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An Early Childhood Music Education Program


Ms. Nathalia will come to your party location and provide a 45-minute interactive musical experience for you and your guests. She will lead the group with vocals and guitar, while an assistant models the activities for the children. The program includes playing instruments, bubbles, musical story time, puppets, parachute, drumming, dancing and movement, pom poms and more! 

Ages: 0-5 year-olds 

Time: Approximately 45-60 min



Nathalia performs her original songs to engage families in a fun-filled musical concert. Depending on venue and group size, Nathalia will bring props or bring friends up on stage in this fun interactive and multicultural performance. Families will be dancing while learning Spanish along the way! To learn more, please visit Nathalia's artist page at


Ages: 2-9 year-olds
Time: Approximately 45-60 min 

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Music Therapy is an established healthcare profession that uses music to address physical, emotional, cognitive and social needs of individuals of all ages. It improves the quality of life for persons who are well and meets the needs of children and adults with disabilities or illnesses.
Music Therapy interventions can be designed to: 


  • Promote Wellness

  • Manage Stress

  • Alleviate Pain

  • Express Feelings

  • Enhance Memory

  • Improve Communication

  • Promote Physical Rehabilitation


Group and individual sessions are available to schools, preschools, nursing homes, health care institutions and other community-based agencies. The music therapist provides services tailored to specific needs of the agency and includes regular progress evaluations.

Individual sessions are available to individuals with varying disabilities and their needs. A music therapist will work with each individual to address special goals and objectives that are determined by the therapist in close collaboration with parents and caregivers. 

Small group sessions are available for 2 to 3 individuals in a small group setting and focus primarily on social goals like sharing, taking turns, cooperating with others, appropriate communication and more, all in the context of group music making. A music therapist works with each individual to address specific needs within the group setting. An assessment is required prior to group placement. 

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