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Emily Gulati

Early Childhood Music

I view music as a form of artistic expression and developmental learning. When I teach young children, my goal is to open as many musical doors as I can, with exciting and engaging works that reflect the diversity of our musical heritage and our lives, allowing the students to find the music that speaks to them. Music is important in developing the young mind. The ability to recognize rhythms and beat in music is a building block for the patterns that appear in language and mathematics. The opportunity for self-expression and pattern skills a young child learns in music class will be an important part of their entire lives.


Emily Ellen Gulati graduated from New Jersey City University with a Master of Music in Vocal Performance in 2015. She completed her Bachelor of Music at Barry University in Miami, Florida. While in Florida, she sang with the Miami Lyric Opera, Miami Music Festival, Colony Theater, the Band Shell Theater, the Cor Jesu Chapel, and interned with the Miami Jazz Cooperative. With 10 years of educational experience, she worked with Marshall University, producing the Huntington International Jazz Festival, where she was the Education Director, creating programs for students of all ages and abilities. She was a Preschool Coordinator for 8 years.