Welcome to Ring-a-Ding Sing!
Having opened our doors in September 2019, Ring-a-Ding Sing! had a fantastically successful first year! We have responded to health and safety protocols by adding a new class format - Music Together® Online. While our three locations are temporarily closed, we are bringing the music to you with weekly zoom classes and tons of online bonus content.
I began teaching Music Together in 2005, and opened Ring-a-Ding Sing! in 2019 with the goal of bringing The Joy of Family Music® making to families in suburban Philadelphia. I love encouraging adults to find their voice and embrace their silly side, while nurturing growth and love of music making in children of all ages. As a mother to three bold non-stop movers, I has a soft spot for the shy children who simply watch as I did when I was a child. My great hope is that every child and their adult would find a welcoming and loving environment where they can grow socially and musically while creating wonderful memories and learning how to continue the play and learning at home.
With all that is happening in the world today, our need for joy, for music, and for the connections we make in Music Together are more valuable than ever. Come join us for a free trial of our kids’ music classes to find out if our program is right for you and your family!
I hope I get to make some wonderful memories and beautiful Music Together with you and your family soon!
"Amy Spencer quite literally changed my life. My son, who is on the autism spectrum, had so much fun in Amy's class but learned differently than the other students. Amy was so compassionate in her dedication to meeting his individual needs, ensuring he got the most out of the class. She provided a safe and loving environment for him at a most critical time in his life. Her kindness, enthusiasm, positivity, and gorgeous soothing voice helped my son find comfort in music. I look back on our time in Amy's classes with such joy. I will never forget our time with her; the memories, and the music, stay with me to this day."
—Amanda T., Flourtown PA