Eco-singer Remy Rodden—a bilingual, rich-voiced teacher and biologist – is committed to helping children learn about nature. He's a clever songwriter, deeply concerned about the environment, and his wholly entertaining show ignites both the young and the young at heart. Remy’s target is to inspire wonder and foster responsible action with his fun and poignant curriculum-connected songs. 

Remy’s many years as an adventurer, camp leader, educator and entertainer uniquely position him to delight family audiences. He draws on his experience of countless school presentations, travels and performances in all continents (yes, even Antarctica) and a wilderness life in Canada’s Yukon Territory. He has degrees in biology and environmental, outdoor, and experiential education and puts them to full use in his music!

Remy’s first family album Think About The Planet (1997) has proved an enduring classic, with songs about biodiversity, invasive species, and more. The song "What's That, Habitat?" is part of United Nations music compilation to celebrate the Earth Charter, and the title track is part of the Playlist for the Planet which includes artists like Raffi, Cockburn and Lightfoot. An adult album In The Hills was released in 2011. Remy has wrapped up production of his latest "not-for-kids-only" EnviroSongs album title Think About the Wild, and will be released in the near future.

Media mentions:

CBC News Yukon environmental educator taking his 'eco-songs' on the road

Radio-Canada Un fonctionnaire du Yukon se tourne vers la musique

Yukon News A musical environment: educator Remy Rodden to focus on music full-time

Alternatives Journal  Canadian Idols


 

Heroina Island, Antarctic Peninsula, 2011...with millions of penguin friends...as staff member with Students On Ice.

Heroina Island, Antarctic Peninsula, 2011...with millions of penguin friends...as staff member with Students On Ice.