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Journal of Children's Music


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Joanie Calem has been leading concerts and classes for all ages, including inter-generational singalongs, around the US and Israel for over 35 years. Joanie's concerts are full of dancing, singing, storytelling with audience participation and puppet shows, all bringing the message of joyous appreciation of our world, of nature, of one another, and of ways to help heal the world. Joanie is also a disability awareness advocate, training parents, teachers and counselors in inclusion strategies.

Joanie has published 9 CDs, 6 for children and 3 for adults, and 5 picture books for children. On her latest CD, Every Day Is Earth Day, Joanie takes listeners on a journey of fun, humor, hope, persistence and joy: the daily tools for making our way through our complex world.

Joanie is currently streaming live sing-alongs on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11AM (ET). Join in!  www.joaniecalem.com

Ventriloquist Val Smalkin presents a fast-paced, humorous 40-minute musical treat with puppets, dancing, singing, and 100% audience participation.  From the Pink Flamingo Can-Can to Love Bug, Val's shows are guaranteed to delight tots, tweens, teens, and the timeworn, as well!  Children delight to Silly Goose’s mixture of naughtiness and innocence, Val’s adult muddlement, and irresistible sing-along and dance-along songs.  sillygooseandval.com

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Diversity and Inclusion

CMN stands in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement across the world. We remain committed to promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion in our organization and the world at large. We recognize the positive power of music to shape children’s sense of fairness and justice, to teach the enormous importance of often-marginalized cultures to our music traditions, and to amplify the voices of BIPOC artists. (Black, Indigenous and People Of Color.) We acknowledge that we are not always successful in our efforts, but pledge to continue our advocacy and support our members in theirs.

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