Welcome to Willamette Valley Music Together!

Did you know that all children are musical?

Have you ever wondered what you can do to nurture the musical growth of your child, regardless of your own musical ability?

Are you looking for a way to have some FUN with your kids? 

Experience Music Together® and find out how important--and how fun--your role can be!

Music Together classes build on your child's natural enthusiasm for music and movement.  We'll help you provide your child with the basic musical skills needed to enjoy school and social musical activities, and to study an instrument should he or she choose to do so. 

Children in our neighborhoods of Hubbard, Woodburn, Aurora, Canby, and Wilsonville enjoy making music as a family - in the classroom and at home!  Specifically researched and developed for children age birth through five and the grownups who love them, Music Together activities include singing, dancing, rhythm and tonal play; ending with an instrumental jam session and lullaby every week. 

Join us for Summer Songs!

You and your child will ride on the "Old Brass Wagon" and "Merry Go-Round", create stick rhythms to our family favorite "Stick Tune", and join along in part-singing with jammin' kitchen instruments in "Playin' in the Kitchen" - just to name a few of the many wiggly and well-loved songs in this collection. In addition to your weekly 45-minute classes, your tuition includes materials for you to use at home, a wide variety of music making ideas, and additional online resources for becoming a musical family. The semester is 6 weeks long, starting the week of July 6. Continue your musical journey with your child, or get started this summer. Discover The Joy of Family Music®!  

What's New


Registration starts June 15!

New to Music Together?

Visit one of our fun, research-based Family Classes in Canby, Hubbard of Wilsonville. Spaces are limited; request a visit during our current term. 


Sing, dance and jam with us in Canby! See all classes and locations..

Check out the new blog!

"Toddler and Tambourines" will feature news, parent education, and other information about becoming a musical family. 


Hey, new parents. Those off-kilter noises your new child is making? That’s probably music in progress. Read more 

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