Do You Hear What I Hear? How to Listen and React To Purposeful Responses

Kimberly Kane

Young children frequently make purposeful responses during musical play when given the space to do so. Come watch as these tiny musicians and their caregivers engage in music class and see how the clinician uses purposes responses to guide the session.

Kimberly Kane teaches K-2 general music at Canandaigua Primary School as well as Music Play classes for babies and their caregivers ages 0-3. She is a graduate of the Crane School of Music, where she earned bachelor degrees in music education and bass clarinet performance. She went on to receive her M.Ed in Music degree at The University at Buffalo. Kim also holds GIML Level 2 Early Childhood Music and Level 1 Elementary General Music certifications. Kim currently serves as the Early Childhood Chair on the NYSSMA Classroom Music Committee and is also the past president of NY-GIML. She currently resides in Shortsville with her husband Greg, and their two young children, Ethan and Meredith.