At The Music Class, we stand against racism.

We embrace and celebrate inclusion in our classrooms and our music. We take our role as early childhood educators very seriously, and feel that it is our duty to speak up and stand with our Black families, musicians, friends, and the entire Black community. We have always strived for inclusivity and diversity in our musical collections with the goal of exposing children to other cultures, while also honoring those cultures.

Music is a powerful force in the world, and our work with the very youngest members of our society makes it even more important for TMC to encourage inclusion, respect, and compassion.

Introducing: The Music Class At Home! Fun and safe at home!

In response to the Covid-19 outbreak, all in-person classes in Atlanta and in many of our affiliated teaching centers are cancelled until further notice.

We are proud to offer interactive virtual classes to take the joy of music beyond the classroom and into your home. Through our online platform, families will be able to sing, dance, and communicate with their teacher and classmates for a truly interactive and engaging experience. TMC At Home allows you to continue fostering your child's love of music and community!


Sample Our Songs

Take a listen to what's in store for The Music Class students. Click or Tap on image to listen.

The Bridge at Avignon
The Bridge at Avignon
Fiddling Cobbler
When the Saints Go Marching In
When the Saints Go Marching In

Music Notes

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Halfway Down the Stairs

Halfway Down the Stairs is a poem written by A.A. Milne, the author of Winnie the Pooh! So it was only fitting to make this week’s blog into a poem. Please enjoy guest appearances by Robin the Frog, Peter from Family Guy, and an adorable 3-year-old!