Music Medley with Terri Roben
Burnt Hills / Ballston Lake Library
LakeHill Rd - Burnt Hills, NY 12020
Tuesdays, 2/26/19 - 04/16/19, and 5/28 - 8/6
10:30am - 11:15am
Sing, dance and play to old and new family tunes and chants with Terri and her instruments, ending with a Jam-along! For infants to 5 yr olds and their caregivers.
Whispering Pines Preschool in Delanson NY
Thursdays - 9:45am - 12:15am - Music Together classes for registered preschoolers
Terri Roben has worked with children in the field of children's music and movement for 30 years. She has performed concerts in schools, festivals, coffeehouses, and led classes in libraries for preschoolers to 5th graders. She worked in schools with the Scotia Children's Traveling Museum for 10 years. She owned her own Music Together business and taught Music Together for 11 years.
Terri has a family music cd, Riverwalk & Other Songs, found online. She presently works regularly at libraries and occasional farmers markets, presenting music and movement programs for preschoolers and their caregivers, as well as teaching Music Together classes at a private preschool.
Terri is also a singer-songwriter who plays adult contemporary music solo, with guitar and banjo, has a cd of mostly original songs, The Path We Make found online, and is part of the trio Roben Kosek Jazz & Blues, which features music from the 1920's - 1960's - www.rkjazzandblues.com
"We love coming to your programs - you do such a great job with the kids!" - parent and grandparent
"You are amazing - we love your programs - my kids are thrilled to learn new songs and love the movement and playing with the instruments!" - happy parent
"You are going to be such a good influence on these kids with your energy and enthusiasm for music!" - a music teacher/grandmother
"We love attending your library preschool program - you have so much energy and we all enjoy the songs and chants and jamming!" - Happy Parent
"We love watching you with the families. We really enjoy your music and never get tired of it!" - librarian
"You bring in the biggest crowds!" - librarian
"That was awesome!" - librarian