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Performer
Program
Category
Description
Fee
Didgeridoo, Down Under Didgeridoo Down Under: Australian Music - Education - Entertainment! Multicultural- Other,
Music,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Didgeridoo Down Under is a high-energy, Australia-themed show that combines music, culture, puppetry, comedy, character building, storytelling and audience participation. The didgeridoo, usually a hollow tree trunk, has been played by Aboriginal Australians for at least 1,500 years, and is known for its otherworldly sound. But DDU is more than music. It’s interactive, educational, motivational and super fun for all ages!
$351- $500
P., L. Authentic Meditation Health & Fitness- Other,
Life Skills- Other,
Multicultural- Other
What is MEDITATION? How would you like to explore the ancient healing art of Meditation firsthand through guided meditations borrowed from diverse spiritual traditions around the globe? I am a Certified Kripalu Yoga Teacher, Meditation Teacher & Healer. The ancient healing arts are my greatest joy in life, and I desire to share my expertise and passion with you! I invite you to come with me on an amazing journey of exploration of meditation in this unique series of workshops.
$101- $200
Conrad, Bob A Magical Approach to Geography Multicultural- Other,
Performing Arts- Magic,
Performing Arts- Theater
This highly entertaining and educational school assembly program is really an introduction to geography and the world we live in. Your students will take a magical journey to all seven continents, with stop-overs at China, India, France, Africa,Brazil, and Australia. Using large visual aides, globes, a 6 foot by 8 foot map of the world, a talking picture of the Earth. Your students will get a new insight into the world and it's people and cultures. Your students will learn about; * Maps and Globes. * The Continents. * Countries of the World. * Flags of Various Nations. * A World of Facts. Bob Conrad calls upon a variety of talents: Magic; Storytelling, Puppetry, Ventriloquism to make geography fun, interesting and exciting.
$351- $500
Kass, Barry Ancient Civilizations of the Mediterranean: the Minoans, Mycenaeans, and classical Greeks History,
Media- Photography,
Multicultural- Other
Through his beautiful photographs, Anthropologist-Photographer Barry Kass will take the audience on a journey back in time to the Aegean and the land of the ancient Minoans, Mycenaeans, and the classical Greeks, the founders of Western Civilization. We will explore the fortress of Mycenae, the Minoan palace of Knossos on the Island of Crete, and the magnificent sites of classical Greece, including Athens and the Parthenon, Olympia, Delphi, Corinth, the theater of Epidaurus, as well as the great Grecian cities of Asia Minor, including Miletus, Pergamon, Ephesus, Priene, Didyma, and Troy of Homeric legend, will be illustrated and described.
$201- $350
Landrey, Sheileen Cultural Aspects of Clothing Multicultural- Other,
Museums,
Visual Arts- Folk Arts
Through interactive stations and hands-on activities, students examine how people’s cultural background, geography, and climate affect the clothing they wear.
$101- $200
Payne, Tereasa A Tour of World Flutes Multicultural- Other,
Music,
Performing Arts- Other
A Tour of World Flutes with Tereasa Payne Tereasa Payne, flutist, world-flutist, and woodwinds player, from NYC presents a program of 15 flutes from around the world. Audiences learn about and hear flutes from around the world while also learning a message about diversity and acceptance. Flutes included are from India, Romania, South America, Africa, Hawaii, Japan, China, Cambodia, and more! Tereasa is a regular performer with Disney’s “The Lion King” where she performs on 13 of these flutes from around the world.
$351- $500
McGrath, Cathy CELTIC CONCERT “A CUP OF TEA with Cuisle Mo Chroí” History,
Multicultural- Other,
Music
The lyrical music of Cuisle Mo Chroí (pronounced Cushla Ma Chree) evokes the heart of Celtic music. Combine the soothing tones of three part vocal harmony with the delicate arpeggios of the Irish harp, calming flow of breath through the wooden flute and penny whistle, and the steady pulse of the bodhrán (Irish drum) and guitar to make this trio of women, “Cuisle Mo Chroí” one of the premier folk groups in the Rochester NY area. Expect to hear songs (some in the Irish language) that evoke images of Ireland, Scotland, castles, immigration, romance, as well as songs your grandmother taught you on St. Patrick’s Day, and a few lively tunes - reels, jigs, planxties and polkas. All three women, Patricia Carey, Mary Lester, and Cathy McGrath were inducted in 2016 into the Comhaltas Ceoltóirí Éireann Irish Music Hall of Fame for the Northeast US. They have appeared 9 times at the Rochester Irish Festival and are often found at Irish music sessions in the area. This program has been presented for the Irish American Cultural Institute and for many community concerts and libraries.
$501- $1000
Henderson, Kristine Tea Tasting: Teas of Sri Lanka Health & Fitness- Other,
Multicultural- Other,
Other
Sri Lanka is home to the famous Ceylon teas. During this interactive seminar, we will explore several black teas from different regions in Sri Lanka. Learn what distinguishes the black teas of Sri Lanka from black teas in other countries, specific health benefits associated with black tea, and the history and lore surrounding the teas being tasted. Three teas from different Sri Lankan tea estates will be tasted and discussed.
$101- $200
Lienhard, Marco Taikoza: Voice of The Earth Multicultural- Other,
Music,
Performing Arts- Dance
Taikoza: Voice of The Earth concert. Taikoza has created a new sound using the thunderous rhythms of the ancestral Taiko drums and the magical sounds of the bamboo flutes. Roughly translated, Taiko means big drums-and that’s exactly what Taikoza brings. Big Drums, powerful rhythms, and electrifying, room-thumping energy. This exciting group draws from Japan’s rich tradition of music and performance to create a highly visual performance. Taikoza.com
$501- $1000
Rosenberg, Paul Dance and Music of the Erie Canal - Meeting of the Waters History,
Multicultural- Other,
Music
During the bi-centennial celebration the the building of the Erie Canal, we are presenting programs of the dances and music that were commonly done by the workers and residents of the towns along the route. Different classes and nationalities of people worked together to better their lives. When they had a bit of spare time, they would sing, play music and dance. In addition to all the immigrants from Ireland, most of the other workers came from Scotland, Wales, France and Africa. We will lead some simple dances from the canal building era of these cultures using the traditional instruments that were played back then. The program 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, gourd and modern banjo, mandolin, penny whistle, recorder, and more. The audience will connect with centuries-old traditions and participate in the traditional dances as generations of Americans have done – by dancing! Squares, contras and circle dances were brought to American from Europe and Africa. More information and video at this link: http://www.homespun.biz/intergenerational-family-dances/ and http://www.homespun.biz/occasions/educational-programs/community-dancing/
$351- $500
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