The Rhythm Tree - Music and movement classes for young children and their families

Imagine a joyful,  family music making experience, in a nurturing, playful and non-performance orientated environment, where adults and children participate at their own level and individual learning styles are respected through a program of inclusive, pressure free musical activities in fun music classes.

Welcome to The Rhythm Tree, Melbourne's only licensed provider of the Music Together® program; music and movement classes for young children (baby, toddler and preschool kids) and their loved ones.

Please watch our short introductory video to learn more about us.

Would you rather secure a spot for this term now?

  Not pay until you are satisfied with your first class?

 Classes are filling fast so why not?

 New families can try a class first! Simply sign up for the term (to secure your spot) but opt to 'pay later'. If, after the first class you do not wish to continue, then simply let us know that day and you will not be charged for your class. See Money Back Guarantee on enrolments.


Term 2, 2017 Dates

Monday 24th April - Tuesday 27th June
(Holiday- ANZAC Day April 25th & Queen's Birthday June 12th)




Our Classes / Venues for 2017

All AM - 9.15, 10.15 and 11.15,
*Monday PM 3.15 & 4.15
Thursday PM – 2.15 & 3.15
Monday – am. Gillian & *pm. Michael
Tuesday – Claire
Wednesday – Matilda
Thursday am & *pm  - Sarah T
Friday – Matilda
Saturday – Matilda
All AM - 9.15, 10.15 and 11.15
Tuesday – Sarah N
Wednesday – Rebecca
Thursday – Sarah N
All AM - 9.15, 10.15 and 11.15
Thursday –  Maryanne
Friday – Sarah N
Thursday (9.30 and 10.30) – Vannie
Friday (9.30, 10.30 and 11.30) - Gillian
New Venue!!
(9.15, 10.15 and 11.15)-Gillian
Saturday(9.30 and 10.30) – Maryanne

Monday & Thursday afternoon classes- Siblings go free!
Limited Time only

Register Now for Term 2, 2017 classes 
Please note that classes often fill up quickly. If you would like to register please open an account and choose several possible class options.
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Bring the Joy of Music Home
The Rhythm Tree has been nurturing a musical world through family music classes in Melbourne for over 8 years. We have hand selected a range of music instruments and props to bring the magic of music into homes across Australia.

Check out our online store for handpicked musical gifts, many enjoyed in our family music classes. Wonderful gifts to give to children of all ages from Mum, Dads and Grandparents, Uncles and Aunts, Friends and Neighbours! 

Winner of Best Local Baby and Preschooler Activity 0-5 years in Australia 2013 and Finalist in 2014


We are extremely proud to be listed as a finalist for Best Local Baby and Preschooler Activity 0-5 years in Australia in the internationally recognised What's on 4 Little Ones - Australia awards.


Music Together is an internationally recognised early childhood music and movement program for children from baby to toddlers, to preschoolers to kindergarteners and the adults who love them. First offered to the public in 1987, it pioneered the concept of a research-based, developmentally appropriate early childhood music curriculum that strongly emphasises and facilitates adult involvement.

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We would love to welcome you to a free demonstration class. Click here for details.

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Mixed Aged Family Classes for 0-5 year olds - Click here to register your interest.


Siblings under 8 months - FREE
Over 8 months - Half price
Monday & Thursday afternoon classes - Siblings go free


'Thanks for creating the wonderful experience of joyful music exploration and expression through your absolutely wondrous classes'. Hannah

 'Your classes are an absolute joy and I have, and will continue, to recommend them to anyone looking for a child's music class. The songs are fun, the activities engaging, but the real gem is you and your genuine warmth, openness and enthusiasm for music and young children'. 

'It is so refreshing to see such a unique music class available.'

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