The Engagement Library

92% of K8 teachers want to be using more music

But you can’t take the time to find it and figure out what to do with it. Now, the huge benefits of music in memory retention, engagement during activities, and teaching the “whole child” are at your fingertips anytime you want them.

Introducing The Engagement Library!

Cultural Arts on Demand for PreK-8

Turn it on when it fits, then turn it off!

One click opens a world of 49 interactive, curriculum-based concerts and shorter bonus videos.

  • Enrich content areas
  • Engage every learning style
  • Enliven transition times
  • Provide meaningful lessons on days when you can’t teach

One click to use with Zoom, Google Classroom and other online teaching platforms!


"My kids love the videos!"

Kathy Joy, Classroom Teacher, Edgemere Elementary, Plainview TX

Choose Your Ideal Package

Every classroom, all year long - for the cost of one small assembly program (or less!)

Full Subscription

* Year-round access to all videos

* 49 full-length and bonus content videos

* 24/7/365 access for a full year

* Good for every classroom in your building

* Written responses to all student questions

* Monthly email with program highlights & suggestions

* Free access to any newly added programs


Deluxe Package

Everything from Full Subscription PLUS...

* A private online concert just for your school!

* Custom welcome video for your teachers


Check Out A Sampler Video!

Use this in the classroom with my compliments...


What's included in the library?

The Engagement Library contains 11 proven full-length concert videos on K-8 curriculum topics such as World Cultures, Immigration to America, Native Americans, Regions of the U.S., Colonial America, Neighborhoods and Communities, a PreK/K Singalong and lots more.

Also included in the library are 38 bonus content videos for enriching units, transition times, Black History Month, St. Patrick’s Day, and anytime you need a little musical fun.


Can we present this via Google Classroom, Zoom, etc?

Absolutely! Just pull up the website on any computer, log in using your school’s password (good for every teacher in your building), then share your screen on Google Classroom/Meet, Zoom or any other video meeting platform.

Can students use it at home?

Yep! Just choose a video you’d like them to access and send the link home along with the password to log in. Assign a full-length assembly program as homework, or a shorter song video or instrument demo to tie into a unit you’re covering (or just for fun).

Can we see a sample?

Of course!

I’ve posted a 30-minute sampler video above. Use it with students to see what these interactive videos can do for your classroom.

You can also head over to to see everything that’s included in the library and watch short previews of each full-length program.

How much does it cost and who can use it?

See the pricing section above – – my goal is to keep this as affordable as possible, so roughly the cost of one small assembly program gets you 12 months of engagement on a variety of topics. One purchase entitles every teacher in your building to use the library on an unlimited basis, even concurrently.

Any discount for multiple schools?

Absolutely. District pricing is available for Full and Deluxe Subscriptions, as follows:


2 schools  $357 per school
3-5 schools  $337 per school
6-10 schools  $307 per school
11+ schools  please inquire


2 schools  $377 per school
3-5 schools  $357 per school
6-10 schools  $327 per school
11+ schools  please inquire

Contact Dave directly to make arrangements by emailing dave “at”

Do you have teacher reviews?

Yes! Check out what your colleagues have been saying about these content-rich video programs right here.

About the Presenter

Dave Ruch is a Buffalo NY-based performer and teaching artist who has been extensively involved in the arts-in-education field since 1995, using music to teach core curriculum and inspire young learners.

Through school assemblies, workshops, residencies, and distance learning programs, he works with tens of thousands of students each year in preschool, primary, elementary, intermediate, middle and high school settings.

Ruch is also a Public Scholar for the New York Council for the Humanities and a contributor to the Huffington Post. His work has been featured on American Public Radio, NPR, PBS, and CBS Sunday Morning.

“Students said it felt like you were right in the room with us! They participated 100%.”
– Kate Tymeson, 3rd Grade Teacher, Guilderland Central School, Schenectady NY


Enrollment for paid subscriptions is open!

Accepted payment methods – – credit card, school check, or purchase order.

Just click “Buy Now” to be taken to the order form and select your ideal package.

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Have questions or looking for booking information? Call Dave at 716-998-2001, or send him a message below.