Sol La Ti Music will be celebrating it’s 20 anniversary in the fall of 2017. Keep your eyes open for our upcoming events.
Gabriele Tranchina started Music Together® in 1997 in Morningside Heights with 7 families. In 2001, she expanded and founded Sol La Ti Music, Inc. Today she overlooks 4 locations and is working on building a 4th in Central Harlem.
In 2012 Ms. Tranchina was asked to offer a German early childhood music and movement program and developed “Musikalische Mäuse,” and shortly thereafter presented “Music Together® Preschool” to Budding Blossoms Daycare. 2014 saw Sol La Ti Music provide a charter school with an after school music program which later became available to all schools. Macaroni Kids presented Sol La Ti with the prestigious “Golden Daisy Award” for best enrichment program in Morningside Heights and Harlem.
For 20 years, through good times and hard, Sol La Ti Music has continuously provided a safe haven for families to enjoy music with their children. See why Sol La Ti’s classes are so popular by watching Gabriele and her staff teach here.
BPC: Mon 9:30am, Mon 10:30am, Tue 9:15am, Tue 10:15am, Tue 11:15am, Wed 9:30am, Wed 10:30am, Wed 11:30am, Thu 3:30pm CYBC classes have filled up. All other classes for the Spring 17 semester are available in this location. COM: Thu 10:30am and Thu 11:30am have filled up. All other classes for the Spring in this location are available. GCC: All classes in this location are available. MG: All classesLearn more
Come and join us at our upcoming free demo classes. We will start as of Wednesday March 29 with our demo classes.
- A wonderful curriculum has been developed for Preschools which goes much deeper and far beyond the average music class children receive in their Preschools.
- Children of mixed ages participate at their own level by singing, moving, chanting, listening, and exploring musical instruments.
- This is for experienced 3- to 5-year-old children who have had a lot of Music Together® and are ready for something a little different but still need an accompanying adult in class.
“Today after dinner, Ellie was marching around the house saying something that was a little hard to understand, but from what I could make out it was “Bring back money.” Over and over again. Bring back money. For like 20 minutes. I was a little puzzled about where she’d picked up a phrase like that. And then I finally put it together… Bring back
“Just a little note to let you know how much you are loved and appreciated! You have been a wonderful influence in Annike’s life – helping her not only appreciate music, but to be comfortable and even confident around others, to be generous and kind to other children, and to enjoy helping out (yes, she is your assistant on Wednesdays, but she has brought