd - December 16th *Saturday Leslieville Classes Begin September 30th

No Classes October 7th, 8th or 9th

Winter Semester Dates: January 6th - March 26th 

No Classes Feb 17th - 19th OR March 12th - 18th


For classes in Leaside, North Toronto, Cedarvale, Don Mills, Forest Hill, Annex, Yonge-Eglinton and Summerhill please call 416-833-1231 or visit Making Music Together®

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Mixed age

MIXED AGE Music Together® is an internationally recognized early childhood music program for infants, toddlers, preschoolers, kindergarteners, and the adults who love them. First offered to the public in 1987, it pioneered the concept of a research-based, developmentally appropriate early childhood music curriculum that strongly emphasizes and facilitates adult involvement.

Yogamamas Under 12 Months

BABIES CLASS Every child reaps developmental benefits from early exposure to music and movement! Because the early months are so important, Music Together offers TWO OPTIONS for Babies. Babies under 10 months at the time of registration may attend a Mixed Age Class, whether on their own or attending FREE with an older sibling or twin. Babies up to 12 months may also take the special "Babies Class" offered as a one-semester introduction to the program.

Rhythm Kids II

RHYTHM KIDS II® is an exciting music, movement, and drumming class supporting the Music Together® philosophy that all children can complete the pathway of early childhood music development from birth through age 8. Children will sing, dance, move, drum, and play to songs and beats from around the world while they integrate and assimilate rhythm in new ways.