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Performer
Program
Category
Description
Fee
Cruise, Jim Spoon Man Music,
Other,
Performing Arts- Other
The Spoon Man wants to spoon you. He is an interactive musical family comedian. In 1986, he performed to Mikhail Gorbachev while in Russia. He also performed for former U.S. President Gerald Ford and Mr. Rogers. His totally clean act (never uses dirty silverware) with audience participation is ideal for libraries. The first thing your patrons will do after seeing his performance, is run to the kitchen and grab a pair of spoons. He also offers for tweens, teens and adults a BYOS (bring your own spoons) workshop. His book Spoon Boy was published in 2008. Read about his book on his website. COLORED posters are provided for advertising your event. Cruise invites you to join his growing list of the Spooned.
$351- $500
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
Epstein Kravis, Anna Fiesta Latina-Americana & Cinco de Mayo BILINGUAL Song & Puppetry Concerts Multicultural- Other,
Music,
Performing Arts- Puppetry
Celebrate Hispanic cultures with this lively, fun and interactive song & puppet concert featuring bi-lingual songs, indigenous rhythm instruments, and stories from a variety of Latin American lands. If space permits, perhaps even an interactive circle dance! Program is appropraite year-round, & for Cinco de Mayo Holiday celebrations. Colorful musical and cultural insights come alive through participation with song, movement, puppets and instruments! Traditional and original songs, adorable hand puppets, LuLu the Singing Lama, songs remembered from Anna's childhood, and colorful costume enhance the event. Celebrate appreciation of Hispanic cultures and contributions, so present in our everyday lives!
$351- $500
Kruk, Jonathan HEROES on the HUDSON History,
Music,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Stories of heroes from along the Hudson, the Catskills and New York, dramatically performed by a master storyteller, featured on CBS Sunday Morning. Selections include: Washington's Spectacles Save the New Nation, The Girl Who Out-rode Paul Revere, Stanton & Anthony Get the Vote, Pete Seeger's Clearwater Dream. Plus, the story of your local hero! Add a folk musician for authentic regional songs; Yankee Doodle, Tenting Tonight, This Land is Your Land and more. Interactive with children stepping into stories, turn and talks, and a Q&A.
$201- $350
Keeffe Schwartzman, Gigi BUGS & BOOKS: A MUSICAL JOURNEY Music,
Nature- Animals,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Great for 2008 Summer Reading Theme. Includes original call & response song of the African Story THE CATERPILLAR'S TALE with gathering drum and props and puppets. The song BUTTERFLY written for the Bronx Zoo's Butterfly Blast and related Native American tales. Songs/stories/games about Bees/Ants and other insects and related books.
$351- $500
Haynes, Jeff Percussion from Around the World Multicultural- Other,
Music,
Performing Arts- Other
We listen to music each day and hear percussive rhythms that we move to, but can’t begin to identify or place their origin. This workshop will give students a chance to see, hear and play percussion instruments from all corners of the world. To develop a series for a residency or monthly events, this workshop can be combined with any of the following topics: *Percussion from Around the World *Drum History/Culture Series *Careers in the Music Industry Series *Percussive Art Workshop *Literature in Motion Series *Coloring Music with Percussive Instruments *Rhythm in Everyday Life *An Inside Look at a Recording Studio *Band Dynamics: The Chemistry Behind the Groove *Exploring Genres in Music Concert Series
$1001- $3000
Shimeta, Kathleen Life, Love, Song! A Visit with Gena Branscombe Literature- Poetry,
Music,
Performing Arts- Theater
This show is a tribute to an inspiring composer whose life and work were well in advance of her time. A one-woman retrospective of Miss Branscombe's life showcases the romantic beauty of her exceptional music. A performance full of family entertainment, enchantment and inspiration! Composer Gena Branscombe was a leading figure in American classical music from 1905 until her death in 1977. Her richly melodic, award-winning body of work includes over 150 art songs, chamber music, choral works and piano compositions. An integral part of New York City and State musical life in her time, Miss Branscombe was also the founder and leader of the Branscombe Choral, with an illustrious career that included performing and conducting for kings, presidents and the celebrated figures of her time.
$501- $1000
Booking, Unbound Spook Handy - The Songs of Peter Paul and Mary Music
There's a great picture of the Beatles back stage at the Ed Sullivan show in 1964 staring in awe at Peter Paul and Mary. The Beatles knew they were in the company of incredible and important musicians. This trio did more to make American folk music accessible to the masses than anyone else. People all over the world sang along to "Puff the Magic Dragon," "Leaving on a Jet Plane" and "Blowin in the Wind." And audience members can't help but sing along with Spook as he leads them through this heart-opening, educational, and voice-raising program! (Occasionally, Spook is joined by Paul Prestopino who toured with PPM for 15 years as a back up musician.) An excellent program for Libraries, Arts Centers, Churches, Schools and other meeting places.
$351- $500
Clough, Geoff The Women of Tin Pan Alley (Singers) History,
Music
Cyndi Kingsley/ Vocalist & Geoff Clough/Keyboardist present a musical history of the women singers of the Tin Pan Alley era of American popular music. This is a follow up program from the women of Tin Pan Alley Composers. This program contains history, trivia and some great songs from the past. Some of the singers included: Belle Baker, Billie Holiday, Doris Day, Fannie Brice, Jo Stafford, Irene Dunn, Kate Smith, Marlena Dietrich, even Betty Boop!(boop, boop, be doop) and others.
$101- $200
Levin, Ira and Julia Eat Real Food! Health & Fitness- Other,
Music,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
A partipatory program that places you in the middle of a Veggie Western as Billy (a kid!) faces a brussel sprout at high noon. Sing! Sing! with the Coconut King and be inspired to East Real Food - all with a healthy dose of nutritional humor that will encourage everyone to gather together in the heart of the house - The Kitchen.
$351- $500
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