Our Music

The Music of Music Together®

Music Together with Sarah is proud to teach the Music Together curriculum, which includes an award-winning mix of original songs and traditional tunes from a range of musical styles, including folk, blues, jazz, and world music. The music is pitched just right for children's voices, and the arrangements are fun, sophisticated, and loved by children---and grownups! The combination gives the children of Perth a rich music experience, and makes this kids’ music enjoyable for adult listening, too!


To make it as easy as possible for your family to play along with Music Together at home, you may download/stream our music and access exclusive content from the Family Music Zone® or the "Hello Everybody" app. You'll first need to create a Music Together Worldwide family account through the app or by going to musictogether.com/account.


Create your account using the code on the inside front cover of your songbook. (This will be a separate account from the one you use to register for classes at our center.)



"Hello Everybody" App

The free “Hello Everybody” app for iPhone/iPad or Android is an easy way for you to access your Music Together songs, whether you are at home or on the go!


Log in with your Music Together Worldwide family account (or create a new one on the app) to get your songs into the app. Here are some of the features for you to explore:


Stream or download all of your Music Together songs

Create playlists of your family's favorite tunes

Get new activity ideas for selected songs

Show or hide on-screen lyrics

Turn the vocals up or down—or completely off

Try Music Together karaoke and record using your device's camera

Flip through the award-winning Singalong Storybook Hello, Everybody!



The Music Together songs are organized into nine collections of twenty-five songs, with three collections taught each year. Your family is welcome to join us at any time and continue for three years---and beyond. Many families cycle back and re-experience the collections as their children turn three or four. Because music-learning is cumulative, your children will experience developmental benefits that build over time. That’s why we encourage their participation in Music Together for as many years as possible from infancy through pre-primary.