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ramos, alfonso Bass Fiddle Faddle Music
This is a workshop for those interested on the role the Doublebass/String Bass plays in the different types of music and it's effects to not just to support the foundation of the music but as a Solo instruments in todays multitude of programming from Classical, Blues,Latin/Salsa and Jazz. The workshop will touch on techniques using the Bow and Pizzicato as well as demonstration of recordings and brief history.
Up to $100
Science, Wondergy SoundScience Disability Awareness,
Experience music and sound as you’ve never seen or felt it before! Turn your voice into a giant laser show. Play with unique instruments, including a Laser Harp and a PVC Xylophone, and get tickled with sound with a huggable speaker. Learn about hearing loss and other ways Deaf people can still experience sounds. TOPICS: Waves, pitch, volume, sound in air, harmony, adding waves, filtering waves, human speech. A hands-on activity making working speakers can finish-up this show!
$351- $500
Linthwaite, Dara Rock-a-Bye Baby: Lullabies for Little Ones Life Skills- Parenting,
These sessions are most appropriate for caregivers and their youngest babies, usually from birth to nine months, or prewalkers. Miss Dara begins each session with simple songs that encourage parent/infant interaction. After so much activity, babies and grownups alike are ready to settle down to some serious cuddling while they listen to Miss Dara sing traditional and modern lullabies to gentle guitar accompaniment. Parents will learn child development information before the songs so they can understand the value of these simple and loving musical interactions with their babies enough so they will want to continue singing at home.
$101- $200
Ruch, Dave Live In Concert - The Canal Street String Band! History,
The Canal Street String Band performs good-time music on banjo, fiddle, twin mandolins, dobro, string bass, guitar and more, with stellar three-part harmonies. Cowboy songs...sea shanties...western swing...fiddle tunes...old-time mountain music...and originals too! Perfect for multi-generational audiences. The musicianship is outstanding, the songs are infectious, and the humor makes everyone feel right at home. Visit the website for video clips, reviews and more.
$351- $500
Mankita, Jay Home Sweet Home - Build A Better World 2017! Music,
Nature- Environment,
Performing Arts- Other
Build a more sustainable world with Jay Mankita's fun, interactive songs on reducing, reusing, recycling, and renewing, plus composting, anti-littering, and groundwater awareness. Serious topics, framed in fun! An exciting mix of material featuring Jay’s guitar and keyboard, After 2,000 performances throughout the Northeast, Jay is ready to rock, enrich, and inspire with his eco-friendly show! This concert is great for all-age audiences, and as in all Playful Earth concerts, there is nothing 'juvenile' here; older kids and parents/caregivers will love the show.
$351- $500
Inzirillo, Joseph Remember then vocal group Music
A self contained vocal group with state of the art sound equipment using musical tracks to accompany their vocal performance and deliver a great oldies show with the music we all relate to from the 50's & 60's . A show you will all enjoy with memories of some great years and good times.
$351- $500
Bromka, Sondra & John Musical Traditions of Ireland & Other Celtic Lands History,
Performing Arts- Dance
The Bromkas have been performing concerts of traditional Celtic music as a duo for the past 25 years, gathering a rich and varied repertoire, and acquainting eager audiences with the traditions and mysteries found within that heritage. For the Celts, music and mythology are closely intertwined, with potent images evoked on the traditional instruments including fiddle, harp, hammered dulcimer, squeezeboxes, pennywhistle, bodhran (Irish frame drum.) Of special interest are John’s collection of different bagpipes, representing several Celtic traditions. To complement the Irish, the artists share favorite music within the Welsh, Manx, Breton, Scottish, and Galician Celtic traditions.
$351- $500
Family entertainment on Guitar, Banjo, Harmonica and Vocals. Songs like: Purple People Eater, Rock Around The Clock, Twist and Shout, Blue Suede Shoes. A fun time for dancing for kids of all ages and adults. See
$351- $500
TheatreworksUSA, - YARINA: REMEMBRANCES OF ECUADOR Multicultural- Native American,
Nature- Environment
Dressed in native outfits, Yarina sings in three languages including their native Kichwa, Spanish and English and plays over twenty different indigenous instruments. This hauntingly beautiful and immensely appealing program combines music, stories and dance to transport their audience to the Andes
$1001- $3000
Rosenberg, Paul Dance the World Around! History,
Multicultural- Other,
Your audience can try their hand at folk dancing, and kick up their heels to live fiddle music, just like people did in the 18th and 19th century before electricity! Enjoy a tradition of community dancing and music handed down from generation to generation and that is still going on in many communities. We play music and get everyone involved – from ages 3 to 103 — especially those who have not danced before, in easy-to-learn American barn dance favorites: circles, squares, contras, as well as international folk (Irish, Dutch, African, Chinese, Korean, Latin American, Russian, Israeli, French, and more) dances. While participation in the dancing is encouraged — and it’s hard to sit still — it’s fun to just listen to the music and watch too! The “Dance the World Around” includes a sit-down period to talk about the dancing, music, instruments, and cultures. We play tunes, sing songs, and teach about the origins of traditional folk instruments including the fiddle, modern and gourd banjo, mandolin, flute, penny whistle, clarinet, guitar, recorder, ukulele, hu lu si (Chinese wind instrument), percussion, and more. More information and video at this link: and
$351- $500
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