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Performer
Program
Category
Description
Fee
Novogrodski, Marvin Circus Arts Workshop Health & Fitness- Other,
Performing Arts- Clowning,
Performing Arts- Juggling
Learn how to juggle scarves, balls, clubs, spin plates, walk on stilts, tame the rhythm sticks, twirl rings, and discover your own balancing skills in Marvelous Marvin's Circus Arts Workshop. Marvelous Marvin gives easy-to-do lessons which makes his workshop accessible for children and adults. Great for gym classes, fairs, festivals. I provide all equipment necessary.
$501- $1000
Forsyth, Sondra Firebird: Middle/High School Version Performing Arts- Dance
"Firebird: Middle/High SchoolVersion" is a residency for middle or high school students. The ballet has original choreography and a story line by Sondra Forsyth based on a Russian fairy tale. Teaching Artists conduct workshops with up to 100 young people, any combination of grades K-5. The residency culminates in a costumed performance. We have a valid NYC DOE requirements contract and we are eligible for Suffolk County BOCES and P/NW BOCES funding. Private schools and some public schools use PTA funds.
$3001+
Bromka, Sondra & John Christmas Musical Folk Traditions Around the World & Across Time History,
Multicultural- Other,
Performing Arts- Dance
The evocative sounds of the arraye of rare historic and folk musical instruments will lead you into the nooks and crannies of France, Spain, Germany, Italy, and the British Isles in a celebration of Christmas traditions in many lands. From festive tunes for dance and procession, to evocative ballads and songs for chorusing - this rich and festive holiday musical program features seasonal aires, songs, and traditions. Instruments include the hurdy gurdy, French and Northumbrian bagpipes, Celtic harp, Swedish nykleharpa, Irish pennywhistle, and much more.
$351- $500
Mad Science, Mad Science of Long Island Marvels of Motion (Show) Other,
Performing Arts- Other,
Science
Isaac Newton would be proud! Come explore his laws of motion with us in this abundantly engaging physics performance. Observe the power of all sorts of forces including gravity, centrifugal force, inertia and much more. Then we will harness the power of these forces together to create astonishing jetpacks and even a rocket-propelled car! This Mad Science show is sure to please everyone and inspire more imaginative learning in all of our audience members!
$351- $500
Shimeta, Kathleen Life, Love, Song! A Visit with Gena Branscombe Literature- Poetry,
Music,
Performing Arts- Theater
This show is a tribute to an inspiring composer whose life and work were well in advance of her time. A one-woman retrospective of Miss Branscombe's life showcases the romantic beauty of her exceptional music. A performance full of family entertainment, enchantment and inspiration! Composer Gena Branscombe was a leading figure in American classical music from 1905 until her death in 1977. Her richly melodic, award-winning body of work includes over 150 art songs, chamber music, choral works and piano compositions. An integral part of New York City and State musical life in her time, Miss Branscombe was also the founder and leader of the Branscombe Choral, with an illustrious career that included performing and conducting for kings, presidents and the celebrated figures of her time.
$501- $1000
LaRue, Michele Tales Well Told: a repertoire of stories from America's Gilded Age, inc.: History,
Literature- Other,
Performing Arts- Theater
TALES WELL TOLD, a rich repertoire of vibrant short-story performances from America's Gilded Age, illuminates a variety of themes. Modern audiences recognize themselves and their own familiar dilemmas in those of our ancestors—history comes alive. Despite TV and films, the Internet and special effects, we still crave to simply listen to a story well told. With their powerful verbs, evocative adjectives, and rich dialects, these vintage tales were written to be read aloud. TALES authors include: Humorists Mark Twain, O. Henry, H. C. Bunner, Bret Harte; Local colorists Kate Chopin, Elsie Singmaster, Mary E. Wilkins Freeman, Sarah Orne Jewett, Alice Brown; Midwesterners Elia Peattie, Edith Wyatt, Edna Ferber; New Englanders Dorothy Canfield Fisher, Edith Wharton. The TALES WELL TOLD repertoire appeals to a wide variety of audiences (H.s. to adult)and interests. Sponsors consult with the actress to find the perfect stories to match their events—from Women’s History Month to Halloween, summer vacation to December holidays. =It’s difficult to find the words to describe the wonder of what you do! You transported us totally to another time, another place, and filled our lives with new friends.= -- Livingston Public Library, New Jersey
$201- $350
Haynes, Jeff Percussion from Around the World Multicultural- Other,
Music,
Performing Arts- Other
We listen to music each day and hear percussive rhythms that we move to, but can’t begin to identify or place their origin. This workshop will give students a chance to see, hear and play percussion instruments from all corners of the world. To develop a series for a residency or monthly events, this workshop can be combined with any of the following topics: *Percussion from Around the World *Drum History/Culture Series *Careers in the Music Industry Series *Percussive Art Workshop *Literature in Motion Series *Coloring Music with Percussive Instruments *Rhythm in Everyday Life *An Inside Look at a Recording Studio *Band Dynamics: The Chemistry Behind the Groove *Exploring Genres in Music Concert Series
$1001- $3000
merwin, chris popular songs of the last 50 years by Chris Merwin Music,
Performing Arts- Other
Oldies and standards performed on electric guitar and vocals. A wonderful mix of old classics including Sinatra, Nat Cole, Temptations, Elvis, Stevie Wonder, the Beatles, and more. Can also include classic reggae and calypso with the steel drum. Realistic sounding backing tracks of bass and drums are used making me sound just like a full band. All tracks are played in the proper style of each song and nothing sounds fake or synthesized.
$351- $500
Keeffe Schwartzman, Gigi BUGS & BOOKS: A MUSICAL JOURNEY Music,
Nature- Animals,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Great for 2008 Summer Reading Theme. Includes original call & response song of the African Story THE CATERPILLAR'S TALE with gathering drum and props and puppets. The song BUTTERFLY written for the Bronx Zoo's Butterfly Blast and related Native American tales. Songs/stories/games about Bees/Ants and other insects and related books.
$351- $500
Van Egmond, Timothy The Wonder Underground Multicultural- Other,
Music,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Have your summer readers “shovel into” an exciting adventure with a lively participatory program of multicultural folk tales and songs about digging, gardening and going underground! Stories include “How Br’er Rabbit Outsmarted the Frogs” (by getting them to dig a deep grave for a seemingly dead Br’er Raccoon), “Talk” (coming very unexpectedly from some yams in a West African garden), and “Todo O Nada – All Or Nothing” (a spooky story about a hidden treasure cave). Songs include “Ground Hog,” “I Wish I Was A Mole In The Ground,” and “The Garden Song.” Tim’s dramatic style of voice, movement, and facial expression brings stories to life, and his gift of encouraging participation makes for high-spirited and engaging programs. He’ll accompany songs with guitar, mountain dulcimer, and conga drum. A program bibliography will be available so that books containing the stories can be on display, and Tim will recommend them in the program to celebrate and encourage reading. Tim Van Egmond has been delighting and captivating audiences all over the country for over 25 years. He has been selected for the New England States Touring Program, and the New Hampshire State Library's "Kid, Books, and the Arts" Project.
$351- $500
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