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?

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, Wilsonville, and Oregon City 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 the Fiddle Song Collection this Fall!

You’ll learn twenty-five beloved Music Together songs and activities you can recreate at home. During the chant “Sounds of Fall” your child will be mesmerized as the class expresses the sound and movement of leaves falling and birds chirping and flying. In “Old King Cole” you will don the persona of the King, Queen, Prince, Princess, and Baby as you sing, drum, and fiddle together. In addition to imaginative and engaging weekly classes, your tuition includes materials for you to use at home, online access to the curriculum and support materials on the Family Music Zone, and a family newsletter full of resources and music-making ideas.

What's New


There are many new classes for families with children ages 0-5. Come play with us in Canby, Wilsonville, or the new location in Oregon City. See the Calendar for complete schedule.

Fall term is 10 weeks. Registration for opens August 15. 


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


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

Article in Scientific American:

Hearing the Music, Honing the Mind