This interactive podcast allows smaller children to join the "Noodle Loaf Choir" in 12-minute chunks.

Timbre lads

This show, hosted by Dan Saks, a musician and music education professional (as well as a father), employs "echo songs" to engage children aged 6 and younger in singalongs that are themed in such a way that they provide both learning and fantastic rhythmic practice. This podcast, which has over 70 episodes in its back catalog, would be ideal for car rides with a particularly noisy child. Join Podcast Club on Facebook for more audio recommendations and debates.

The Wonderful Musical Podcast of David Walliams

The English comedian, children's author, and television personality David Walliams is the ideal host for this absolutely ridiculous yet nevertheless comprehensive excursion through classical music history. With the use of cartoonish images and ridiculous re-enactments from across the centuries of musical history, Walliams masterfully hooks his audience with historical adventures, presenting stories like the piano, Franz Liszt, and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. This 10-part series manages to fit a joke into every scene without looking forced, and it's a rare example of humor in a children's show that appeals to both children and adults. Every Sunday, tune in to an indie music hour aimed towards children yet with the feel of a local college radio station (one with age-appropriate subjects, lyrics and guest D. J. s. ). Each weekly episode is divided into "sets" and includes carefully selected music to help introduce your child to hip bands like They Might Be Giants and musicians like Andrew Bird, ensuring that your youngster remains engaged. If you have a budding DJ on your hands, check out “ The Saturday Morning Cereal Bowl,” which broadcasts twice a week from Chattanooga State Community College in Tennessee and features two hours of “kindie music from today to yesterday.”

The Kids' Music Podcast!

Your hosts, Mr. Henry and Mr. Fite, explain a different musical topic in each episode of our music education podcast. This podcast delves into the history, mechanics, and application of any musical topic imaginable, whether it's rock, jazz, or country music, or instruments like the trumpet and electric guitar. This podcast blends education and amusement with a joke of the day provided by young listeners and ridiculous shenanigans between the hosts. Interviews with artists, bands, composers, and songwriters are interspersed and kept at a level that keeps students interested and learning.

Win-win Music

Is it necessary to give your instrument a name? How do you control your stomach butterflies before a performance? What's more, how do you get instruments to sound like animals? Rebecca and Zara Lane, a mother-daughter pair, ask musical performers, composers, conductors, and young musicians all the pertinent topics concerning classical music learning and performance on this episode. Whether they're asking conductor Andrés González what he's doing when he waves his arms in front of the orchestra or composer Iman Habibi how he knows if his work will sound good before it's ever played, their interviews are always imbued with the unique fun and curiosity of a program created for and by kids. With pertinent musical interludes, silly sound effects, and an episodic game of "Pasta or Composer?" This show gives a weekly creative pleasure for young child starting their classical music adventure.