Welcome!


Winter registration is open!

Our 10 week winter session will begin on January 8th.  Tuition is $175 for the first child and $90 for a sibling. Attending siblings 8 months and under attend free with a paid sibling.  There is a one time $15 registration fee for new families.  

Our Roseville classes will begin on January 26th and run for 10 weeks.

Not sure if Music Together is a fit for your family?  We invite you to attend a free preview class to try it out. Contact us to arrange a time, jessica@ensemblemusic.net

Ensemble Music, offering Music Together classes and Suzuki Piano lessons, provides a complete music experience for children and parents alike.  Grounded in the belief that music making is as much a birthright as learning one's native language, Ensemble Music offers families an opportunity to immerse themselves in a musically rich and nurturing environment. 

We invite you to visit a free class or observe a private lesson to learn more about the programs we offer.  We're also happy to speak with you about our approach to music making. 

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Ensemble Music

NEWS & HIGHLIGHTS

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Posted on 2016-11-23

Happy Thanksgiving! We wish you all a wonderful Thanksgiving, being celebrated in the United States this Thursday, November 24. Add a musical touch to your celebration. Try singing these words to the tune of “Shake Those ‘Simmons Down'” from the Music Together Flute Song Collection. Sing about what your child is grateful for this Thanksgiving!  Here's a quick example: Celebrate Thanksgiving

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4th Year Donating to TODAY Show Gift Drive

Posted on 2015-12-07

For the fourth year in a row, Music Together is proud to support the TODAY Show’s 22nd Annual Holiday Gift drive. Our CEO, Susan Darrow, appeared on the TODAY Show on Saturday, December 5, to announce our donation of songbooks, CDs, and Singalong Storybooks. Check it out!  Since 1994, the TODAY Show gift drive has distributed more than $395 million in toys, books, clothing, and other

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