Stay-at-Home Music for Families

1. THE HELLO SONG

Stay-at-Home Music for Families

Learn to count, clap, and sing-along!

Today we’d like to share a fun activity from our Early Childhood Music Classes. It’s a “Hello Song” that you can enjoy with your loved ones while social distancing at home.

In this video, Miss Natasha introduces “It’s So Good to Meet You,” one of the songs used at the beginning of class to greet our youngest students and their families.

We hope you’ll listen, sing-along, move to the beat, and maybe even flap your arms like a chicken (!) while learning this adorable tune.

 

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Natasha Gall

General Music Coordinator | Early Childhood Teacher

Meet Natasha Gall

 

Education

Bachelor of Music, EC-12 General Music and Choir Teaching Certification | West Texas A&M University
 

Background

  • Has been teaching since 2015, and started with the Conservatory in the Spring of 2018.
  • While at West Texas A & M University, studied with Dr. Cloyce Kuhnert.
  • Has been Soprano in Milwaukee’s Bel Canto Chorus since 2017.
  • Committed to providing children with the opportunity to learn and experience music, and hopes that through teaching she can instill not only a love of music in students but a love of learning about, creating, and playing music for the rest of their lives.

 

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This was so lovely. It was great seeing everyone & bringing in a bit of our old routine back to our lives. Thank you again for doing these classes online ❤️
– Maggie K, Early Childhood Music parent
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