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Program
Category
Description
Fee
Bromka, Sondra & John Erie Canal Tall Tale Writing Residency and Performance Event History,
Literature- Other,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Workshop participants will learn about the tradition of the 'Tall Tale,' and then work together to create their own original tale. This program draws upon the Erie Canal for theme and inspiration, and includes songs and dances that reflect our multicultural heritage. We conclude with a joint artist/student performance for the community, wherein participants perform their tale, songs, and dances as an integral part of the artists’ musical theatre performance piece '15 Years on the Erie Canal.' (see related program listings.) The finale performance will be geared towards family audiences, and includes participation for all who attend. It will feature music on the artists’ unusual collection of authentic historical instruments, including squeezeboxes, hurdy gurdy, hammered dulcimer, and more. All participating children will gain hands-on experience in a range of artistic disciplines, including writing, poetry, dance, music, and storytelling/theatre. Children will be exposed to actual Tall Tales of the Erie Canal Era; they will learn factual information about our county’s famous canal; about the era’s multicultural heritage.
$501- $1000
Willis, Audrey Spontaneous Creativity: Riffing on the Blues Music,
Performing Arts- Other
Children/Teens will learn how to write a blues song with the help of established musicians. Participants will collaborate to create traditional blues tunes and leave with an understanding of how music is created using standard blues formats. This program is good for libraries and senior centers at well as other institutions.
$351- $500
Haynes, Jeff Rhythm and All That Jazz History,
Music,
Performing Arts- Other
April is Jazz Appreciation Month You think you don’t like Jazz? Percussionist, Jeff Haynes presents a multi-genre musical showcase that gets his audience to listen closely and think again. “Rhythm and All That Jazz“ is more than just a performance of a Jazz band. It is a creative exploration of the genre and how it is part of the fabric of music that students hear on commercials, movies and around their families. Jeff and his network of talented professional musicians weave a performance and discussion of musical genres ranging from today’s chart toppers, to blues, classic R&B, to American folk. Students will enjoy a moving performance, while learning to hear and appreciate how many of the rhythmic patterns and musical elements trace back to jazz. Thus allowing students to listen to Jazz with a greater understanding and appreciation for the genre.
$501- $1000
Epstein Kravis, Anna It Takes All Colors To Make a Rainbow MULTI-CULTURAL Song & Puppetry Concert Multicultural- Other,
Music,
Performing Arts- Puppetry
Join Anna for multi-cultural fun and appreciation,in a show featuring highly interactive songs, stories, indigenous rhythm instruments, adorable multi-cultural puppets, LuLu the Singing Lama, sign language and lots more! Children have a chance to join Anna and be right in the show! Colorful cultural insights and stories create an appreciation of differences, and a sense of friendship, shared hopes and dreams, around the world.
$351- $500
Central Park Zoo, Wildlife Theater Wildlife Theater from the Central Park Zoo Nature- Environment,
Nature- Animals,
Performing Arts- Theater
Since 2001 Wildlife Theater has been traveling from the Central Park Zoo to schools, libraries, camps and community centers with their enchanting interactive theater experience. Our performances inspire kids to learn and care about our natural world. Programs include everything from pigs to penguins, and rain-forests to rivers. Using drama, puppetry, games and songs it is all about audience participation as an effective method of teaching environmental science for a fun and unique educational experience.Please visit our website for descriptions and a video of our programs.
$351- $500
Chambers, Trish Women At the Turn of the 20th Century 1880-1920 History,
Performing Arts- Other
At the turn of the century societies perception of women was in transition, due to the changes going on in the country. Technology, urbanization and immigration are driving changes in the social and economic status of women. The presentation discusses their advancement into the professions, arts and business. It discuses how women take the initiative to drive social change and innovative approaches to serious social issues like health, public welfare and suffrage while improving their own position in society.
$201- $350
Kumalo, Robbi Keep The Beat Multicultural- Other,
Music,
Performing Arts- Puppetry
Keep the Beat is multi-lingual world music concert featuring folk songs from around the globe with pulsating energy and interactivity. The emphasis of the concert is how people all over the world are connected by music, history, and daily interaction. Robbi K & Friends chant with you in Yoruba, hum Zulu folk songs like Mbube, dance to the Latin clavé rhythm, and sing in reggae style celebrating l’chaim; and the many things we have in common with each other. Robbi shares stories about her travels as a musician, and through call & response you'll find yourself singing in 5 different languages. Keep the Beat is a wonderful concert for festivals, schools, and main stage family programs. Children exposed to these songs will not only be singing them for many years to come but hopefully will be inspired to become loving and open-minded participants in the global community.
$351- $500
Schembri, Pamela Multicultural Tales Literature- Authors,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
With her keen sense of dialog, Pamela inhabits characters from many parts of the world. Students travel from one country to another, discovering how traditional folk tales connect us all. Favorites include The Magic Orange Tree and other Haitian tales, Anansi stories (including African, Jamaican and North American versions), native American tales, and extraordinary selections from Europe and Asia.
$351- $500
Cain, Candice The Woodsmen & The Fairy Performing Arts- Theater
A man tells a lie and is turned into a tree by a fairy until he can learn the value of honesty. This interactive play, based on one of Aesop's fables, will teach elementary-aged students the importance of telling the truth. Face painting afterwards!
$101- $200
Lynch, Robin Robin Lynch Aerialist Performing Arts- Other
Professional, unique, & captivating....Robin Lynch, Aerialist available to perform nationally and internationally for Festivals, Weddings, Corporate Events, Universities, Camps, Bar/Bat Mitzvahs, Sweet Sixteens, Children's Parties, Halloween Parties, New Year's Eve Parties, Private Parties & Night Clubs. References available upon request. My company is fully insured, registered and carries a three million dollar liability insurance policy through Specialty Insurance Agency. I have performed at Big Sky Works in Brooklyn, the Bindlestiff Open Stage Variety Show, The Cliffs At Valhalla, the Paterson Art Walk 2012 and 2013, the Bard and Busk Festival in Roxbury, NY, Nimham Mountain Music Festival, Mount Vernon Relay For Life, The Out-Fit Challenge, The Pleasantville Music Festival, Woman Fest, Farm Fest 2013, Bellmore Family Street Festival 2013, The Cauliflower Festival, Hudson Opera House's Winter Walk, Carnifest 3, Chashama Gala, See Me Takeover After-Party, Gateway Counseling Center Street Festival, Conference House Halloween Extravaganza, First Night Hartford and at private parties and fundraisers. I have also worked with the celebrity event planning firm Ed Libby, Chezzam Event Group and Great Neck Games and Productions.
$351- $500
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