Our teachers come from all sorts of backgrounds, but they’re united by a common passion: Sharing music with children and families in Montgomery County!
All teachers have successfully completed the live Music Together® Teacher Training, which is built on research in early childhood and music development. We keep our skills fresh through workshops every semester and advanced trainings offered by Music Together Worldwide.
Together with Ken Guilmartin, "Silly Lili from Philly" is the co-author of Music Together, a music and movement approach to early childhood music development for infant, toddler, preschool, and kindergarten children and their parents, teachers, and other primary caregivers. The Music Together Parent-Child curriculum is offered in over 45 countries, and In-School adaptation is being taught in both public and private schools througout the world. She is an international authority on early childhood music education and has been actively involved in teaching very young children as well as graduate students. Lili holds a Bachelor of Music in Music Education, an M.M. in Music Education Research, and a Ph.D. in the Psychology of Music. She is professor emeritus at Rowan University and Director of Research for Music Together.
Amy has been associated with the Music Together brand for over 14 years as a Music Together instructor. She has been awarded Music Together Certification Level I status, having demonstrated outstanding achievement in teaching, musicianship, program philosophy, and parent education by the Center for Music and Young Children in Princeton, NJ. Now, as a Licensed Center Director, Amy continues to bring her love of singing, silliness, and family music making to every class. Amy received the Doctor of Musical Arts degree with an emphasis in Opera Performance from the University of Texas at Austin in 2005, and continues to perform opera as a member of the Chorus of Opera Company of Philadelphia. In her free time, she enjoys performing Broadway and cabaret music with her husband, and singing silly songs and lullabies with her three children. Her favorite way to sing any song - no matter the style - is on chicken noises. Try it! You're guaranteed to laugh!