Magical Music Troupe
throughout the summer
"Two Little Snowflakes" &
"A Day in
the Life of a Child: Musical Revue"
Come audition for one or both ...
Feel the Magic!
If interested in auditioning for
a position on the 2015-16
Magical Music Troupe,
contact us at:
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"Two Little Snowflakes" auditions >>
For Information about
"A Day in the Life of a Child:
Musical Revue " auditions >>
Music for children
autism & special needs
MP3 Music for
A Day in the Life
of a Child" >>
May 1, 2016
Our 5th Annual
TUNES IN TIMES SQUARE
will be returning to Times Square
all three singing groups,
talented solo & group performers,
and Broadway performers.
Stay "tuned" for more information
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"A Day in the Life of a Child:
the MMFL Junior Singers
will be appearing on
Better CT TV
MMFL Mini and Junior Singers
will be premiering the new
concertized stage version of our
"A Day in the Life of a Child"
Admission is free
RECENT PAST PERFORMANCES
OF THE MAGICAL MUSIC
SINGING GROUPS IN 2014:
New Canaan Holiday Stroll
North Salem Library
Children's & Special Needs Concert
If you are interested in
having our singing groups
come to perform at
please contact us.
For more information,
the Magical Music office at firstname.lastname@example.org
Magical Music for Life, in keeping with its mission "to use music to better the lives of children," utilizes the power of music to deliver positive, inspirational, and educational messages to children and their families. As a way to help children in need, these productions are used to raise money and awareness for pediatric charities across the country. Also, these productions offer talented young singers in the tri-state area the opportunity, through the recording and performance of this music, to use their talents to help others.
The Magical Music songs, shows, and singing groups both entertain and educate. Equally important, they are designed to encourage an ongoing conversation between children and their parents as children begin to deal with life’s more challenging issues and develop as members of our community.
in each other is like a match in the night.
Pass it lit to another, and their candle will
Think of this candle as the spark of their dream
And help it to grow and gather up steam.
if everyone's candle was encouraged to glow,
And everyone's dreams were encouraged to grow,
Oh, what a wonderful world it would be,
Far brighter tomorrow, don't you see?
from "The Adventures of Zak"
In accordance with our mission, Magical Music had produced a wide variety of musical projects:
Touring shows with positive and inspirational messages to bolster self-esteem, encourage individualism, & thwart bullying have been written & performed.
An album and ongoing library of songs written specifically to meet the learning needs of children with autism and special needs, as well as all preschool children, has been made available free of charge on the web at www.magicalmusic.org.
Original songs written specifically for many major charities have been performed at charitable events throughout the northeast. Magical Music has produced several major concerts and raised thousands of dollars for children's charities. One of these concerts is its annual TUNES IN TIMES SQUARE in New York involving the Broadway community and talented young performers from the tri-state area.
The foundation’s music has been performed at numerous events, among which include The United Nations in support of the first World Autism Awareness Day, The White House Easter Egg Roll, Citi Field, and the Tribeca Film Family Festival. Also, it has been performed in schools, pediatric hospitals, and the Boys and Girls Clubs.
Through its original music, the foundation strives to improve the lives of children and their families everywhere.
A Day in the Life of a Child: Musical Revue " ... "We had the pleasure of welcoming the young singers of Magical Music for Life to the stage at our Western Connecticut Walk Now for Autism Speaks. They sang beautifully and the message of the songs and words meant so much to the autism community. We were honored to partner together.”
Lauren Amendola, Senior Director for Autism Speaks
"A Day in the Life of a Child" ... “Great topics and I believe that kids learn best through music and the ideas you have for the CD are great! Most of the music I use in the classroom is outdated so it is nice to have new options.”
“I really like the teaching parts of the songs where the music and lyrics are slowed down to teach the kids the words. This is really helpful because the kids do like to sing along.”
Colleen Wattles, early childhood special education teacher
TUNES IN TIMES SQUARE & Songs for Skills library ... "Thank you for making a difference in the lives of the many children that need support in this world."
Tina Tza , mother of two children
"A Day in the Life of a Child" ...“I love the CD! It is so cute. What I really love about it is it is little kids singing. That always makes my girls want to sing along or listen.”
Amy Aweida, mother of girls ages 2 and 5
Magical Music for Life ... "Once
in a while, there comes along a charitable organization
that really strikes a chord in the heart. Magical Music
has created a forum to help families share a rare combination
of musical excitement, positive life lessons, and at
the same time, be part of helping pediatric charities
in their own community! Magical Music uses the message
of music, which is often misused today, to reach beyond
the mind and into the soul with uplifting lyrics and
Debbie Spaide, founder,
Kids Care Clubs
"A Day in the Life of a Child" ...“The songs are really great. Very upbeat and especially the “Just What I’m Feeling” song would be great for a social skills group for children on the spectrum. I think continuing to develop songs that could be incorporated into a social skills group would be great. ”
Carolyn, family therapist
"Russell, the Hermit Crab" ... Magical
Music has a passion and an unbelievable talent for communicating
some pretty tough topics about kids' character development
in a fun, sensory way that puts those important messages
right into the long term memory bank…the really great
stuff you reflect back on when a difficult personal situation
A parent after seeing "Russell,
the Hermit Crab", New Canaan, CT
Songs for Skills library ... “What a wonderful gift to the special needs community!! With clever lyrics & great melodies, these songs hold the Magic of Music in the way they bring important skills to every child. I hope that parents and educators the world over will download this music and encourage their friends to do the same!!"
Karen Nisenson, Arts for Healing about Magical Music's songs for autistic & special needs children
"A Day in the Life of a Child" ... "It is about time musicians stepped up to produce music for a population of children that SO need it."
A music therapist
Songs for Skills library ... "My son with autism is now 21. How I WISH this music had been available when he was young. What a great teaching tool - and so much fun to listen to."
parent of a son with autism
TUNES IN TIMES SQUARE ... “My daughter and I were walking by, thought we would stay for a song or two, and stayed for 3 hours.”
An audience member at TUNES IN TIMES SQUARE
"A Day in the Life of a Child" ... "This is so perfect - it is just what is needed in the classroom. How wonderful that the songs have both an up tempo and a teaching version making it applicable for such a broad range of children."
A special education teacher
TUNES IN TIMES SQUARE ... "It was an amazing experience to sing in Times Square – in the heart of NYC. … people came to stay and watch, packing the grandstand, every seat, and place to stand. It was INCREDIBLE!!”
Kathryn Crum, former Magical Music Singer about singing at TUNES IN TIMES SQUARE
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