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   Our Teachers 

Jenny and Angela, along with directors and teachers in over 3000 Music Together locations and 41 countries worldwide, find deep satisfaction in inspiring new generations of children who can sing in tune, move in rhythm and participate in music with joy and confidence.

Music Together teacher Jenny Goings

From Clinton, NJ, Jenny holds a B.A. in Psychology from James Madison University, and early in her career she worked with adults and children with special needs. Passionate about music since early childhood and intrigued by the philosophy of the program, Jenny took the Music Together Teacher Training course. She started Music Together in Whitehouse Station soon afterwards, in 1996, originally for the benefit of her two little ones and family friends. Finding so much joy in teaching, observing her student's development and building relationships in the community, it soon became her life's work. In addition to operating her own center and continuing to teach, Jenny is also the Director of Licensee Relations at Music Together LLC, which is the teacher training and licensing organization of Music Together centers worldwide, and proud to be a member of the curriculum development team, helping to create each new family songbook.

Meet Jenny, Center Director/Teacher

 Meet Teacher Angela

Angela S. holds a B.M. in Music Education from The Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University. She taught piano for fifteen years, as well as vocal and instrumental music in public schools, before having children and discovering Music Together. As a parent and a educator, Angela immediately connected to the MT philosophy and engaging curriculum. Her  children loved their Music Together and Rhythm Kids by Music Together® classes and are active music makers at home and in school. Angela has a lifelong passion for making, experiencing, and teaching music and is excited to make Music Together with you and your family.

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We didn't let the pandemic get in the way of learning. Due to the enthusiastic modeling of the grownups who love them, the children learned and loved music class from the safety of home in Zoom and pre-recorded interactive classes.

Back in the early days as a teacher. These kids are college grads now!