A cup of tea with Lil’ Fi

A cup of tea with Lil’ Fi

A cup of tea with Lil’ Fi

Here’s a little video I did to explain a little about who I am and why it’s important to have Lil’ Fi teach your children music and also why YOU need to teach your children musically too. It’s confronting and real and I hope you like it. It’s from my heart. I truly love working with children and want to see our society use music to teach and learn with. For one thing IT WORKS ! AND IT’S FUN. What other reasons do we need? Well watch this video and see for yourself. xx Fi

Come and have a cup of tea with Lil’ Fi

lilfi

Babies, blues singer, Children, cross meridian stimulation, Downs syndrome, Early years education, early years music, handclapping, neural pathways, Parenting, singing, Special needs, The story, Uncategorized

Lil' Fi is an award winning musician - 5 times best female vocalist at The Australian Blues Music Awards. 8 independent Albums, 25 years as a touring artist, featured on most folk and blues festivals from counting in the NYE 17 times at Woodford Folk Festival to being one of the first women on the East Coast Blues Festival in 1992. 11 years in the Early Years - educating educators on intentional teaching with music and how to play the ukulele. Teaching up to 1000 children per week in person and specialising in Special needs and Autism. Lil' Fi loves sharing her musical knowledge and inspiring others to SING AND DON'T SCREAM.

© Lil Fi