Partner Spotlight: Susan Salidor

The Children’s Music Network is honored and grateful for the support of our wonderful Business Sponsors and Non-Profit Partners. This series is meant to shed a little more light on what they do.

Susan Salidor
Susan Salidor

1. What is your mission?

I don’t think of myself as having a mission, like I believe the United Nations has a mission. I would like to think I help children be music makers and to know that they are, in a manner of speaking, born that way.

2. How do you apply it practically?

I try to make music with children as much as possible and to write songs with children’s best interests in mind.

3. Why did you choose to partner with CMN?

I believe in CMN’s mission with all my heart and being a business sponsor is one way to put my money where my mouth is.

4. What song from your own childhood do you still sing regularly?

If you mean children’s songs from my childhood, The ABC Song is still big in my life, but now I do it in a thousand creative ways, thanks to the ideas of my fellow CMNers.  My childhood was filled with jazz music, torch songs and musical theatre, so I still sing and listen to that music.

5. What is your official dance move?

Twisting and wiggling ’til the cows come home.  I do a lot of twisting and wiggling which, in the children’s music world, count as dance.

To learn more about Susan Salidor, click here.