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To my Care Facility friends, I would like to say, Oh, how I miss you and love you. I miss being able to sing to you. I miss the fun we had when we sang together --- and danced the Conga in our chairs! I will be back with you as soon as it's safe and your homes are open again...
Mother Earth's Song
for Earth Day
All About Lalie
Lalie ("LAH-lee") Madriguera is a performer, singer, songwriter and great-grandmother. She is the creator of the live musical children's show “Flash!Bam!Alakazam!™,” the reminiscence program “Tea Time with Lalie™” for the Alzheimer's and elder communities, and “Swing to Samba™” for general audiences to celebrate the music of the Great American Songbook. She has produced and performed hundreds of shows in the Greater New York City area and in Fairfield County, Connecticut.
Lalie now resides in Decorah, Iowa and continues to share her voice with the elder residents of nursing homes and memory care facilities in NE Iowa and SE Minnesota.
Lalie's father, the Barcelona born late Enrique Madriguera, was a child prodigy of the classical violin turned big band leader and was instrumental in bringing Latin American music to the United States in the 1920s. Her late aunt, Paquita Madriguera, a child prodigy of the classical piano, married classical guitarist, the late Andres Segovia.