Tuition & Fees


Fall Semester - 10 Weeks - Sept 1 to Nov 16

  • $200 - attend music class once a week 
  • $250 - attend music class up to twice a week 
  • $300 - attend music class up to 3 times a week
  • $375 - unlimited / all inclusive access to art, music, homeschool support, private age based group meetups, parent happy hours etc. 


  • $15  New family registration fee - no waivers as we are acclimating families to all new technology usage and support

Price Increases

Tuition pricing is subject to change at any time. Increases occur on an as-needed basis. Prices may also need to vary by location based on evolving circumstances surrounding Covid-19. 

Discount Programs are currently on HOLD  except for front line and essential workers only (must provide proof of employment) 

Referral Program is currently on HOLD  we have instead adopted a 'bring a friend to class' free demoing system for friends and family 

Pro-rating is not available due to flexibility of our program, we recommend utilizing unlimited make ups and increase your engagement in order to extract the maximum value

Music Together®'s impact on children and families is ideal when families incorporate music into everyday life. A little bit of music each day is recommended.  Listening to the recording, playing a video, attending class, singing in the tub, putting music on for a dance party etc. Something musical everyday. You become the SME - Subject Matter Expert when you do Something Music Everyday. 

Regular attendance gives your child the most robust support to grow as a musical person and research continues to show that a routine and repitition are key factors. 

Building relationships with music and with people takes time so we stress using all the time you have paid for! 

The next best thing to joining at the beginning of the session is:

-joining as soon as you can

-attending class as much as possible once you are enrolled - taking full advantage of all of the resources provided with our program

-continuing with us through early childhood to ensure that neural pathways are well forged for music making and all the things we learn through music making (Music Learning Supports All Learning®). 

Early childhood is the time when the brain is most primed for music learning - the sooner the better for those developing brains! 

Got it - I'm ready to REGISTER!

Still have questions - give us a call! 512-632-6695 (also text friendly).