Hedgehog Day Camps
We partnered up with Annie Jameson, a certified special education teacher, and Union Church to provide kids, regardless of disability or disadvantage, a positive, therapeutic camp experience. We made music with kids from diverse backgrounds and a range of abilities for five days in the heart of Seattle.
As a music therapist and teaching artist with the Seattle Symphony, Meg has had the opportunity to collaborate on several special projects, including:
The Lullaby Project brings mothers experiencing homelessness together with Seattle Symphony teaching artists, composers, and musicians to create unique lullabies for their children. The project culminates in a CD release and live performance at Benaroya Hall.
At the Seattle Symphony's Sensory Friendly Concerts, Meg collaborates with staff and musicians to creatively accomodate the needs of kids with sensory sensitivities.
Have you ever heard 2,000 kids play recorder? It's magical. Through the Link Up program, Meg completed a 20-week residency with the Children's Institute for Behavioral Differences. Embracing the students' individual needs, Meg adapted the Link Up curriculum to best engage and equip her classes.