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The Honesty Pill Podcast

Dec 7, 2020

My guest today is an award-winning recording artist, performer and children’s music specialist Ellen Allard.

We cover a lot of ground in this one, including Ellen’s awesome presentation advice about staying flexible in the moment and not being afraid to let go of the script. So basically if anyone out there is talking or teaching or connecting with an audience, your going to want to hear this.

Other topics today will include:

  • Uncovering a long lost Yiddish opera
  • A quick lesson on Orff rhythm pneumatics that you and your kids can use right now,
  • What it was like for Ellen to grow up studying piano with a certified Russian princess…what?

And, do you want a quick Yiddish lesson? Of course you do–––the Honesty Pill podcast has you covered.

We even have a visit from a few of Ellen’s favorite puppets, and even though you won’t be able to see it…trust me, it was awesome.

Alright––let’s dig in to my interview with Ellen Allard.


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About Ellen:

ELLEN ALLARD, a multi-award-winning Recording Artist, Performer, Music Educator, Composer, and Confidence Coach, is one of the most sought after performers in Jewish music. With a strong commitment to nurturing community through music, Ellen has a unique, charismatic, charming, and heartwarming way of inviting audiences to join in playful singing, whether she is performing a concert, presenting a workshop, or conducting her interactive, engaging worship services for young children through senior citizens.

Ellen holds a BA in music from Boston University and a Master’s in education from Arcadia University. She is a certified holistic health coach, baby/toddler yoga teacher, Kidding Around Yoga and Yoga Yeladim teacher, and Rhythm ‘n’ Ruach teacher. She lives in Boston, MA and has two daughters and sons-in-law who have blessed her with six grandchildren and one rambunctious grand-dog. If asked, she will extoll the virtues of eating dark chocolate daily.