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Performer
Program
Category
Description
Fee
Bair, Darla Amadeus Chorale Youth Singers Concert Music
Talented, carefully-selected singers will enlighten and entertain you. Choose from five different choirs in the chorale, from the youngest third graders to high school women. How about the all-male group, the WolfGang? Community gatherings, ribbon-cuttings, welcoming dignitaries, political functions, holiday parties. Young people highly trained in the choral art.
$101- $200
Van Egmond, Timothy Shivers N' Shudders for Halloween Multicultural- Other,
Music,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Spell-binding tales and songs of the supernatural ranging from the spine-tingling to the rib-tickling, from various cultures and countries around the world. These are accompanied with spirit flute, guitar, conga drum, and a skeleton limberjack (a wooden puppet that taps out a rhythm dancing on a paddleboard). Perfect for Halloween! Different versions can be tailored for different age groups. Tim is a triple treat! He can sing, play a variety of instruments,and tell whopping good tales! – Jane Yolen, renowned Author & Storyteller
$351- $500
Rosenbaum, Harold The New York Virtuoso Singers Music
The New York Virtuoso Singers (www.nyvirtuoso.org), this country's leading professional choir specializing in contemporary classical choral music,is available to present a number of its concerts that it is performing in its Manhattan concert series. See www.nyvirtuoso.org/schedule for details)
$3001+
Clough, Geoff The Life & Times of Irving Berlin History,
Music,
Performing Arts- Other
This program is an old time sing along filled with lots of trivia, history and songs by the composer. Song sheets are available. Song titles include Blue Skies, Easter Parade, White Christmas, I Love A Piano, Always, Puttin' On The Ritz, & more)
$101- $200
Clough, Geoff The Croonettes of the 50''s & 60's History,
Music
The Croonettes are the female singers of the 50's & 60's. Presented in this program are some of the hit songs from various artists like: Doris Day, Leslie Gore, Petula Clark, Julie Andrews, Theresa Brewer, Jo Stafford, Connie Francis, Etta James, Patsy Cline and others. This program is in a sing along format with lyric sheets provided. Personal history of the singers & fun trivia are sprinkled throughout the program.
$101- $200
Connolly, Carol From Snowflakes to Sunshine: Winter into Spring Multicultural- Other,
Music,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Tales 'n Tunes present stories and songs to celebrate Winter and the coming of Spring. From stories of the cold, cold North to songs about hibernation to discovering the first signs of the coming of warmer days to a Japaneses rain song, this program is perfect for February or April vacation breaks.
$201- $350
Soloway, Mike BABY/TODDLER MUSIC CLASS 1 (9 months – 3 years for child with adult) Music
In Baby/Toddler Class we participate in songs for bouncing, wiggling, rocking, singing, moving, dancing, and playing an exciting variety of simple instruments. Joining in fun and creative activities that bridge the natural connection between music and movement, your child’s musical aptitude, listening abilities, singing potential, and sense of beat are enhanced and developed.
$101- $200
Lipton, Zachary Zack Lipton Quintet - Jazz Performance and Workshop Music
The Zack Lipton Quintet is an active performing and recording unit in New York's vibrant Jazz scene. Formed in the fall of 2005, the Zack Lipton Quintet is a collective of musicians committed to dismantling popular notions of the boundaries between musical idioms. The band uses original compositions as a vehicle for synthesizing its members' eclectic tastes without compromising the integrity of any of its influences. Drawing from influences as diverse as John Coltrane and Stevie Wonder, the band performs music that is both intellectually and artistically advanced while remaining culturally relevant. Performances consist of performing mostly original works as well as some inventive takes on standard repertoire. Sets can be as short as 45 minutes and as long as 90 minutes. Between tunes, Zack will generally introduce the band and also provide commentary suitable to the level of the audience to contextualize the songs played. The Quintet can also participate in Question and Answer sessions and/or clinics with student bands before or after performances.
$501- $1000
Gillman, Jackson Moon Crazy Music,
Performing Arts- Storytelling,
Science
Put on your imagination caps and blast off with Jackson on his lunar adventures. Captivating songs and stories, including Frank Asch's Happy Birthday Moon, to take you far away and pilot you happily home. Beth Wiseman of Loudoun County VA Library Program Specialist reports: You held the attention of 150+ children and adults for an hour - without any hi-tech stuff! Loved the way you wove the stories & songs together with movements & laughter.
$351- $500
Haynes, Jeff Warm Hands Warm Hearts Life Skills- Other,
Multicultural- Other,
Music
Teens are invited to experience hands-on drumming circle workshops with professional percussionist, Jeff Haynes. Students will gather for 2 workshops to receive instruction on developing rhythmic patterns, playing within a group, and exploring various sounds and tones on the drum. Then on the third meeting the students will share their learning experience through hands-on drumming with senior citizens in a special interactive performance in the library. Teens will gain an understanding of how they can contribute to the community through the arts. This exchange will not only bridge the generation gap but will also offer the teens and seniors an opportunity to enjoy the freedom of expressing their inner rhythms by “warming their hands” while “warming their hearts.”
$1001- $3000
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