The Atlanta Symphony Orchestra is happy to present a new season of Music for the Very Young in partnership with Music Together of Decatur. We will offer new virtual and in-person experiences, perfect for music-loving babies, toddlers, preschoolers and their grownups. The series will introduce families to 19 of the best-loved songs from Music Together's collections, along with some of the ASO's classical favorites. This partnership is made possible thanks to the generous support of the Lettie Pate Evans Foundation.

Click on the "Sign-Up Today" button below and you will be re-directed to the Music Together of Decatur website for a complete list of dates, registration, and additional information. Use preregistration code MusicTogether to register.

Music for the Very Young Offerings in partnership with Music Together of Decatur

  • Four-Week Virtual Sessions Begin February 15th – $40 per family 
  • Nine-Week In-Person Sessions Begin March 22nd – $100 per child and accompanying adult

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This special pricing is made possible thanks to support from the Lettie Pate Evans Foundation. Please contact Elena Gagon at 404.733.5038 or via email at asoeducation@atlantasymphony.org for additional information.




Music for the Very Young Virtual Library

We are never too young to learn about music, and this program is designed to teach children right from the start. This series introduces music and instruments to our littlest listeners.

Audience: Toddlers to early elementary aged children.
Time: Under 10 minutes each.

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Meet the Harp with Elisabeth Remy Johnson

Who isn’t curious about the harp? ASO Principal Harpist Elisabeth introduces the magical sound of the harp and shares the secrets of how to play the instrument. Plus, learn how to make your own harp!


Make Your Own: Shoebox Harp

Meet the French Horn with Chelsea McFarland and Sue Welty

Did you know the French Horn is up to 13 feet long when uncoiled? Join Chelsea and Sue in learning about the parts of the instrument, making a sound, and creating your own brass instrument...no brass required. Plus, can you guess their mystery song?!


Make Your Own: Hose-a-Phone Horn


Meet the Voice with Erin Jones & Family

Learn how to warm up your body, mind and voice to sound your best with ASO Chorus Member Erin Jones and special helpers Eva and Aria. Participate in fun vocal exercises and even a few yoga poses to get ready for singing. Fun for the whole family!