Music Together has come to Shoreline Music School. Now Shoreline, Lake Forest Park, Mountlake Terrace, and North Seattle children ages 0-6 and their parents can participate in the wonderful and researched based Music Together development program that is taking the country by storm.
It is a wonderful Mommy and me or Daddy and me activity that advances your child's cognitive and social development at the ages they are most receptive to it.
Registration will open in a few days. Join our mailing list to be notified.
Music Together Schedule & Dates
(Shoreline location only)
Mixed Age class, 0-5 years old with parent or caregiver.
Fall Session: September 23 – December 13, 2019
(10 weeks of class)
Registration Opening In A Few Days
Group music lessons run for 10 weeks.
Give your child the opportunity to learn music in a fun, energetic setting in our new group music class starting January 18. Songs with contrasting tones, moods, meters, and tonalities will be featured in every class. Be prepared to be interactive! Singing, dancing, jumping and improvisation will be involved each week. Lots of movement will be included to help the kids feel the beat and learn spacial awareness during their formative years.
We will play simple instruments, learn song construction, and introduce ear training, all while including lots of laughter and experiencing the pure joy of music. This ten week program will wrap up March 22 with an informal parent presentation.
Cost is $220 plus $40 annual registration fee.
Day of Lesson
Bridget Corrigan is a violin instructor with considerable experience teaching group lessons for students of all ages in the Seattle area. She specializes in the Suzuki method, fiddling, ear training, preschool music, and arranging any song her student wants to learn.
Her previous work history includes being the primary violin instructor at the Louisiana Academy of Performing arts, music mentoring at the Community Day Charter School in Lawrence, Massachusetts, leading sectionals in the Northshore Youth Symphony Orchestra, and teaching privately throughout the greater New England and New Orleans area.
She has had over fifteen years of professional performance experience, including weddings, performances with a string quartet, and playing with numerous orchestras including the New England Conservatory, Greater Boston Youth Symphony Orchestra, Northshore Youth Symphony Orchestra, and Ithaca College Symphony Orchestra.
Music is an essential part of a well-rounded education and crucial for brain development for young and old.
Studies consistently show that children who learn to play an instrument develop stronger math and language skills than those who don't.
Children who enjoy playing an instrument are also happier, more confident and more creative throughout their life.
Music education is a gift that your children will cherish forever.
Source: Psychological Science Journal, Vol. 14, No. 6, December 2005)/NAMM Foundation.