In this episode Isabelle tells us about her new bilingual book, The Fishing Song. Isabelle has used her unique background in Product Management, music, Mandarin, piano, and life to create this wonderful and accessible resource for young learners and musicians. Hear how it all came together in this episode.

Isabelle Engler has performed at and attended piano festivals in San Francisco, San Diego, New York, Tokyo, Paris, and Italy. Additionally, she’s worked with educators and artists as a collaborative pianist; her most recent works are the Fire Organ and Cymatics Sculpture, produced by Guerilla Science, and Andantino, a chamber music concert series designed for families. Experienced in working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, adults with intellectual disabilities and neurological impairments, and children with medical conditions in medical settings, Engler desires to use music to serve children and families. Isabelle is a Board Certified Music Therapist with an additional certification in NICU-MT based in Southlake, Texas. Her debut book Learning Songs with Colors: The Fishing Song was launched in July 2022. 

“Our auditory systems, our nervous systems, are tuned for music. Perhaps we are a musical species no less than a linguistic one.” – Oliver Sacks, The Power of Music

Find Isabelle online, on Instagram, and email her at hello@musicandtales.org

If you or someone you know is interested in being on the podcast, please email us at hello@musictherapychronicles.com


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