Music Makes Kids Feel Good

SONG provides free musical education for children and youth in Northumberland County.

Through music, SONG members learn social engagement and development, inclusiveness, and leadership, opening doors and helping them achieve brighter futures.

The Heart of SONG, Explained

Sing & Play

SONG offers free choral, strings and music technology programs for children and youth ages 6+, at locations in Cobourg and Port Hope.

Join us up to 4 times a week. Music, instruments, uniforms, healthy snacks, and community are provided for free.

Volunteer

We are always looking for volunteers to assist with our choral and string programs.

Join our musical community where children and youth can learn, create, and be part of a team.

Donate

Help music change lives.

Your gift provides music education that builds skills like confidence, creativity, resilience, and social development. Please help us change lives, one rehearsal at a time.

"I love coming to SONG. During the concerts, you just get this amazing feeling. The whole audience is just looking at you and other SONG players, and it just sounds so beautiful.

It's an amazing experience. Learning the violin means a lot to me. You should join and try it out. It's really good for your brain."

Sama, long time SONG member

Free Online Music Lessons & Games for Kids

Check out these fun and challenging music games and activities that will keep your voice strong, your bow hand steady, and your smile bright.

News & Events

February 18, 2022
Thank you Sing Canada Harmony

We’d like to take a moment to thank our longtime supporters at Sing Canada Harmony for helping make our in-person Christmas concert a reality in December. Through their generosity we were able to hire an accompanist to support and enrich...

August 25, 2021
Advanced Music Reading Practice

Put your music reading skills into action as Dave leads you through three violin studies. Study #1 – all the notes you see are either open strings or use your first finger. Play along with Dave, then try it again on your own. Study #2 – ...