Parents, Grandparents and Caregivers YOU are the primary teacher!


We will help give YOU some guidelines though. All of our teachers are passionate about music and the development of children and are trained to work with infants, toddlers and preschoolers.  We create a fun, informal, social setting that spurs engagement and supports each child's musical development. We are all Registered Music Together® teachers, trained by the Center for Music and Young Children in Princeton, NJ.

The local Music Together Dallas, can be found at www.musictogetherdallas.com.

Gila Selis, the owner of this franchise, is pure gold. Her passion for teaching inspires everyone she comes in contact with. Parents, children, and teachers alike.

Currently I have been certified as a Music Together teacher, and I am mentoring with Gila.

Be certain the listen to what Gila says about the importance of early childhood exposure to rhythm, movement and music.

Here is why you should choose Music Together for your child.

People, young and not-so-young, learn in several different ways. Some learn by listening, some by reading, others by doing or watching. Most people learn by a combination of these means.

For those inclined to reading, here are some links to existing research :

When learning music, listening is a very key part of the learning process.  No hearing person is tone deaf. There are people who have not yet learned how to listen, but everyone can learn this.  The more you listen, and the more you listen with attentive guidance, the more easily it will become to learn, and the more you will learn.  And the cycle continues.  As adults, it is our responsibility to show young people how to speak by mimicing us. How to say “da-da”, “ma-ma’, etc. They learn this in whatever language they are hearing you speak. If your child grows up in a multi-lingual home, they learn more than one language with no difficulty. (For more information, see this article about First Language.)