If you’ve spent much time listening to children’s music, you’ve likely heard of Laurie Berkner.
And if you haven’t, you’ll be thanking me for the introduction later.
Laurie Berkner has a gift not only for creating engaging music that even adults actually like, but for truly seeing, hearing, and respecting children in the process. For her, each performance is really about connection first. I personally discovered Laurie’s music back in the days of the Noggin channel when my own boys were toddlers and her music quickly assumed the primary spot in my classroom playlist.
Today, I’m talking with Laurie, not only about music, but about the power of connection.
Notes from the Show:
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Check out The Laurie Berkner Band website.
Listen to Laurie Berkner’s Song and Story Kitchen via Audible/Amazon.
Stream the Laurie Berkner Band via Amazon Music. (This is one of the BEST ways to get Laurie’s music into your classroom!)
Some Favorite Songs:
The Best of Laurie Berkner (Album)
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