Category Archives: News

What classes have filled up?

BPC: All classes are available at this location. COM:   All classes are available at this location.    HSA: All classes  are available at this location. LH: All classes are available at this location.       MG:  All classes are available at this location.    If a class or your preference has filled up, please let us know if you want to be on the

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New Location in Central Harlem in Fall

We are excited to be offering classes at La Hermosa on 5 West 110 St, NY NY 10026 (corner 5th Ave) starting in Fall. We know so many families live close to this location. Keep your eyes and ears open for our upcoming opening event.


New songbook Design

Starting in Fall Music Together will have newly designed songbooks. We are very excited and hope you and your child/ren will love the new design. 


Broadway star enjoys Sol La Ti’s Music Together with her daughter

Enjoy this delightful article in the New York Times about Laura Benanti juggling her life as a performer and mom and loving the Music Together class with Mia in Harlem   LauraBenanti/NYTimes


20 years – Sol La Ti in the News

This is a wonderful interview with director Gabriele Tranchina who started Music Together in the Fall of 1997. 20 years of ups and downs, getting through 9/11 and her personal story and much more. The interview can be viewed at Winnie.com. Click here: https://medium.com/winnie/winnie-spotlight-gabriele-tranchina-9651e94b3698


Gabriele passed highest Level in MT

Dear Families We wanted to share with you that Gabriele received notice from Music Together that she passed the highest level of training, Level II…yeah!!! Here is the email from Music Together: Hi Gabriele, I’m writing to inform you that you have been awarded Music Together Certification Level II status and have demonstrated outstanding achievement in teaching, musicianship, program philosophy, and parent education. Congratulations

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Parent Education: “Rain Song” – Alliteration

Rain Song Did you know? Rhymes made up of words that begin with the same letter and have the same repeating initial sound—“tongue-twisters” like “Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers”—are not only fun for children to say but are also great for language development. When two or more words have the same beginning letter with the same sound, this is called alliteration.

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Parent Education: “Nothing Blues” – Exposure to various styles

Nothin’ Blues Did you know? True to its name, “Nothin’ Blues” is in one of the forms of the musical style known as “the blues.” As an adult, you have probably heard many different styles of music: rock, rap, country, jazz, blues, classical. It’s important for young children to hear and play with a variety of musical styles, too. Children can develop an excellent

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Parent Education: “2 little Blackbirds”- fine motor skills

Two Little Blackbirds Did you know? When children hold a block, push a button, color with a crayon, and eventually write, they are using their fine motor skills. Many Music Together songs, including “Two Little Blackbirds,” give children the opportunity for “fingerplay”—they make small movements with their fingers and hands as they play. These activities build important fine motor skills by exercising the small

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Parent Education: “Can you do what I do”- memory, listening skills

Can You Do What I Do? Did you know? Children love to imitate what they see and hear adults or other children do. Imitation is important to young children’s learning and development and it’s even more enjoyable during a music and movement activity. Imitation helps develop a child’s listening skills, attention, and memory. During the rhythmic chant “Can You Do What I Do?”, children

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