Music Together Sing Shalom is a pilot program being developed in collaboration between The Jewish Education Project and local Music Together centers in NYC and Long Island. The weekly parent-child music classes are uniquely designed for Jewish families with young children using the internationally recognized Music Together early childhood music education program, enriched with songs from throughout the Jewish world. Each week, a community of families comes together to sing, dance, and play along in a class led by a trained Music Together teacher. The music includes multicultural traditional and original Music Together songs, supplemented with Jewish repertoire. You’ll learn lots of ways to interact musically with your child, supporting their development, strengthening family relationships, and helping them connect with the Jewish music tradition. And best of all, it’s fun for everyone! For families with children 0-5; siblings may attend together and baby siblings under 9 mos. attend free. Tuition includes:
- 10 weekly imaginative and engaging 45-minute classes
- Recordings and songbook to use at home
- Digital and printed resources
$100 vouchers are available to families participating in this pilot program. For more information, please contact the director.
Register for a class at Congregation Rodeph Sholom (UWS) or Congregation Or Zarua (UES)
Music Together Sing Shalom is an exclusive offering of Music Together in collaboration with The Jewish Education Project. Funding for this pilot initiative is provided by UJA-Federation of New York.