7 Tips for Making Every Day a Musical Day

Any parent who’s been attending Kindermusik classes for even a short period of time quickly realizes just how enjoyable and powerful singing, dancing, playing, exploring, and making music can be - not just for their child, but also for them!  It’s no surprise then, that Kindermusik Educators are often asked for ideas about how to [...]

Amber Galloway Gallego – Sign Language Rock Star

Have you ever been to an event that had an interpreter for the hearing impaired? You can find them in a wide variety of places: commencements, lectures, even broadway plays. These folks are specially trained in programs all across the country. For quite a long time, one could attend the Juilliard Interpreter Training program, specifically [...]

Book Review: Triangle

If you had a chance to watch The Beginning of Life, or if you spend any time at all with young kids, you know that children have a tendency to anthropomorphize everything and anything. There's an adorable scene in The Beginning of Life in which a little girl has a sweet conversation with a plant. [...]

Music Therapy: Music as Medicine

Music Therapy - it's been around for some time...let's say as long as we've had music. As a credentialed profession, it's still relatively new. The first program to award a degree in music therapy began at Michigan State University in 1944. The American Music Therapy Association came into being in 1998. To many, the profession [...]