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Performer
Program
Category
Description
Fee
Shih, Patricia Immigration - The Musical! An artist-in-residence program History,
Music,
Performing Arts- Theater
Multiple national award-winning singer-songwriter Patricia Shih offers a residency designed for grades 4 and up to teach about Immigration in America. Ms. Shih will visit each class in one grade level to help them research and write a musical; if time and budget allows, there can also be auditions, rehearsals and an actual school or community theatrical production based on the students' families' own immigrant ancestor's experience. The length and scope of the residency will depend on the size of the grade population and the school's budget, needs and wants.
$1001- $3000
Lamont, Mary Country Music with Mary Lamont Band Music
Get ready for some serious toe-tappin’ with International Alt-Country Star Mary Lamont! The Mary Lamont Band was the first American country band to tour Mainland China and has given concerts for many summers at the Jones Beach Boardwalk Bandshell, as well as numerous other prestigious venues. The band will perform a concert of upbeat original songs, as well as traditional and contemporary country selections. Born and raised in rural Canada, Mary was three times voted Band of the Year by the New York Metro Country Music Association and Female Singer/Songwriter of the Year by the New Jersey Country Music Association. Mary and husband Jim are recipients of the ASCAP Plus Popular Music Awards. Her reviews everywhere have been excellent and her show’s been called “a real treat” and “a must-see for fans of contemporary country music.” Newsday called Mary the “Queen of Long Island Country” and included her in a cover story on the best area summer concerts, and gave her CD a triple-A rating. People of all ages will have a great time at this energetic, fun concert.
$501- $1000
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
Encore Performing Arts, Inc. A JOURNEY THROUGH ADDICTION by Rick Adam Health & Fitness- Other,
Life Skills- Other,
Music
Using original music, drama, mime, special effects, and vaudeville, this compelling autobiographical theater production (complete with scenery, costumes and props) explores alcoholism, drug dependency, eating disorders, teen suicide, and self-destructive attitudes. By creating a skillful and exciting theatrical experience, while connecting emotionally with the audience through his true story, Rick's messages hit home, successfully affecting the thoughts and behaviors of his audience. Rick Adam's effective performance touches the heart while tickling the funny bone, as he offers tools for solving problems, making healthy choices, and building self-esteem.
$501- $1000
Winter, Cathy Tunes and Tales for Everyone - a Participatory Family Concert Music,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Share the magic in songs and stories we love! Whether it’s Frog and Toad playing music for their garden or songs like Sally Roger’s version of “Over in the Meadow” illustrated into beautiful picture books, no one blends books and music like Cathy Winter. Her love of words, music, and stories weaves decades of favorites from authors and melodies around the world into a lively program of tunes and tales to celebrate the ways we live. Cathy's diverse collection of songs and stories from near and far gives families a glimpse of the many ways people live while validating young people's experiences and dreams. Cathy's concerts for young people touch fantasies, fears, hopes, and daily realities. She is not only an internationally recognized guitarist, songwriter, and storyteller with three solo albums to her credit, but a certified reading specialist as well.
$201- $350
Bugge, Nancy Toddlers Tango and Babies Boogie Music
Interactive, high-energy, fun-filled creative movement and music programs for children ages 6 months to 5 years. Each program is filled with songs from around the world, dance, instruments, parachute, and other fun props. Children have fun while gaining music appreciation, body awareness, self-confidence, and motor skills. Programs can be tailored to meet specific individualized needs.
$101- $200
Gottfried, Evan Family Music for Kids of All Ages Music
During his interactive shows, Evan takes everyone on a musical journey, as he recounts his adventures with slugs, squids, and his trip to a land where everything is upside-down. Evan's songs inhabit both a unique universe of imagination and the beautiful world that we all share every day. He uses props (including home-made puppets) and asks open-ended questions between songs in order to get kids thinking, learning, and laughing. Evan also gets kids moving and grooving throughout the show, suggesting a variety of ways that everyone can act out the words of his songs. Evan aims to inspire everyone to be creative, have fun, learn cool things, and mostly, to just be themselves.
$201- $350
LeBlanc, Michelle 1950's JAZZ: Bop, Cool, R&B History,
Music,
Performing Arts- Other
1950s JAZZ: Bop, Cool, R&B This show features songs by Miles Davis, Dave Brubeck, Ray Charles as well as popular jazz standards written in the 1950s.
$501- $1000
Keeffe Schwartzman, Gigi TRAVELING THE WORLD WITH MUSICAL TALES (GREAT FOR SUMMER 2011) Multicultural- Other,
Music,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
GREAT FOR SUMMER READING 2011! Gigi, Family & Friends from the Lend Me a Hand Band weave their musical magic in a series of multicultural programs incorporating folk tales and music from around the world – all set in an interactive format. The audience participates through chants, actions and song as the tales unfold. The programs contain stories such as: The Caterpillar's Tale (call and response song), The Vinegar Bottle, How Rabbit Got His Ears,and Abiyoyo, to name a few, as well as songs in different languages. – Adjusted to requested age group.
$351- $500
Brody, Lauren Bulgarian Music Before Communism Multicultural- Other,
Music
Multi-media lecture/demo on the history of Bulgarian folk music recorded on 78 rpm records before 1950, including live performance of songs in Bulgarian language on voice and accordion. Audience participation includes teaching of one or two simple songs and circle dances.
$351- $500
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