We're continuing Music Together Online this fall! Join us for weekly musical fun in the "Zoom Room," and for additional live and pre-recorded content to keep you singing and dancing all week long. A virtual community of family music-makers awaits!

Music Together® Online

This fall, music class is coming to you, right in your own home!

Introducing... Music Together Online, Portland Style!

Enrolled families, please click here to access your Music Together Online supplemental videos!


The Music Together program was first offered in Portland more than 20 years ago when our directors recognized their mutual passion for helping families discover the joy of making music as a family and with other members of their community. Since then, Music Together of Portland has placed the utmost value on in-person, community-oriented music classes. We believe that is the best way to experience music...TOGETHER! 

However, during this unprecedented time in which our beloved, in-person classes are not an option, we are excited to bring The Joy of Family Music® right into your living room with Music Together Online!


See our schedule for weekly class offerings.


What is included in Music Together Online?

  • One small-group, interactive class via Zoom, every week with your teacher. Instead of going to your class once a week, your class will come to you--via computer, tablet, or phone! Weekly classes will last approximately 40 minutes. Zoom is an online video platform, and we have been getting rave reviews from those who have participated in the Zoom classes we have held so far.
  • Supplemental videos from the Music Together of Portland teaching crew. Videos including covers of your favorite songs, musical crafts, lullabies, parent education, and more will be available on our private Facebook page and the Enrolled Families section of our website.
  • Access to family resources from Music Together Worldwide, including coloring pages and musical games.
  • Music collection (songbook, CD, download code) specific to your class. We plan to have pick up stations for those in town and will mail materials to those joining us from out of town.


We know screen time isn't generally recommended for this age group, but here's the difference: YOU! When children stare at a screen and passively receive information, they don't take it in the same way, nor do they learn in the same way as when they have the active participation of a parent or caregiver. So, just like in our classrooms, you are still your child's most important music teacher. Your child will interact with their teacher and their classmates, but it is truly the interaction with you that will continue to support their musical development all week long. We'll give you lots of ideas for fun ways to play with these songs at home while we're all looking for activities to fill our days!