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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.
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
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
Sol La Ti Music was awarded at the annual MT center directors conference (MTAC) with a gift for surpassing 10,000 enrollments. Hooray!!!! From left: “Uncle Jerry”, Gabriele Tranchina (CEO of Sol La Ti Music) and Ken Guilmartin (founder of Music Together Worldwide)
We are so very pleased to hear that one of our students is in the second round of being accepted to a special music school. We’ve had several of our “grads” who made it into Lucy Moses and hope DiAnna will too. Hi Gabriele, I am so very proud to say that DiAnna has advanced to the second round of the assessment at the
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
Parent ed moment: Spinning and balancing Help your child with the development of the vestibular system Did you ever wonder why young children can spin and spin and never get dizzy? It is because they have not yet developed the vestibular system (the body’s balance mechanism in the inner ear) which is responsible for our sense of balance. It is genereally completed by the
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.
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