Pam Donkin

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About Pam Donkin

Pam Donkin is an award-winning children's performer and children's recording artist on the acclaimed children's record label A Gentle Wind and has appeared nationally in concerts, schools, libraries, and on television and radio. Her music has been licensed to various projects including Scholastic, Inc, and video soundtracks and her video Music is Magic has been broadcast on The Learning Channel. She makes her home on the San Francisco Peninsula and is host of the children's television show, Kaleidoscope Kids, airing on Peninsula TV, on 17 cable channels.

Adding to her two award-winning CD's for families, with Magical Music Express, "Music is Magic" and "Friendship Stew", she has a solo CD for babies, toddlers, Preschoolers and Kindergartners called "A Hop, Skip and a Jump" released January 2007, that has won 4 national awards including a Parents' Choice Award.

In addition to offering interactive and educational school assembly programs, library programs, artist residencies & workshops for teachers, Pam directs "Pam Donkin's Children's Chorus", age 5-8, in Atherton CA, and is a registered Music Together® teacher, and licensed Director, working with caregivers on how to enhance and nurture their child's musical development. Pam is married with three grown children who are all accomplished musicians.

Pam's music has received 7 National Awards:
     Parents' Choice Approved Award - A Hop, Skip, and a Jump
     Creative Child Magazine Seal of Excellence - A Hop, Skip, and a Jump
     Children's Music Web Awards 2007, Best Recording for Babies
     and Toddlers - A Hop, Skip, and a Jump
     Children's Music Web Awards 2007, Best Recording for Preschoolers
     - A Hop, Skip, and a Jump
     Children's Music Web Awards 2004, Best Song for Younger Children -
     "EWOP" - Friendship Stew
     Children's Music Web Awards 2004, Classic Recording for Preschoolers
      - Music is Magic
     Film Advisory Board Award of Excellence - Friendship Stew

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