Performers and Programs

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Performer
Program
Category
Description
Fee
TheatreworksUSA, - Jim West Productions' NORTH, SOUTH, EAST & JIM WEST Music,
Performing Arts- Storytelling,
Performing Arts- Puppetry
A multicultural puppet treat, with a giant dragon from China, a Native American totem pole, and a hand shadow spider from Africa.
$1001- $3000
TheatreworksUSA, - Jim West Productions' HOW THE ELEPHANT GOT HIS TRUNK & OTHER ANIMAL TALES Music,
Performing Arts- Storytelling,
Performing Arts- Puppetry
Step right up, and let the animal antics begin! With the Pink Elephant as your guide, Rudyard Kipling's classic story HOW THE ELEPHANT GOT HIS TRUNK (also known as THE ELEPHANT CHILD)comes to life in this large-scale puppet extravaganza. Also, colorful rod puppets perform a madcap Barnyard Opera to the accompaniment of Mozart, Strass, Rossini, and other classical great!
$1001- $3000
Hoffman, Nan 2015 SRP-Heroes in Folk Song (& a tribute to Pete Seeger) History,
Music,
Nature- Environment
This year Nan's programs will focus on the everyday heroes of our lives with songs written and/or sung by folk music icon Pete Seeger. Considered a hero by many for his tireless efforts to promote environmental conservation, civil rights, and peace and justice for all people, Pete often sang and told tales of other heroes. Great or small, real or imaginary, past or present, these heroes connect us to our own paths and potentials. Music, particularly folk music with its emphasis on lyrics and stories, can help enhance reading, writing and listening skills, and language development. Using a variety of songs and instruments, and her collection of Books That Sing, Nan's presentations are fun and informative and encourage audience participation as Pete always did in his concerts. Suitable for the 2015 Summer Reading Program, her programs can also be tailored to adults and all-age audiences.
$201- $350
Raabe, Kim Privler Earth Songs Multicultural- Other,
Music,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Another Summer Reading Program show that was too good not to keep as a year-round show. Earth Songs was originally designed to blend and enhance Summer Reading Program’s One World - Many Stories 2011 theme. Mama Pajama and friends will captivate young audiences as they explore songs and stories from our country and lands from every continent of the globe. Kids will discover culture, diversity and traditions leaving them smiling and wanting more! The songs and book selections in this jam-packed show are wonderful visual aids that help to give a glimpse into our world’s uniqueness and similarities and celebrate the vast culture, diversity, and traditions that our world has to offer. Humanity is brought to the forefront and positive messages about how music, reading, and imagination will offer endless possibilities for their very own explorations.
$351- $500
Lipscomb, Rhonda Ella & Frank: A Tribute History,
Multicultural- Other,
Music
Extraordinary solo vocalists Rhonda Denét and Steve Kazlauskas team up for a show that brings audiences back to when these two legends in American music, Ella Fitzgerald & Frank Sinatra, brought audiences to their feet. This showcase features the music of Cole Porter, Duke Ellington, Count Basie, George & Ira Gershwin and several other composers included in the Great American Songbook. Rhonda and Steve not only sing songs that were signature tunes for each artist, but also recreate the duets that were only performed for television specials and live stage shows.
$351- $500
Tincknell, Roger Earth Rhythms: Songs for the Environment Music,
Nature- Environment,
Science
From rain forests to recycling, conservation to compost, Earth Rhythms journeys from our own backyard to around the world with a variety of musical styles and instruments. Performed on a variety of stringed, wind, and percussion instruments, Earth Rhythms is also a multicultural journey to many lands. Hear songs, animal stories, legends and facts to the accompaniment of the Aztec rain stick, Inca flute, Russian balalaika, African drum, banjo, guitar and mandolin. The audience participates in singing, moving, and playing percussion instruments. A good fit for 2013 Summer Reading.
$201- $350
Haynes, Jeff Teen Cirlces of Healthy Drumming Health & Fitness- Other,
Music,
Performing Arts- Other
Description: Weekly drum circle sessions for teen students ages 12-16 years old. Each session would be comprised of 10-15 students. Each participant will be able to pick a drum to play for a 40 minute session. Each session will be broken into two (2) parts: Drumming Instruction Students would receive instruction on developing rhythmic patterns, playing within a group, and exploring the various sounds and tones of the drum. Self Expression through Open Drumming Students will get to drum freely with various genres of music, thus experiencing the pleasure of being inside/a part of the music.
$1001- $3000
DuBois, Betsy Ball in the House Music
Ball in the House is 5 guys -5 voices – that’s it! You probably recognize this popular a cappella group from their Cool Whip commercials, appearance on the TODAY show or America's Got Talent or one of their CD’s or live performances across the US. Besides offering a curriculum based study guide, they also offer educational performances, workshops, and fundraisers, featuring your students singing with Ball in the House on stage.
$1001- $3000
Lajewski, Chris Tune Into Nature: A Dig Into Reading Summer Program Music,
Nature- Environment,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Chris the Guitarist brings traditional sing-along songs, humorous stories, and Native American tales alive with his acoustic guitar and uplifting spirit. He has delighted audiences around New York State with songs like This Land is Your Land, The Fox, The Beaver Call, Owl Moon, Mother Nature Made a Forest, Boom Chicka Boom, and many more favorites! Audiences have enjoyed being transported to another time during Chris’ lively telling of The Three Billy Goat’s Gruff and How Crawdad Got it’s Eyes. Chris will get you singing along and laughing it up! Reviews: The interactive nature of the program was the most enjoyable for both the children and parents. Your sing along songs were a great hit. I thought the program was great! - Central NY United Way. This program is perfect for our group. They get right into the activities and songs. - Wayland Free Library. It was clear that the children enjoyed themselves a great deal while learning at the same time. - Guernsey Memorial Public Library. What a wonderful performance last week; all loved it. You relate so great with the kids; a success. - Meco Elementary School.
$201- $350
Productions, Dream Jam Dream Jam Productions presents: The World of Nickhoo Life Skills- Other,
Music,
Performing Arts- Puppetry
The World of Nickhoo, from Dream Jam Productions, is inhabited by fun-loving characters, each with their own story to tell. Together they solve problems, while exhibiting the true meaning of love and friendship. Professional actors and musicians, along with puppet characters perform a dynamic participatory musical adventure. The original music, soon to be released on children's radio stations across the country, will have you dancing in the aisles.
$501- $1000
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