Our Teachers

Music Together® Teachers are passionate about music and the development of children.

They create a fun, informal, social setting that spurs engagement and supports each child's musical development!

photo Sarah Kilts

Director and Registered Teacher

Being the mother of two super kinetic and fabulous kids ages 5 and 13 keeps Sarah on her toes! As a primary school music teacher Sarah taught general music and conducted choral performances for hundreds of students from kindergarten through 5th grade. It was in this setting that she first saw and was "wowed" by the positive impacts that Music Together had on her students' early musical development and approach to learning. Sarah has performed in a large variety of musical ensembles over the past 25 years including choruses of all types and sizes, major and supporting roles in large scale musical productions and playing the trumpet in concert, marching and jazz bands. In her spare time Sarah sings and plays bass in the band "Diablo's Dust" with her hubby Thom.

     
photo Briony Chavez

Registered Teacher

Before becoming a mother of three, Briony taught the equivalent of JK through Class Three for 7 years in Australia. She became a Music Together parent in 2015 with her then two children. She completed her Music Together Teacher Training in 2016 and now makes music together with her tribe of three! 

 

Music Together blends perfectly her love of music and passion for play based early learning. 

     
photo Caitlin Roberts-Holloway

Registered Teacher

Caitlin loves to sing and be silly with children -- the perfect combination for Music Together!  She was first introduced to music together as a parent, and currently attends classes with her two sons. Witnessing the musical development of her children inspired her to take the Music Together teacher training to learn more about the program and to bring it to others.  It combines perfectly with her degrees in music and education.  When she isn't teaching kindergarten, she enjoys reading and cooking with the kids.