Music Together

Music Together

At Music Together, we value music development for its own sake, because being able to sing in tune and keep a beat is the birthright of every child! But we also know that music development benefits the whole child, supporting their development in key early learning domains. That’s why we say Music Learning Supports All Learning®

By giving children what they need to grow musically in a playful, developmentally appropriate, and musically rich way, our comprehensive music curriculum and proven program model raise the overall quality of a child’s education and supports all kinds of learners, including children with special needs. And because we bring our research-based model to the entire school community—children, teachers, and families alike—we also support family engagement, parent-child relationships, and teachers’ professional development.

  • Helps children develop music competence, which opens the door to a lifetime of music participation
  • Supports children’s development in key early learning domains
  • Gives teachers tools to enhance classroom life and reach curricular goals
  • Aligns with many early learning standards, curricula, and philosophies
  • Supports family engagement and parent-child relationships


Every week on Wednesday

Green Class  10: 20 – 10:50

Red  Class  10: 50 – 11:20

Blue Class  11:20 – 11: 50


  • This class is offered four times a month with additional tuition of $20 a month.
  • Guardians must make a separate check to ‘Jin Youn Lee’.

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Meet our teacher! Mrs. Lee

Hello and welcome to music together. I have been with Yuong Sang Academy since 2005 and working with music for over 15 years together! I have gained my bachelor and Master degree in a concentration of Music learning.  I also have received my Montessori certification.  With my strong background in music and love for kids, I enjoy helping our young ones grow into having the joy for music.

My hope is that through ‘Music Together’ the kids will have the ability to “speak” the language of music. The pleasure of singing, dancing, moving, and playing instruments with others engages children, and can lead them to full participation in school, and family music-making at home. In addition, Music Together activities support children’s development in the following domains:

  • Music Learning and Development
  • Language Development and Emergent Literacy
  • Social and Emotional Development
  • Cognition and General Knowledge
  • Physical and Motor Development
  • Approaches to Learning