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Ransom, Stanley Songs of Lake Champlain History,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Songs of Lake Champlain, from the earliest Native American to the most recent. Songs about Champ, the Lake Champlain Monster, picking berries, shipwrecks, the islands of Lake Champlain, history, Battles on Lake Champlain, ice rescues, etc. Fun songs to sing along. Stories about Lake Champlain, Vermont, the Adirondacks.
$201- $350
Levin, Yosi Rockin' Hannukah! History,
Multicultural- Other,
A rockin' family concert in Hebrew & English sing-along with traditional songs for the Festival of Lights, as well as Yosi's own original music. Full band concert!
$1001- $3000
LeBlanc, Michelle 1950's JAZZ: Bop, Cool, R&B History,
Performing Arts- Other
1950s JAZZ: Bop, Cool, R&B This show features songs by Miles Davis, Dave Brubeck, Ray Charles as well as popular jazz standards written in the 1950s.
$501- $1000
Hibbard, Kate One World, Many Sounds Music,
Performing Arts- Storytelling,
The Museum of Science and Technology (MOST) in Syracuse, NY offers traveling science shows throughout Onondaga county and beyond. As part of the 2011 Summer Reading Program, the MOST put together a special show called One World, Many Sounds. The presenter, Dustin Angell, brought a number of musical instruments from around the world and used them to talk about the science of sound and music. Dustin played the guitar, both Middle Eastern and African hand drums, small percussion instruments, and a few types of ethnic flutes. Dustin used audience participation, science demonstrations, music, and storytelling to create an engaging and fun educational experience for the children. The MOST also performs traveling science shows with a variety of topics throughout the year at schools, hospitals, camps, scout meetings, and libraries.
$101- $200
Black, Marc American Children Music,
Nature- Environment
The line between songs for kids and songs for adults disappears in this program. Marc's sense of humor and his ability to make his audience feel good about themselves seems to have no age limits. You'll experience all kinds of songs; one about Marc's love of his dog, another about the importance of picking up the litter. You'll hear original songs that Marc has sung at peace rallies with Pete Seeger as well as some surprising sing-alongs from the sixties like Wooly Bully and the Beatles', Help. Marc composed the song, American Children, originally sung by Richie Havens. It was the title track to an album that he produced. It won the American Library Association award for the Best Children's Album and the title track was featured for several years as the opening song on WBAI radio's children's hour.
$351- $500
TheatreworksUSA, - Page Turner Adventures' THE MIXED UP FAIRY TALE Music,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
In this musical show, the audience must convince Red Riding Hood to give up her cape, discover the secret under grandma’s bed, climb a beanstalk and meet a REAL GIANT! Page Turner Adventures features Riley Roam as the “World Famous Storyologist”, Page Turner, and former Ringling Bros. clown Kenny Mikey, as her slapstick sidekick. This Emmy Award winning duo has wowed countless children all over the country at theaters and festivals. Their antics and one-of-a-kind style of educational entertainment are always a hit with audiences.
$1001- $3000
Griffith, Tom I Choose You Music,
Award-winning singer/songwriters Tom Griffith and Martha Trachtenberg been together for 30 years and have been married for 27 of them. They have chronicled the ups and downs of their relationship in their beautifully crafted music. Whether singing about the unexpected or the mundane, their songs are in turn funny and moving, and ultimately reveal universal truths about life and marriage.
$201- $350
Scharman, Nadine Chasing Rainbows Multicultural- Other,
Performing Arts- Puppetry
Take a world tour with storytelling, music and puppetry with Nadine Scharman and her troubadors of this multicultural interactive performance. Children learn phrases from different languages, play their bodies as rhythmic instruments, dance, and sing to new and familiar children's songs. The storytelling will give the children a look into what makes people feel good inside themselves by doing what they love to do. The presentation will future children's songs by Nadine Scharman and taken from the public domain. Frere Jacque, London Bridge, Ouagadougou, The kite song and many more. Beautiful illustrations by Suzanne Muecke are seen on stage. The Long Island Philharmonic recently presented shows on Long Island with their Children's Performances. A new cast with a child actor can be seen all over the New York area.
$501- $1000
Clough, Geoff 3 Blonde Singers of the '50's History,
This program is a musical history of the songs and lives of 3 Blonde Singers from the 1950's: Patti Paige, Peggy Lee and Doris Day. Program is fill with hit songs from their careers and fun historical facts from their personal lives. Here are a few of the songs: Patti Page: You Belong To Me, How Much Is That Doggie, Old Cape Cod Peggy: Fever, Woman Doris Day: Sentimental Journey, Please Don't Eat The Daisies and many more. Geoff Clough: Keyboard/Piano Cyndi Kingsley: Vocalist
$101- $200
Tranchina, Gabriele Jazz goes to Hollywood Music
Listen to songs that were made popular through Hollywood movies and became Jazz favorites. Be transferred to films like Casablanca with the song “As time goes by” Breakfast at Tiffanies with Henry Mancini’s “Moon River”, Black Orpheus with “ Manha de Carnaval” and many more.
$201- $350
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