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Music Together® is an international early childhood music and movement program for children from birth through age 5 and their parents/caregivers.


Music Together® believes that:

  • All children are musical.
  • All children can achieve basic music competence; that is, they can learn to sing in tune and move with accurate rhythm.
  • The participation and modeling of parents and other primary caregivers are essential to a child’s musical growth.
  • At this early stage growth is best achieved in a playful, musically rich, and non-performance-oriented learning environment.

Classes are 45 minutes long and available on Saturday mornings​ at 10:00am & 11:00am at my good friend & colleague Kristina Lee's beautiful location in Bellevue!

12828 Northup Way Suite 200

Bellevue, Washington 98005

Winter classes begin January 20, 2018 and continue for 8 weeks, meeting once per week. A makeup class will be offered after the 8th week.

Register for the Winter Semester through Kristina Lee Music's website by clicking below! Once you have signed up with your username, click "Register for a Class," select the "Winter 2018" tab, then click "Register" next to your preferred time.

Music Together

Group instruction for Beginning 

Hawaiian-Style Ukulele! Come to 

class on your own or bring some 

friends. Parents and children can learn a new instrument together! 

Very simple, accessible, and fun group lessons geared towards  beginners. Recommended ages

7 and up.

Group classes are offered weekly on Tuesdays from 5:30-6:15pm with a minimum of 2 and maximum of 6 students. 

Request more information or register yourself for the class through the contact page - click below:



Suzuki and traditional violin lessons in Newcastle, WA for students age 4 and up, from the absolute beginner to the aspiring music major! Whatever your level or background, you can rest 

assured that your skill will develop

in a positive, encouraging learning


Included are weekly private lessons, monthly group classes, and plenty of recitals and performance opportunities throughout the year to share the gift of music with the community.

Parents of young children: Prepare to be actively involved during your child's lesson and practice time at home! Especially with the youngest pupils, parental support is a key factor that can make or break a child's burgeoning interest in the instrument as well as their future achievement. 

Request more information or sign up for lessons by sending me a message on the contact page - click below: