When our kids were little we spent a lot of time doing music. We did Suzuki piano, violin, and cello. Most of the kids sang with the Young Naperville Singers and we did a lot of singing with the Grubbs family -- firesides for temple missionaries, Christmas programs in Nauvoo, talent shows, singing in church, singing around the campfire, etc. Lots of fun and some pretty good music!
There is one experience that our children have never forgotten and which they all claim has "scarred" them for life. As part of an Oktoberfest celebration, an acquaintance who did PR work for a local mall offered to pay us well to dress up in our German outfits and stroll around the mall singing German Volkslieder. Now what is so embarrassing about that?!
Today they are all good singers and can put together a decent musical number almost impromptu. This was a quickie they put together for Bennet's Eagle Court of Honor. (BTW, Bennet made the sixth eagle in the family and has set a good example for the other nine grandsons). I think their voices sound good together, and why shouldn't they? They're genetically engineered!