In December of 1992, Sue was a Special Agent of the FBI. When
her daughter Jamie was born, Sue took a few months off to enjoy motherhood and lots of hilly walks.
She also took out her guitar and sang and played for Jamie. In 1994 after 14 years as an agent, Sue turned in her badge and she and her family moved to Colorado. She also decided she wanted to go "back to music" and start a children's music business.
That was great news to Sue's Mom, a former librarian, because Sue had sung at her Mom's library in Malden, Massachusetts, over 25 years ago.

In the summer of 1994, Sue contacted local preschools and began doing shows. In September 1994, soon after the birth of Becky, Sue began teaching a music
and movement classes in Boulder. Now she teaches and performs throughout Northern Colorado.

Sue's songs are published by Tooth Fairy Publishing. Sue and Tooth Fairy Publishing are members of ASCAP.


Sue Schnitzer is a singer, songwriter, musician, and teacher who specializes in music for children. Sue presented her first programs for children over twenty-five years ago at libraries in the Boston, Massachusetts area. She has been teaching music and movement classes for infants and children and performing throughout northern Colorado since 1994.

Teaching and Performance Experience
Sue has performed at the Boulder Creek Festival; Boulder Farmer?s Market; Boulder Fourth of July Kid?s Parade; Chautauqua Community House; Swallow Hill Music Association; Lafayette Library; Longmont Library; Denver Public Library; Aurora South Library; Children?s Museum of Denver; Collage Children?s Museum; and elementary schools, preschools and daycare centers throughout the Boulder/Denver area.
In March 2001, Sue received a grant from the Arts and Humanities Assembly of Boulder County to present concerts for young children in April 2001.

Sue has four award winning CDs. "Wiggle and Whirl, Clap and Nap" and "Wiggle and Whirl contain songs and fingerplays for infants and young children. "Boo, Cackle, Trick or Treat" (released in Japan as "Halloween Hits") and "Wheeeeeeeeee" are for children age 3-8.

"The LIbrary Song" won a People's Choice Award and third place in the children's/holiday/novelty category at the Mountain Valley Arts Festival in 2004.

Sue has produced the highly successful "Fantastic
Fridays" concerts series for children at Chautauqua Park in Boulder for over 5 years.

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over 30 days ago to Sue Schnitzer

Very nice

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Silas Wren
over 30 days ago

Nice one

over 30 days ago to Sue Schnitzer

great music

over 30 days ago to Sue Schnitzer

My students always love this song! I work with english language learners overseas in a Kindergarten level classroom, so it's great for releasing energy before sitting on the carpet as well as for following directions.

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