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Performer
Program
Category
Description
Fee
Davis, Lydia Adams Hits of 1909 History,
Music,
Performing Arts- Theater
Hits of 1909. Lydia Adams Davis sings with guitar, dulcimer, ukulele and piano accompaniment. (In costume) Colonial/Civil War/Victorian/Turn of the Century/Tin Pan Alley and songs of various movements like temperance, abolitionist and suffrage.
$201- $350
Pelham, Ruth Special Event Keynote Address Multicultural- Other,
Music,
Performing Arts- Other
**Reduced fees available for multiple programs in one day or block booking with multiple libraries for the same day.** Ruth Pelham’s keynote addresses and presentations are filled with the passion, insight, inspiration, and humor that have been the foundation of her thirty five years of working as an educator, performer, and community builder. In that time, she has acquired the experience, credibility, and breath of knowledge that positions her as a role model for children who are seeking meaning and direction in their lives. Whether focusing on topics such as personal growth and empowerment, making positive choices, standing up for oneself and others, choosing a career and living ones dream, or finding hope and meaning in these troubled times, Ruth gears all presentations according to in-depth discussions with each library regarding their particular needs and goals. Songs and vignettes drawn from Ruth’s local and global experiences are integral aspects of all programs. Keynote Addresses can also be geared to adults for special library conferences, library board functions, or any other special event.
$501- $1000
Simpson, Julia Breanetta How Sweet The Sound History,
Music,
Performing Arts- Theater
An interactive program which traces the evolution of American music from Slavery to the Jazz Age.
$501- $1000
., Buffalo and Brandy The Magical Rhythm of Christmas Disability Awareness,
Music,
Performing Arts- Magic
The Holidays are a ‘Magical’ time of year. Using your imagination,Buffalo and Brandy will take you on an ‘Imaginary Rhythm Journey’. Throughout the ‘journey’, there will be magic, music and sing-a-long.At the end of our ‘journey’ – there will be lots of drumming by everyone! There’s plenty of fun and festivity for the whole family!
$351- $500
Roethel, Glen A Musical Guide To Your 2011 Novel Destinations Summer Reading List [Presented By National Recording/Touring Artist Glen Roethel] Literature- Other,
Music,
Other
*** ADULT MUSIC CONCERT PROGRAM for SUMMER READING LIST *** A book can transport a reader into the past, the future, even around the world; a song is a similar journey distilled down to just three or four minutes. In this 1-hour concert presentation, national recording/touring artist Glen Roethel will sing some of your favorite familiar songs – plus a few of his own –– and with them introduce you to an amazing assortment of factual and fictional titles from your 2011 Novel Destinations summer reading list. You'll leave with ears filled with music, hearts filled with memories, and arms filled with great books! This is a fun, useful and free concert, suitable for all ages, but looking specifically at the adult reading list. Don't miss it! --------------------------------- http://fun.glenroethel.com ---------------------------------
$201- $350
Maichack, Mary Jo Starry Song Standards of Love & the Night--Portable Cabaret Music
Mary Jo sings with professional portable keyboard accompanist--songs of love and the night from the Great American Songbook as seen at Cranwell Resort, Colonial Theatre Pittsfield MA, Mission Bar & Tapas, Loomis Village and elsewhere. See cabaret page http://maryjomaichack.com/cabaret/ for video sample. (We bring keyboard and turn your room into an intimate cabaret-style concert.) This is a very special program.
$501- $1000
Ransom, Stanley North Country Storytelling Music,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Storytelling for children and adults covers classic stories from Aesop to the North Country present. 'Cat Food,' The Hickery Tree, The Lake that Flew, plus stories from other lands, urban legends and southern tales.
$201- $350
Maichack, Mary Jo Or Would You Rather Be a Fish? Multicultural- Other,
Music,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Folklores & Songs of the Sea “How the Sea Became Salty,” Swedish style, in a sorcerer’s apprentice motif; the “Unlucky Sailor” (paper folding surprise story with help from audience puppeteers); Blow Ye Winds of Morning, chanteys, a hornpipe dance and more make a rousing show. Do the pirate’s cheer! Lot's of audience participation. Aargh.
$351- $500
Beaugard, Carol The Christmas Carol Trio Multicultural- Other,
Music,
Performing Arts- Other
A wonderful holiday celebration: The Christmas Carol Trio performs 17th and 18th century carols from England, Ireland, , Scotland, France, Germany and America (sung in English, French, Scottish and German), with narrative explaining the origins of the holiday's traditions and decor. We can perform as a duet, trio, quartet or quintet, based on your needs and budget. Instrumentation includes vocals, guitar and mandolin, with the option to additionally book fiddle, bass, penny whistle or bodhran. Dress is formal attire.
$201- $350
Stein, Henry Songwriter Hank Stone Literature- Creative Writing,
Music,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Hank has been writing songs for over thirty-five years, and after taking a few years off, has been back on the folk music circuit since 2001. He is prepared to speak about the inspiration for his songs, which includes the folk tradition, popular musicians, literary influences, and the life experiences of himself and of others in the community. Song topics touch on nature, romance, grief and loss, creativity, children, poverty and homelessness, politics, and pets.
$101- $200
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