Hundreds of local families will gather to sing, dance, and make music to benefit local nonprofit, Art Odyssey AZ

On April 3rd at 4:30 p.m., Music Together in Phoenix will host a concert for young children (birth–age 8) and their families. Music Together is honored to welcome Gerry to Phoenix for their sixth “Uncle Gerry Concert”, singing and dancing brings us all together and creates happy children and happy families. “I love that the children get to hear Uncle Gerry’s familiar voice; and the families can all participate all together enjoying a fun afternoon of music with the whole family, all to benefit a wonderful cause.” Says Music Together in Phoenix director, Kathy Rowe.

The concert will feature recording artist Gerry Dignan. “Uncle” Gerry is featured on the CDs given to the thousands of families worldwide who take Music Together classes. Accompanying Gerry Dignan will be the entire Music Together in Phoenix staff of teachers. The show will take place at Lincoln Heights Church, 2121 E Lincoln in Phoenix. Tickets will be $20 per family pre-sale at or $25 at the door.

All concert proceeds will benefit Art Odyssey AZ! This local charity is committed to bringing art explorations to under-served youth in the Phoenix area. Art Odyssey AZ trains volunteers to work with low income schools grades k-12. Through art exploration and curriculum enforcing activities, students not only foster creativity but observational, analytical, and critical thinking skills. Find out more on this organization, visit

Music Together® is an internationally recognized early childhood music and movement curriculum for children between birth and grade two and the adults who love them. Originally offered to the public in 1987, it pioneered the concept of a research-based, developmentally appropriate early childhood music curriculum that strongly emphasizes and facilitates adult involvement.

According to Kenneth K. Guilmartin, Founder/Director of Music Together, “All children have the ability, from birth, to learn music. At Music Together, we introduce children to the pleasures of actively making music, which is critical for their music development. Many parents may not realize that they are their child’s most important music teachers—even if they don’t consider themselves musical. It is not important that caregivers sing or move perfectly; what matters is that they model the enjoyment of making music. We have been providing families with the tools to joyfully and enthusiastically make music together for 25 years and are proud to have impacted so many lives.”

Music Together classes are held in more than 2,500 communities around the world. Classes are offered in Phoenix, Peoria, Paradise Valley, and Scottsdale by Music Together in Phoenix since 1999. For more information, please visit

Bring your baby, toddler, or preschooler and join us for an evening of singing, dancing, and fun! Tickets are $20 per family and are for sale at