Terms and conditions

Music Together terms and conditions. By registering online you accept our terms and conditions:

  1. No refunds will be given after the first class. 
  2. The new family $20.00 registration fee is also non-refundable.
  3. An administrative processing fee of 10% of the tuition payment is non-refundable.
  4. Materials: CD, songbook, parent guide, etc. are non-returnable unless undamaged, still sealed & suitable for resale.
  5. Registrations are non-transferable. If you are unable to take a class for which you have paid, please call 925-551-7722.
  6. Unlimited make-up classes within the semester are permitted. Missed classes will not be credited back. If you are enrolled in a subsequent semester you can carry those makeups forward. You cannot carry them forward if you are not enrolled in the next semester.

I agree to waive Music Together in the Tri-Valley, Inc., and its staff and teachers, Music Together Worldwide, Music n Beyond of Dublin and of Alamo, Contra Costa Ballet Centre, Ingram and Braun Musik Shoppe, Blackhawk Plaza and Center Cal Corp. and their owners of all claim for personal injury or property damage that may arise from use of the facilities before, during, or after Music Together classes. I also accept responsibility for my safety and the safety of my children at the studio before, during, and after Music Together classes. 

ATTENDANCE: In order to provide a smooth transition between classes, every effort will be made to begin and end classes on time. Please be on time! It will make your child's adjustment easier. The Hello Song ritual is especially important for the children so that they begin to develop a since of familiarity in class. The studios open 10-15 minutes before classes starts so your child can have a chance to acclimate himself/herself to the space. Your seat matters!

FOOD/DRINKS/CELL PHONES, etc.: To keep the space clean and to keep us all focused, please have your children finish all snacks outside the room. For those who must have their cell phones on during class, please be considerate and take your calls outside the classroom.

HEALTH POLICY: We provide hand sanitizer for your use before, during or after class.

If you or your child has had a fever or other signs of a contagious illness within the past 24 hours, please do not come to class. Just use common sense if you are not sure, stay home & schedule a make up class instead.

PLEASE NOTE: If you find that your current class time is not working for you, let us know ASAP. Changes can usually be made (at no extra charge) at any time during the semester if space permits. No refunds are given after the first day of class.

MEDIA RELEASE: From time to time photos or videos may be taken during class and used only for the purposes of promoting our classes on our website, fliers and/or Facebook page. By agreeing to these terms you agree to have you and/or your child's photo taken and used for such purposes. You may opt out of this at any time by notifying rowena@musictogether.net

LIABILITY RELEASE: By attending class, you agree to release Music Together Tri-Valley & its associates and facilities of liability relating to injuries or damages that may occur inside class or outside class when using class activities.

PARTICIPATION: As facilitators of family music-making, we urge you or your caregiver participate in class. The children are free to develop naturally and in their own time and style. As challenging as it might be to inhibit our parental/caregiver desires and expectations to see our children "perform" in class, it's important to understand that they are learning basic music skills even when they are simply observing others. Also, children have different learning styles and personalities and many like to just watch for several weeks or even longer. What usually and almost always happens is that they will do everything at home first. So, please know that we do not require or expect your child to participate in class. However, keep in mind that you are here as a model for your child, even if you don't feel particularly confident about your own musical abilities. If your child sees you making music and having a good time then she or he is more likely to develop that disposition. Likewise, if your child sees that you talk during class or do not participate, he or she is likely to develop that same attitude. So relax, let your child "be" and have fun yourself!

Kind regards, Director Rowena and staff