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Music Together offers teacher training program in Raleigh

Posted November 3, 2015

Catherine Hale (left in blue shirt) leads a SproutSongs class at Raleigh Music Academy.

Catherine Hale, a Raleigh mom and owner of Sproutsongs Music which runs local adult/child Music Together classes, shares this opportunity for the musically inclined out there who are looking for a part-time job ...

Music Together, the award-winning, international early childhood music and movement program, is offering a three-day Teacher Training Workshop through Sproutsongs Music, at the Raleigh Music Academy 4720 Hargrove Rd., Ste. 130, in Raleigh. The workshop is Dec. 4, 5, and 6. The cost is $475. Participants who successfully complete the three-day training become eligible to teach Music Together classes, either at an existing location or by applying for a license to open and operate a Music Together center of their own.

Hale tells me that the job can be a great option for stay-at-home parents, educators, retirees, musicians and others. No formal academic degree is required. 

According to a press release, the three-day workshop provides opportunities to learn about how to assess children’s rhythmic and tonal development, techniques for presenting Music Together materials, strategies for lesson-planning and more. There will also be live early childhood music demonstration classes on each day of the workshop, teaching children and their parents using the Music Together curriculum.

Graduate credits, CMTE credits and CEUs are available. For additional information and to register, go to Music Together's website or contact Chris Marietti at 800-728-2692, ext. 326, or


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