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TC's Lori Custodero argues that children make their own music for reasons that meet development needs for expression, belonging, comfort and complexity

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Lori Custodero, Associate Professor of Music Education

Lori Custodero, Associate Professor of Music Education

Writing in The Huffington Post, Custodero, Associate Professor of Music Education and co-creator of "WeBop!" at Jazz at Lincoln Center, advises parents and caregivers to "think beyond the word 'cute' and look more deeply" to understand, through a child's eyes, the experience of making music. "What is this teaching him? And ultimately, what is he teaching you?"previous page