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Performer
Program
Category
Description
Fee
Pollack, Elyse Stroller Strides Health & Fitness- Other,
Music,
Other
Stroller Strides is a total fitness program for new moms that they can do with their babies. Each class includes cardio & body toning intervals, incorporating tubing, the stroller and the environment, all while the little ones are entertained. We welcome babies from six weeks to any age as long as they enjoy sitting in their strollers. The class is set up for all different fitness levels and taught by a CPR certified and insured instructor. I presently teach this program at the Island Park and Long Beach Libraries.
$101- $200
Gillman, Jackson Spring into Action and Song Music,
Nature- Other,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Celebrates spring in all of its flowery, song-filled wonder. Everyone becomes worms, flowers, birds, sun, rain and more in this playful romp. The Polly Hill Arboretum reported: Everyone I spoke to loved your presentation! It was unique and entertaining as well as educational! Great fun and great job getting everyone to participate!
$351- $500
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
Pelham, Ruth Meet the Artist! workshops and programs Literature- Authors,
Music,
Performing Arts- Other
**Reduced fees available for multiple programs in one day or block booking with multiple libraries for the same day.** When children want to know if being an artist is a 'real' way to earn a living, or what it feels like to perform in front of hundreds of people, or what singing songs has to do with making a difference in the world, Ruth Pelham’s responses always serve as an inspiration for children. During this song-filled workshop, Ruth draws from her work as a songwriter, performer, recording artist, public speaker, educator, community organizer, and arts manager and conveys the message that the job of being an artist requires being good at one’s art form as well as in all of the skills that we learn in school--writing, reading, math, communicating, negotiating, problem-solving, and many more. This workshop can be geared to topics such as career development, the arts, writing skills, music and performance, making life choices, and others.
$351- $500
Keeffe Schwartzman, Gigi 2012 SUMMER READING: DREAM ON! & READY FOR BED! Literature- Authors,
Music,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Dream On! Wind up your "Imagination Key" and "Oh the Things We Can Think!" and the places we can go if we only dream.... A totally interactive program of Songs, Games and Stories. Both Dream and Dream on:Ready for Bed are great PJ concerts too - both a.m.and p.m. Teddy Bears and Jammies welcome as we sing and dance our way through imaginary journeys. A touch of Seuss always included - a little "Waltzing with Bears" and other delightful songs both original and well known. Sing-a-longs and Bedtime stories complete with SNORES!!!
$351- $500
Speed, Sonny Tornado Alley Music
Tornado Alley is a five piece acoustic band that features four singer/songwriters on guitar, mandolin, fiddle, dobro and bass and a percussionist. The songs are all original and the sound is pure Americana with a generous helping of three & four-part harmonies that is focused on the vocals and songwriting. Following that tradition, Tornado Alley offers an array of styles from the American back roads that will have you feeling like you’re on a cross-country road trip with your radio on. Tornado Alley captures the feeling in song, of traveling from New England’s folk scene to the Bluegrass Region, across the Texas prairies, up through the Rockies and out to California. Audiences at Tornado Alley’s shows have truly been caught up in the band’s sound and have helped to make a good fan base. The band has opened up for Ricky Skaggs and others and headlined at many theaters, festivals and parks
$351- $500
Collins, Dawn Native American Flute - Introductory History & Playing Multicultural- Native American,
Music,
Performing Arts- Other
An introduction to the history of the Native American flute, a hands-on lesson that incorporates how to hold the flute, breath control, one breath soloing, jamming with others, a basic scale for flute, jamming with other instruments, and a handout of resources for further learning. With the minimum of 10 participants, an add-on to the workshop may be an option to build your own flute at an additional program cost of $50 per participant for the flute.
$201- $350
Tranchina, Gabriele Tribute to Nat King Cole Music
Come and hear some of the exciting songs that Nat King Cole made famous, like “Naure Boy”. “It’s only a paper moon”, “I got it bad” and many more. We also talk Mr. Cole’s life.
$201- $350
LiMarzi, John SAMSON by Handel Music
The Putnam Chorale , directed by Douglas Anderson,will be pleased to perform George Frideric Handel’s SAMSON on Sunday April 29, 2012 at 3:00 pm at Temple Beth Elohim, 31 Mount Ebo Road North in Brewster, NY. Samson is a three-act oratorio by George Frideric Handel, considered one of his finest dramatic works. It is usually performed as an oratorio in concert form, but on occasions has also been staged as an opera. The well-known arias "Let the bright Seraphim" (for soprano) and "Total eclipse" (for tenor) are often performed separately in concert. Sunday April 29, 2012, Temple Beth Elohim, 31 Mt. Ebo Rd, North, Brewster, NY. $15, $12 Sr.and Student; Under 12 FREE. You can find more information on our website, www.putnamchorale.org, or by telephone at 845-279-7265.
Up to $100
Durst, James Work o' the Weavers/Celebrating America's Pioneering Folk Quartet History,
Music,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Beginning in 1950 with their 2-sided hit single, Tzena Tzena & Goodnight Irene, the Weavers ignited popular interest in folk music. With a freshness and exuberance never before heard, they enjoyed surprising success until they were caught up in the hysteria of the Cold War anti-communist witch-hunts of McCarthism and HUAC, blacklisted and driven from the stage in 1952 at the height of their popularity. Their triumphant 1955 Carnegie Hall reunion concert and the Vanguard recording of the event gave heart to a generation and served to kindle the 'folk boom' of the '50s & '60s, providing a foundation upon which virtually every subsequent folk performer would build. WORK O' THE WEAVERS recalls their timely story and timeless songs. Adhering faithfully to the Weavers' original arrangements, WORK O' THE WEAVERS' (James Durst, David Bernz, Marthat Sandefer & Mark Murphy) repertoire includes the beloved familiar songs--as well as some the Weavers never sang, but might be singing were they still active today. Rousing, refreshing and relevant.
$1001- $3000
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