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Richard Younger

Purveyor of Fine Tunes for All Ages
Music / Movement Specialist
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They say...

On behalf of the children and the staff of the Elizabeth Seton Pediatric Center, we would like to extend a sincere thank you to Music That Heals for providing the performance by Richard Younger on August 17, 2016. The show was interactive and very enjoyable for all the children who participated. As it was Richard’s first time here, he did well at engaging the children with great ease and his comfort came through in his performance as he encouraged the children to participate and sing along. The children’s responsiveness and alertness during this performance was highly increased and this is always a wonderful goal to achieve.
- Elizabeth Seton Pediatric Center

I hired Richard to play music at my daughter's 5th birthday party after seeing him at a friend's party earlier. He was great! I was impressed with how he was fun and enthusiastic and got the children happily involved in music and dance, but without being overpowering. He has a really nice energy and related well with the kids. His music is also really fun, including for adults. He is professional and working with him was a pleasure. Thanks again for a great party!
- Sophia M. (Manhattan)

Richard played at my daughter's 4th and 5th birthday parties and all of the children had a wonderful time with him. Richard has a knack for engaging all of the children he plays for and makes all of them feel special. We would have him back again and again.

Richard Younger is a talented musician who possesses a wonderful rapport with children. The two-, three- and four-year-old children and their parents love to sing and dance with him. Richard is a dedicated, reliable and important contributor to the library and the Woodside community.
- Helen Rosenthal, Children's Librarian, Woodside Branch

Richard is a gifted and talented musician who has an easy way with the children. He has bought a love of music to our children. They love working with him and we call him the "Pied Piper."
- Little Friends School, Sunnyside, New York