Thank you for visiting Music and More with Kelly. 


Since 1998, we have offered the acclaimed Music Together® program for children birth to 5 yrs and their caregivers. We are so much more than a mommy & me music class! We are deeply committed to educating families! Our mission is to be a part of the joyful process as your child grows, not only musically, but emotionally, cognitively, and socially. Come play and learn with us! Currently offering classes in Maplewood, South Orange and Millburn. Expanding in Union, Springfield & East Hanover NJ!


Did you know that all children are musical?

Have you ever wondered what you can do to nurture the musical growth of your child, regardless of your own musical ability?

Experience Music Together and find out how important--and how fun--your role can be!

Our Music Together classes build on your child's natural enthusiasm for music and movement. We'll help you provide your child with the basic musical skills needed to enjoy school, social musical activities, and to study an instrument should he or she choose to do so.



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We have classes to get you through the holidays. Email musictogetheradmin@gmail.com to register.

Maplewood- 12/11, 12/12 at 930am, 12/13 at 10am

Millburn- 12/10, 12/17 at 930am, 12/14 at 11:15am

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Take advantage of the new drop-in option. Want to take a few extra clases per week? Or, you are waiting for the next session to start and want to take a few classes? Click here: https://musicandmorewithkelly.com/dropins.aspx

Why Play is so Important

Children Teach Themselves Through Play

Please enjoy this information on Play and why it is so important. One of Music Together's main components is that children learn from play. This is why our classes have a  loosely structured format to allow children to explore and express freely. It is also why the caregiver as role model (play modeler) is so crucial to their learning.
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