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Program
Category
Description
Fee
Lavender, Carrie Cubanana Duo - Melodias y danzas de Cuba Multicultural- Other,
Music,
Performing Arts- Dance
When Cubanana presents popular Cuban music and dance, such as chachachá and the roots of salsa, everyone loves to join in -- singing, dancing, clapping, & playing instruments! This immersion in Cuban culture is enriched by stories and helps students explore the possibility of dreams. 250 student limit per assembly. Available in Spanish or English. (Keywords: DIGNITY; Cultural Awareness; Diversity; Language Arts; Foreign Language)
$1001- $3000
Northshield, Sarah Stories Songs and Silliness Music,
Performing Arts- Other
Lots of familiar rhymes, songs, fingerplays, movement, feltboards and a book or two. Everyone gets a big sticker at the end, followed by music and bubbles. Children must have an adult caregiver.
Up to $100
Clive, Young, Video Killed The Radio Star: The History of Music Videos, 1930-Today History,
Media- Video,
Music
This fast-paced program traces the development of the music video, from the movie shorts of yesteryear up to the big-budget clips of today. The program is illustrated by dozens of music videos from all musical genres, and includes a fun Powerpoint presentation. Topics covered include:

  • The evolution of music clips, from the 1930s to today;
  • How MTV launched and succeeded against the odds;
  • How videos and MTV changed pop culture forever;
  • The Top 10 music video clichés;
  • How the web ‘viral video’ craze is reinventing music clips;
    …and much more.

    As a highlight, the program profiles the top music video directors, showing how artists such as Dali and Magritte, and classic films like Apocalypse Now and Casablanca influenced their visions and techniques. Special attention is paid to the golden age of music videos, which began on August 1, 1981, when MTV played its very first clip, Video Killed The Radio Star, by the Buggles.

    Your patrons will discover they’ve been watching a lot more than just pop songs!

  • $201- $350
    Shepard, Mark The Drum of The Elephant King Multicultural- Other,
    Music,
    Performing Arts- Storytelling
    The Drum of the Elephant King is an interactive, magical, musical, multicultural teaching tale from Haiti. It combines AFrican and European story forms. Celebrate the complex and compelling culture of the Caribbean! Feature over 100 cool sound effects instruments played by the audience!
    $501- $1000
    Holder, Chris GODS, HEROES, MONSTERS AND MEN Music,
    Performing Arts- Storytelling,
    Performing Arts- Theater
    Exciting versions of well-known myths from Ancient Greece, plus a modern re-telling of an ancient story. Prometheus, the Cyclops, Zeus, Hera and Pandora all told in a lively, hip and hilarious manner.
    $501- $1000
    Clough, Geoff Hoagie Carmichael (the man & his music) History,
    Music
    This is a music history of Hoagie Carmichael. The man & his music. Singer Cyndi Kingsley joins Geoff Clough on Keyboard in this musical presentation. Geoff will be sharing interesting facts of Hoagie's life & stories behind some of the great songs by this creative songwriter. Some of the songs featured are: Georgia On My Mind, The Nearness of You, Stardust, Two Sleepy People, I Get Along Without You Very Well, In the Cool, Cool, Cool, of the Evening.
    $101- $200
    LiMarzi, John The PUTNAM CHORALE Winter Season Music,
    Performing Arts- Other
    The Putnam Chorale, under the direction of Dr. Douglas Anderson, announces its Winter 2007 program. The Chorale will offer three programs for the enjoyment of the community: 1) Two Cantatas by J.S. Bach. With Orchestra and Soloists.Saturday, November 17 at 8PM; First United Methodist Church, Brewster, NY Sunday, November 18 at 3PM First United Methodist Church, Cold Spring, NY #80: Ein feste Burg ist unser Gott #140: Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme 2) FREE family Holiday Concert - Seasonal Favorites and Special pieces Sunday, December 2 at 3PM First United Methodist Church, Brewster, NY 3) MESSIAH SING ALONG (Audience Participation) Sing along to the wonderful melodies of Handel with the Chorale and a live Orchestra Saturday, December 8 at 8PM Gilead Presbyterian Church, Carmel, NY For further information call 845-878-6818 or check our website at www.putnamchorale.org. Sponsors and Patrons are welcome as are non-singing volunteers to help our operations. YOU are welcome! Come and enjoy fine music at local venues.
    Up to $100
    Grudko, Marian Beatrix Potter’s classic “The Tale of Jemima Puddle-duck” Music,
    Performing Arts- Storytelling
    Beatrix Potter’s classic “The Tale of Jemima Puddle-duck” performed by Marian Grudko and
 accompanied by Marian’s original musical score “A magical combination of story and music” Potter’s tale is presented word for word,
 but included in the score are two songs with original lyrics: “Jemima” 
about the pretty duck who wished to hatch her own eggs, and 
“I’m The Fox” a hilarious soliloquy by the “bushy, long-tailed gentleman,” 
who thinks himself irresistible and invites Jemima 
to a dinner party, “all to ourselves!” And you will be captivated by the bewitching
 “Waltz of Jemima and the Fox.”
    $201- $350
    Lin, Caryn Bach 2 Rock Music
    Bach 2 Rock "A one-woman musical extravaganza," Caryn Lin is in a class all her own. With a 5-string electric violin, sound effects, looping and a lot of help from the audience and her multi-talented sound engineer (who also plays electric guitar and electronic drums), Caryn transforms solo sound into a mind-boggling musical experience. This 3-dimensional sound magic is performed right before your eyes and ears. Part rock concert, part self-esteem builder, and part interactive music education, Caryn spins stories and music together to make the program as powerful as it is entertaining! The Bach 2 Rock program is now approaching its 5th full year in performance!
    $501- $1000
    Stein, Henry Railroads as Inspiration History,
    Music,
    Science
    Songwriter Hank Stone has found himself writing many songs with references to railroads recently. Drawing on traditional songs, blues, and pop tunes, Hank and his quartet present a kind of history of America's reliance on and romance with trains. Audiences will participate at times in sing-alongs and Q&A. Our original songs fit seamlessly with the traditional tunes to provide an entertaining and enlightening program.
    $201- $350
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