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SOPA Hosts Music Together in Newnan and Tyrone
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Babies, toddlers, preschoolers, and big kids all love Music Together  !


Our playful music classes for kids support every child, no matter their learning style or stage of development. Each weekly class includes lots of music activities especially created for young children, led by a trained teacher who inspires everyone to join in the fun.


Explore the different Music Together  classes offered at Steppin' Out to find the best fit for your family.


Sign up to visit a class and experience it for yourself!

Music Together at Steppin' Out Performing Arts GA
Music Together at Steppin' Out Performing Arts GA
Music Together at Steppin' Out Performing Arts GA
Music Together at Steppin' Out Performing Arts GA
Music Together at Steppin' Out Performing Arts GA
Music Together at Steppin' Out Performing Arts GA
Music Together at Steppin' Out Performing Arts GA
Music Together at Steppin' Out Performing Arts GA
Music Together at Steppin' Out Performing Arts GA
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Class Schedule

9:30 - 10:15 AM
0 - 5 years
9:30 - 10:15 AM
0 - 5 years
10:30 - 11:15 AM
0 - 5 years

If you don't see a class that works for you, please send us a message

All classes are taught by Mrs. Lindsey, Center Director and Registered Teacher & Mrs. Jensen, Registered teacher.

To view more information regarding our Music Together  Registration, Policies, or FAQs, click here.

Meet Our Center Director

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Lindsey Archer Center Director

Lindsey Archer

Center Director &

Registered Teacher

Lindsey Archer is a native Georgian and came out of the womb singing "There's no Business Like Show Business." She earned a BFA in Theatre Performance from Valdosta State University, where she was a Bernard Linger Fine Arts Scholar.


Lindsey has worked as a performer, choreographer, director, and teacher around various parts of the country. She has worked as an entertainer in New York City and served as the Resident Choreographer for Charleston Stage Company in Charleston, SC. She has previously worked in the Atlanta area with Atlanta Lyric Theatre, Aurora Theatre, ArtStation, Theatre in the Square, Synchronicity Performance Group, and Actor's Express.


Before Lindsey joined Steppin' Out Performing Arts GA she was the Studio Director of Once Upon a Ballet & Musical Theater Center in Atlanta, Georgia for ten years.


When Lindsey’s not singing and dancing in the classroom, you can find Lindsey singing and dancing at home with her husband, Drew, their twins, Celia and Joel, and their little sister, Audrey! 

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Registration and Policy Information

Fall, Winter, and Spring sessions will run for 8-10 weeks each. A shorter summer session will be available each year.


Siblings 0-8 months may attend the class for free with their older siblings.


If you are new to Steppin' Out Performing Arts, you will need to create a profile in our registration system before registering.

Tuition includes weekly instruction as outlined, a professional recording to take home, an illustrated songbook with activity suggestions, digital access to the exclusive Family Music Zone  , and a family guide to understanding music development in children.

Tuition is for a 10 Week Session

  • One Child $185

  • 2nd Child $95

  • 3rd Child $65

The registration fee for Music Together  is $25 per family . If registering after the session start date there may be an extra late supply fee added.

*$15 registration fee for families currently registered in other SOPA programs.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • As a parent, what is my role in class?
    Sing, dance, and have fun! You might be surprised to hear that you are your child’s most important music teacher right now—and it doesn’t matter whether you think of yourself as a great singer or dancer. Young children develop dispositions for certain behaviors, including learning to love music, by observing and imitating their loved ones. Simply by participating enthusiastically during class and playing with the ideas at home, you’ll give your children the modeling they need to learn to love to make music. Please wait to socialize or use your cell phone until after class and instead help us create a music-only environment.
  • What’s expected of my child in class?
    At Music Together®, children are never required to sit in the circle or expected to conform to an adult’s idea of participation. We know that children learn differently from adults. They learn instinctively and constantly, through observation, interactions with adults and older children, and through imitation, play, and, especially, movement. One hallmark of Music Together® is the insight that children will naturally develop music ability simply when they are immersed in a community of families all making music. Children’s responses depend on their most dominant learning style and temperament as well as their age and developmental level. Some might follow the teacher right away. Many will simply want to watch and absorb, particularly in the first few weeks of class. Some might crawl or toddle around; others are stimulated by the music and respond more actively, running, jumping, or dancing. All are perfectly natural responses to the new, musically rich environment. Throughout the semester, your teacher will help you tune in to how your child learns best so you can support their music development in class and at home. Feel free to ask if you have questions!
  • How should we use the Music Together® materials?
    Play your songs frequently, especially during the first few weeks of class. Make the music available for your child to listen to while she is playing or before nap or bedtime. Create your Music Together® account and download the “Hello Everybody” app for digital versions of the songs and more activity ideas to try! Use the songbook to help you learn the songs and get new musical activities to use at home. If you play an instrument and want to play along, the music notation is available in the Family Music Zone®. Try using the songbook at story time!
  • What is the class size?
    Each class has between 6 and 12 registered children, plus their caregiver(s).
  • What if I miss a class during the semester?
    We offer makeup classes during each semester. Please send us a message to schedule any makeups.
  • Can I switch to a different class?
    Requests for class changes must be initiated within the first three weeks of the semester. Depending on class availability, changes are made at the discretion of the center director and teachers involved. Changes are not made after the third week of the semester.
  • What if I start classes after the semester begins?
    SOPA welcomes families at any point during the semester! However, we do not prorate for classes missed due to late registration. Instead, families are welcome to makeup class(es) during the semester
  • Do you offer refunds?
    No tuition refunds are given after classes begin.
  • Can we eat in class?
    Please feel comfortable to nurse or bottle-feed your child in class, but we ask that you not bring food or drink into classrooms. We also provide an area to nurse privately if desired.
  • Will classes be cancelled in inclement weather?
    We follow Coweta Public School Systems for weather cancellations. Should public schools close due to inclement weather, classes at SOPA will be cancelled as well. Please watch for our emails or check our Facebook page for announcements regarding weather cancellations.
  • Can I bring a guest or an unregistered older sibling to class?
    Music Together® classes may be in session when older children have a school holiday, and it is natural to want to bring them with you to class. All guests must be prearranged with the teacher to ensure adequate space is available.
  • Is it OK for more than one adult to come to class?
    Yes, parents, grandparents, or caregivers are welcome to attend class at any time—no need to ask!
  • Why aren’t there classes for specific age groups?
    Classes with children of different ages have intellectual and social benefits for both younger and older children. In fact, it’s the learning environment recommended by many early childhood researchers. Older children learn empathy and awareness of others, while developing leadership qualities and gaining self-confidence. Younger children learn by imitating the older ones and often show more complex behaviors earlier than usual. Even babies benefit by being in an environment that gives them lots of opportunities to observe the behavior of children of varying ages. Plus, it allows everyone—siblings, parents, grandparents, caregivers—to share in the musical experience together!
  • Do you offer gift certificates?
    Gift certificates toward classes can be purchased at any time. They make fabulous baby shower, birthday, or holiday gifts. Please send us a message if you’re interested in purchasing one.

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My daughter began Music Together shortly after turning one year old. Mrs. Lindsey’s love for music and children was evident from the very first session. She creates an environment that embraces all ages and developmental stages so that each child and family member can participate. We have had the pleasure of joining in Music Together with several of the same families over the past two years, and it has been a delight watching their children and families grow. My daughter’s love for music transcends beyond the walls of the Music Together class. She loves to sing, dance, and play with instruments at home, in the car, and in public places! I pray her passion for music continues to develop for years to come! 

Mallorie Stewart

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