Use code SPRING for 15% off your session!

Your new favorite kids' music class!

WeBop is a young kids' music program created in New York City by Jazz at Lincoln Center and Columbia University.

Kids 8 months to 5 years old stomp, strut and swing to the rhythms of jazz as they learn about rhythms and instruments with director Tanesha Ross and a piano accompanist.

Plus every 4 weeks, we bring in a live band. Super fun!

Children do WeBop with a care-giver like mom, dad, grandma, grandpa, or auntie.  We promise this class is fun for adults too.

Video > Watch WeBop teacher Tanesha sing the classic children's book Goodnight Moon

2017 Spring Schedule
The Spring session is 8 weeks.

Classes meet Tuesday from March 14 - May 9. No class April 11.
Scatters (walking-3 yrs) → 9:30am-10:15am
Gumbo Group (2-5 yrs) → 12:30pm-1:15pm
Scatters  (walking-3 yrs) → 1:30pm-2:15pm

How to Register Your Kiddo
Register your child online here. You'll be prompted to select a session based on the ages described above. If you want to bring two or more kids between the ages of 2-5, register for Gumbo Group. Not sure which group your little one should be in? Email Education Director Kelly Barr Clingan at

WeBop Location
WeBop classes meet at the MLK FAME Community Center at 3201 E Republican St in the Madison Valley neighborhood. Click here for map.

WeBop Cost
$160 for 8 week session. Payment plans available!

Financial Aid is Available!
We make it work for every family! Please apply for financial aid online here.

“No pandering and no nursery rhymes. Teachers make sure kids and parents get an authentic introduction to the genre by grounding sessions in true jazz.”
— New York Magazine

Meet WeBop Director Tanesha Ross

A graduate of Cornish College of the Arts, Tanesha began her career at the Village Theatre, the 5th Avenue Theatre, and Seattle Childrens Theatre, all of which propelled her to New York, where she performed on Broadway and a Broadway National Tour. With her training in Kindermusik, she has taught with ASTEP (Artists Striving to End Poverty), working with children in Florida, New York, and South Africa.