Virginia Insight
4:00 pm
Mon July 7, 2014

Best in Class

On first airing, the episode was titled “Teaching Children to Make Music.”  The Virginia Association of Broadcasters has just honored it the as 2013’s  best public radio, public affairs program in the commonwealth.

Originally hitting the airwaves a bit more than a year ago, the show’s focus was the children’s creativity program Kid Pan Alley. So now that this broadcast has won First Prize,  we figured anyone who missed it might need an opportunity to hear what made it so special.  And anyone who did listen the first time, gets the chance to experience the magic all over again.

Note: This is an encore broadcast, which originally aired on 6/6/2013.

Kid Pan Alley

Guest:
Paul Reisler 
- Singer, songwriter, and songwriting teacher.  Founder of the children’s creativity and songwriting education agency Kid Pan Alley. Founder of the traveling music group Paul Reisler and A Thousand Questions.

Additional Contributor:
Heather Mae 
- Professional musician affiliated with the children’s creativity and songwriting education agency Kid Pan Alley and the traveling music group Paul Reisler and A Thousand Questions.
 

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