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Performer
Program
Category
Description
Fee
Kelly, Rorie Songs to Start a Fire Group Songwriting Workshop Literature- Creative Writing,
Music
The group songwriting workshop is an opportunity to literally raise our voices and create a song that powerfully expresses our feelings and ideas. When we tell our story honestly, we create an opportunity for those around us to grow, heal and find connection. When we raise our voices together, we put a powerful message into the world that can help us create real positive change. As a group we will share our struggles and our hopes and choose a theme we’d like to shine a light on. Together, we will create and perform a song that shares that message. Each participant will leave with a recording of the new song that she helped bring into the world.
$201- $350
Clough, Geoff 3 Singing Blondes from the '50's History,
Music
This is a musical history of the lives of: Patty Page, Peggy Lee and Doris Day. Each has a unique journey of they arrived to great success as singers in the 1950's. Songs include: Sentimental Journey, Que Sera, Sera, Old Cape Cod, How Much is that Doggie in the Window, and many others.
$101- $200
Vinyard, Roland Great Hits of the 1600's History,
Music,
Performing Arts- Other
Accompanied by stringed instruments, The Bard Rocks will present, with commentary and anecdotes, songs that were popular in the 1600's. Some of them are versions which originated in Great Britain and others are from the US. Songs such as these are part of our deep musical heritage and formed the basis for more "modern" music that would come after.
$101- $200
Roethel, Glen Concert: One Hour of James Taylor & Carole King Music
James Taylor and Carole King have made lifetime musical contributions which have delighted a whole generation. As singer-songwriters – performing artists who write their own material – they continued this growing trend into the 1960s and 1970s right alongside The Beatles, Jackson Browne, Paul Simon, Joni Mitchell, Van Morrison, Brian Wilson, Otis Redding, Marvin Gaye, John Denver, Eagles, Jim Croce, Carly Simon, Cat Stevens, Don Mclean, and others.   Join national touring and recording artist (and award-winning singer-songwriter), Glen Roethel in this musical concert stroll from New York City's Loco-Motion on up to New England's blues-infused Copperline. (Singing along is always encouraged.)   Songs for performance may be drawn from the following, and more:   Carolina In My Mind, Copperline, Country Road, Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight, Every Day, Fire & Rain, Handyman, How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You), Oh, Susanna, Our Town, Shed A Little Light, Shower The People, Something In The Way She Moves, Sweet Baby James, You've Got A Friend, Your Smiling Face, A Natural Woman, Home Again, I Feel The Earth Move, It's Too Late, Jazzman, So Far Away, Tapestry, Up On The Roof, Where You Lead, Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow, The Loco-Motion
$201- $350
Ruch, Dave One World, Many Stories Multicultural- Other,
Music
Created for the 2011 NYS Library Summer Reading Program! With guitar, Indian tabla drum, European octave mandolin, traditional Native American cowhorn rattles and more, Dave Ruch leads the audience on a fun-filled musical journey across the world. Children become active participants in the program as they sing along (in English, Nigerian, Italian, Japanese, Russian and Iroquois!), answer questions, play musical games and act out songs. Some audience members will even be invited on stage to play the Iroquois rattles, and (for groups of 100 or less) all will have a chance to touch and play one of the instruments after the concert. Topics covered include the unique ways in which people around the world live (past and present), and perhaps most importantly, the many similarities that we all share. Dave also talks about his own eye-opening trip to India in 1992. 45 minutes long, adaptable for all ages Dozens of library references.
$351- $500
Knight, Leonora Multiply To Music Life Skills- Finance,
Music,
Performing Arts- Other
Are your students struggling with their times tables? I wrote these songs for my own son and they really work! If your students respond well to music watch their skills improve after participating in this program. And they DO participate! Each child is given a lyric sheet to sing along. Props and costumes are used as children come up on stage. Music styles include pop, reggae, rock, swing and jazz waltz. There’s even a cheer! CD’s are available to reinforce learning. This educational material will reach out to your students reinforcing the powerful connection of math and music
$201- $350
Collins, Dawn North American Music (Appalachian Trail, Shakers, Native American) History,
Multicultural- Other,
Music
Native American Tunes Songs, chants and tunes drawn from various tribes, display of Native American style flutes, historical information and demonstration with tunes played on the Native American style flute, drums and rattles. Shaker Tunes and Movement Songs collected from the Shakers with movement or gestures, including “I Will Bow and Be Simple,” “Love Is Little,” and “More Love,” and “I Will Bend Like the Willow” Appalachian and Traditional Potpourri Songs and tunes from the Appalachian Trail, Colonial times, and the Underground Railroad played on the Appalachian mountain lap dulcimer and banjitar. Audience participation encouraged.
$101- $200
Jablonski, Barbara Steppin' Out String Band - Instrumentals and Close Harmony Vocals Music
Four dynamic and talented women have joined forces to form this high energy band. Combining folk songs and ballads with beautiful close vocal harmonies, lively and fun traditional dance tunes with American patriotic music, Steppin’ Out String Band is a favorite with audiences of all ages. FESTIVAL STAGES CONCERTS PARTIES Instrumentation: Hammered Dulcimer, Accordions, Flute, Banjo, Pennywhistle, Mandolin, Guitars,Bass,Table Harps, Mountain Dulcimer, Autoharp,Washboard, Ukulele,Bodhran and...novelty instruments. Steppin' Out String Band plays SWINGING JIGS, REELS, POLKAS, HORNPIPES,BEAUTIFUL AIRS AND LILTING WALTZES, FOLK SONGS WITH CLOSE HARMONY VOCALS OLD TIMEY MUSIC AND FUN SONGS, MARCHES AND AMERICAN PATRIOTIC TUNES.
$501- $1000
Franco Feeney, Betsy Ecosystems Large and Small Music,
Nature- Environment,
Science
Based on two songs by award-winning songwriter Christine Lavin, AMOEBA HOP and HOLE IN THE BOTTOM OF THE SEA . They tell of the tiny ecosystems in a drop of clean water and the gulf of Mexico, a large ecosystem that was polluted in the Oil Spill of 2010. Binary vision (of a paramecium), wildlife rehabilitation, and clean energy are all part of this slide and video presentation. To hear the songs and view images of the books, go to http://www.puddlejumppress.com/www.puddlejumppress.com/SchoolProgramsByBFF.html. In conjunction with this program, classroom workshops are sometimes conducted where the students create pinwheels to illustrate wind energy. Workshops are approximately 45 minutes.
$201- $350
Russo, Lisa Music & Movement with Miss Lisa Life Skills- Parenting,
Music
Very interactive and entertaining music & movement program strongly based on all aspects of child development, from brain development to social-emotional. Multi-sensory & multi-learning style approach includes hands-on instruments and scarves &/or ribbons for children to use, rhythm games, chants, sing-alongs & dances that can be planned to fit your library's current theme. Emphasis on emergent literacy and other skills & concepts needed for school & life. Foundational statements incorporated throughout for parents to learn how activities benefit their child's development, and how parents can incorporate them into daily routine. Accoustic guitar is primary instrument, with modeling of rhythm instruments and occasional recorded sound effects to enhance the aural & visual experience.
$101- $200
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