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Performer
Program
Category
Description
Fee
Hill Brothers, The Across New York State History,
Music
This program focuses on music and folklore from New York State's history with a special emphasis on the Erie Canal. The Hill Brothers use humor, great songs from the period and lots of audience participation in this fun-filled musical trip across the state. Perfectly complements 4th and 7th grade New York State social studies curriculum, yet fun enough for all grades to enjoy.
$501- $1000
Lester, Mary Scotland through the Centuries via Celtic Harp and Song History,
Music,
Other
Scotland's history and legend will be experienced through its music. Mary leads the exploration via her harps; her rich voice gives song and narrative. This program has been presented for Rochester's Scottish Heritage Society's Tartan Day workshops, to libraries, and to museums. Song samples - Wild Mountain Thyme, Loch Lomond, Gathering of the Clans, Annie Laurie, Scotland the Brave. More Information can be found on Mary's web site celticharpandsong.com.
$101- $200
Ruch, Dave Just For Fun History,
Music
Dave brings along his banjo, guitar, bones, spoons, washboard and jaw harp for a special program full of musical fun. Audience members will delight in seeing and learning a bit about these instruments up close while enjoying some great participatory songs performed on each. Expect singalongs, movement songs, laughter, guessing games, even a few cartoon themes.....some audience members may even be invited to come up on stage and join in the fun with Dave! Dozens of library references.
$351- $500
Domestic, Violin Domestic Violin Music
A local duo plays old-time fiddler tunes, some Cajun tunes, some French Canadian, Scottish, Irish, and bluegrass music, waltzes, polkas, reels, jigs, hornpipes, etc. Classical and/or seasonal music also available upon request. Violinist Mark Weeg is accompanied on piano by Kathy Wilkins. See 6 little clips of Domestic Violin on Youtube.
$101- $200
Walsh, FARMER TOM WALSH and tiger tom CORN-TASTIC WITH FARMER TOM WALSH SONG STORIES Life Skills- Other,
Music,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Corn-Tastic - We learn about the many uses of Corn in today’s world. We learn the science and benefits, to the world, Corn brings and how we can all be the future, through education, of discovery. Farmer Tom Walsh, during his program, will distribute agriculture and farm related STICKERS to the fair goers. BEE ON THE FARM: Farmer Tom Walsh’s program has an agricultural theme that begins with a fun and educational story and then song on the life of bees. During the show everyone will gain an appreciation for the importance of bees in agriculture production. Bee My Friend: Everyone will gain an appreciation for the importance of bees in agriculture production. Cooperation with and respect for others (Dignity for All Students Act) is available for Elementary grade levels with his original story, The wooly bully bee, is a story of a bee that is misunderstood and everyone helps to tell the tale! Performance Preparation: Activities can include curriculum requirement, cooperation with others, farming, vegetables, recycling, nutrition, safety, history and music.
$351- $500
Ellison, Emily Sing Me a Story, Read Me a Song Music,
Music,
Music
SING ME A STORY, READ ME A SONG! ($300 per program) (An NY and Queens Public Library and school favorite) Children ages 0 - 5 and their caregivers will dive into the wonderful world of picture books by singing and exercising their physical, social and emotional and intellectual minds as they use music to increase their alphabetic knowledge, initial letter sound knowledge, rhyming abilities, print awareness pre-reading skills.Participants will: dance, march, stomp, skip, hop, bend, stretch, sway, clap, tap, sing a song and bang a gong and use props like scarves, parachutes, streamers, balls, to explore movement and space. They will shake and strike bells, shakers, drums and all the traditional children’s percussion and explore sound and rhythms, timbre, volume, pitch, and tempo sing a great variety of traditional early childhood and nursery rhyme songs and begin and end each class with the same “hello” and “goodbye” songs.
$201- $350
Wilson, Judy Aboriginal Clap Sticks History,
Music,
Visual Arts- Crafts
The traditional music of indigenous Australians holds a lot of meaning to their culture. Music is used to teach about nature, everyday tasks, and history all learned by imitation and passed on without the written word. We will decorate them with traditional dot painting. Listen and play along to this time-honored sound. 4th grade thru Adults!
$201- $350
Abbate, Concetta Concetta Abbate Vocalist and Violinist Music
Concetta Abbate’s performance fuses smooth jazz vocals with strings. Songs are a mix of American Jazz Classics and newly composed pieces. This live show has been performed in venues diverse as the United Nations, NYU, The MTA Music Under New York Program, The Rubin Art Museum and Queens-Flushing Public Library. Concetta Abbate is a violinist, composer and teaching artist in New York City. After a childhood dedicated to classical training Concetta became interested in jazz. Her most recent album which explores themes of was released on Waterbug Records in February 2015. She was a visiting composer in residence at TAKT gallery in Berlin this past winter 2015. She is musical director of a one room schoolhouse in Brooklyn called Teacup Music and is currently pursuing graduate studies in Music and Music education at Columbia University. For more information you can visit her website: www.concettaabbate.com
$201- $350
Lienhard, Marco Taikoza, Japanese Festival Drums and dance Multicultural- Other,
Music,
Performing Arts- Dance
Taikoza presents a unique and exciting program using Japanese Taiko drums (that weigh up to 200lb drums) and bamboo flutes. The program will take you on an unforgettable journey through Japan. It will take students to different areas and through the seasons of Japan. Students will be experiencing a new culture in a fun and exciting way, they will get a chance to see and at times touch the ancestral drums. The taiko drum has the power to touch everyone with its thunderous sounds and vibrations. Taikoza hopes to open the students’ eyes to the richness of the Japanese culture and spark an interest. We hope that this will spark an interest in other world cultures. Taiko has been associated with many aspects of Japanese culture since ancient times. It is said that Taiko was used to drive away the plague and evil spirits. In the Shinto religion, it was used to call upon and entertain the gods, or kami, and in Japanese Buddhism, its sound was the manifestation of the voice of the Buddha.
$501- $1000
Person, Eric The songs you know and love Music
For over thirty years, Eric Person has been committed to composing, recording and performing contemporary American music. He plays the alto and soprano saxophones and flute and is featured as a leader and sideman on more than 50 recordings. His broad range of experience performing and recording with the likes of Dave Holland, McCoy Tyner, Chico Hamilton, John Hicks, Houston Person, and Donald Byrd and many others have all contributed greatly to his personal alto and soprano sound and his skills as an arranger and composer. Russ Musto of the New York Jazz Record stated "Person is more then fine; he's a major talent of his generation." http://www.ericperson.com
$201- $350
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