San Francisco Music Together offers 3 locations: Inner Sunset, Outer Sunset and The Haight.

Babies page

We are happy to offer music classes that include babies and infants. Music Together® classes are designed for newborns on up and all of our classes are developmentally appropriate for newborns.

Research indicates that from birth to eight months is one of the most advantageous times to have your baby begin to be exposed to music. The earlier you can offer music classes to your child, the more powerful it is for your babies future musical development. 

What classes do you offer for babies? We offer both infant classes ( 0 - 12 months) and mixed ages (0 - 5) classes.

Which baby music classes are more beneficial for my infant: Mixed ages or baby classes? We believe they are equally as powerful for your infant. We suggest you choose a class based on the best schedule for you and your baby! You are allowed 2 semesters in a babies class - then it is time to go to a mixed ages class.

Infant classes: Infants receive wonderful benefits from early exposure to music and movement. The music activities and materials in this class are specially designed for parents who want to learn as much as possible about music development in infants. Meet other parents of newborns and learn specific music activities you can recreate at home with your baby. The classes are slower and more gentle than a mixed ages class.

Class Schedule Start Date Duration End Date Teacher Notes Register

1350 Waller - Haight/Ashbury
1350 Waller
@ Masonic
SF, CA 94117
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Babies classes - (newborn to 12 months) (2 Seats Left) Wednesday 11:45 AM 01/08/20 10 weeks 03/11/20 Teacher Alexandra Register
Babies classes - (newborn to 12 months) Friday 12:30 PM 01/10/20 10 weeks 03/13/20 Teacher Kate NEW! Register


Research continues to grow in relation to babies and the power of music to light up the whole brain! Here are few links:

Babies are born to dance! 

The benefits of singing to your baby.

We recommend the book Musicophilia: Tales of Music and the Brain Neurologist and Professor Oliver Sacks offers some amazing reading that culls research and personal experience with the power of music for all ages.