Enthusiastic Educational
for Schools
& Libraries

With Enthusiasm At The Core!

When I travel to different places, I work to bring my enthusiasm for life into each setting. Whether I'm at a library, nursing home, school or sitting 'round a campfire, I share my love
music and positive energy with everyone
in the audience.  

I sing and speak about love, life and the pursuit of 'musicalness!'  I play a variety of instruments and weave themes of character education, the creative process, and self expression into each of my programs.  I often personalize my programs to include a song written just for that audience!   


Bloomin' Music 1 & 2 (Preschool, K, 1)
Instrument Explorers 1 & 2 (Preschool, K,1)
Inner Voice  - Loving Choice  (K-3)
Begin With the End in Mind  (K-4) 
We are ALL Composers 1 & 2 (K-5)
Songs of Colorado (4th)
Campfire Songs for All Ages (All ages) 

Have something specific in mind for a program?  Just ask!  
I can work with you to create a program that meets your needs. 

Wow, what a fun music lesson we accidentally ran into at our library today! This music workshop was put on by Heather with Enthusic Music Company and it was absolutely amazing.I was super impressed with Heather and how she managed to teach a bunch of kids that she’s never met before. My son loves to move around and she had his attention the entire time and trust me that’s a task! Heather works very well with kids. She’s super organized, enthusiastic, passionate and you can tell she has teaching experience by her lessons. We can’t wait to attend more events put on by Heather!
— Tania Choquehuanca Bibbo, Parent, Sam Gary Library Program
Heather’s knowledge as a certified music teacher, along with her passionate energy and gentle spirit with the kids made this one of the best library programs we’ve ever hosted. Parents and children alike were very impressed with the skills Heather taught them. I can’t wait to have her back again!
— Becki Loughlin, Erie Community Librarian
Fast paced, lively and valuable music instruction for everyone!
— Kristin Grabarek, Schlessman Family Branch Library