Music Together, various locations

Music Together is a music and movement program for babies, toddlers, young children, and the grown-ups who love them. Born in Princeton in 1987, Music Together consists in 45′-long classes filled with singing, playing, dancing, and having fun actively making music while being encouraged by the teacher and inspired by a special international repertoire of songs, sounds and music collected in a songbook+CD. It landed in Barcelona 6 years ago and now is available in several venues around the city (Eixample, Gracia, Vila Olympica, Baix Guinardó, Sant Gervasi, Poblenou and Poble Sec) plus Sant Cugat, L’Hospitalet, and Sant Adrià. At the beginning of each 3-months semester Music Together will have some FREE demo sessions. To attend a tryout session you need to book with the following information: your name, baby/kid name and birthday, district you live in or ZIPcode, contact phone and mention MumAbroad.
Recommended by: Maud van der Berg

Contact Details:

+34 661 663 922 / info@musictogetherbarcelona.es / www.musictogetherbarcelona.es



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5 Comments
  • MumAbroad
    Posted at 12:06h, 28 March Reply

    We go to Music Together classes every week. I have two sons. The oldest is 3 years old and the youngest 14 months old. We started taking classes when my oldest son was only 6 months old. Both my sons love the classes and are very happy with our teacher. They ask to play the cd in the car and they do songs and dances at home. For my oldest son it is very important to feel safe and free. The method and the teacher makes him feel very comfortable. The adults participate and are the examples. The children are free to follow, or not. It works! We are very happy every week! (Maud van der Berg)

  • MumAbroad
    Posted at 13:25h, 28 March Reply

    It is hard to describe how important Music Together with [teacher] Piero has been in our lives with our little one in Barcelona. We started long before she could walk when she would just sit in our laps and watch. From the very beginning, she was captivated by Piero’s wonderful way of leading the group. She really connected to the music and associated happy things with it so it became part of our lives even outside of the class. At the sound of the Welcome Song, she would always break out in a smile, regardless of what else was going on. We sing it together all of the time. And it is a way for her to connect with relatives and friends who she only sees on video chat — they sing together too. Our little one now is singing along and participating in the class – and we do it together at home as well. She absolutely loves it. She likes to pretend to be playing a guitar, and she says “Piero!” when she does it. Participating in Music Together has given her a tool to express herself from before she could talk and for us to engage together as a family. It has helped her learn to pay attention and follow instructions, the most gentle and fun way. And it has given her a foundation for continued music learning. (Sandra Nichols)

  • MumAbroad
    Posted at 20:30h, 03 April Reply

    These classes are a great way to have fun as a family while socializing and enjoying all the benefits of music & movements for the developing baby brain (and there are many!). We love Music Together! (Gulnar Hajiyeva)

  • MumAbroad
    Posted at 20:30h, 03 April Reply

    We are just delighted with the Music Together course. We – and such as our 12 months old daughter – have been enjoying the course which brings families to all type of rhythms and musics together, in a very subtle and playful way.. and it also brings family together by introducing a fix-jour for parents and kids. Very recommended… we will continue no doubt. (Henrik Sprengel)

  • MumAbroad
    Posted at 20:31h, 03 April Reply

    Music Together is an oasis in the weekly routine. We can sing, dance and play music with no efforts or boundaries. Our son has been humming and singing constantly since his very first session two years ago. Every day after his bath he adores listening to “Hello Song” or [as he calls it] “Piero” after his Music Together teacher. When his friends come along to visit us, he encourages them to play music sharing his instruments and teaching them the songs! (Odila Scala)

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