Music Together demonstration class

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Music Together Family and Friends, LLC, with locations in Whitehouse Station, Bridgewater, Bedminster and Flemington, invites you to attend a free demonstration class. Music Together provides music  and movement classes for infants, toddlers, preschoolers and their parents and/or caregivers. The 10 week Fall semester starts the week of September 24th and classes are held once a week for 45 minutes.

According to Center Director Jenny Goings, Music Together classes involve children and parents in singing, chanting rhythmic rhymes, creative movement experiences and instrument playing activities that are developmentally appropriate and fun for young children and grownups. Families continue the activities at home with the support of CDs and a songbook each family receives each semester.  The Fall 2012 song collection, called the "Fiddle Collection" contains multicultural folk music as well as original and traditional songs and chants in a wide variety of meters, tonalities and cultural styles for a rich music experience.

Music Together® is a internationally recognized early childhood music program that began in Princeton, NJ in 1987. Through its research-based curriculum, Music Together helps families rediscover the pleasure and educational value of participatory musical experiences. Through centers in thousands of locations worldwide, Music Together children brings the joys of music making into family life.

Music Together classes are held at the Rockaway Reformed Church in Whitehouse Station, the Shimon and Sara Birnbaum Jewish Community Center in Bridgewater, Grace Fellowship Church in Bedminster and Paradise Golf in Flemington.  Siblings of different ages can attend the "mixed age" class together.The Fall schedule and registration information is available on www.musictogetherfamily.com.


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