Music Together® Guitar Class for Grown-ups


Become a Guitar Hero to your child!

Do you have a guitar at home that you haven't picked up in a while? Or have you always wanted to learn to play? Did you ever dream of becoming a rock star? When you learn how to play your family's favorite Music Together songs, you'll be a rock star in the eyes of your child - and provide a wonderful music-making made 

In the Music Together Guitar Class for Grownups, you’ll learn how to play songs in the current Music Together song collection. Even if you’ve never picked up a guitar before, you’ll leave the first class able to play one song and ready to lead your family in musical jam sessions. A new way to bond musically with your son or daughter is the perfect reason to pick up that dusty instrument or to begin to learn a new one.for him or her, too!

Classes are open to parents and caregivers currently enrolled in Music Together classes, as well as preschool classroom teachers participating in the Music Together Preschool Program. The Guitar Class is appropriate for beginners and those who already know a little guitar. Small classes allow for relaxed, individualized learning. 

About the Guitar Class

During class, students learn basic strums and chords for more than a dozen songs from the current Music Together song collection. Participants receive a Guitar Workbook each semester to complement the song collection’s family songbook and recording. 

During the 9-week, 75-minute class, you’ll meet and connect with other parents, grandparents, and preschool teachers as you learn Music Together songs together in a warm, supportive environment . If you take the class for several semesters, you can develop fluency, learn full chords, and use advanced strums. Most importantly, you’ll have fun while developing a new skill! 

What To Bring To Class

Students should bring a guitar and capo to the first class (and an electronic guitar tuner if they have one). If you have questions about what to get, please contact Judy via e-mail

No classes are currently scheduled.