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Scharman, Nadine Chasing Rainbows Multicultural- Other,
Performing Arts- Puppetry
Take a world tour with storytelling, music and puppetry with Nadine Scharman and her troubadors of this multicultural interactive performance. Children learn phrases from different languages, play their bodies as rhythmic instruments, dance, and sing to new and familiar children's songs. The storytelling will give the children a look into what makes people feel good inside themselves by doing what they love to do. The presentation will future children's songs by Nadine Scharman and taken from the public domain. Frere Jacque, London Bridge, Ouagadougou, The kite song and many more. Beautiful illustrations by Suzanne Muecke are seen on stage. The Long Island Philharmonic recently presented shows on Long Island with their Children's Performances. A new cast with a child actor can be seen all over the New York area.
$501- $1000
Lester, Mary Ireland & Scotland - Verse & Music Literature- Poetry,
Multicultural- Other,
Songs, melodies, and poems from old and recent Ireland and Scotland open a view of our Celtic heritage. Mary Lester, Josh Gregg, and Jon Griffin perform on Irish harp, fiddle, and guitar.
$101- $200
Mischief, Merry Christmas Elf Holiday! Music,
Elves who have finished their work at the North Pole are able to come to your Library to lead a Holiday Sing-a-Long! Family friendly bad jokes will abound!
$201- $350
Helou, Paul Paul Helou interactive music for children Music
I have a very interactive, energetic musical show for children -- within minutes they will be clapping, dancing, having a great time. Take a look at
$351- $500
McKnight, Andrew Andrew McKnight Concert Music
Mixing his considerable (and constantly growing!) repertoire of original songs chronicling rural Americans and their stories together with beautiful guitar instrumentals, a cappella pieces, sing-alongs, poetry and stories collected during his travels through 2-lane America, Andrew's concerts are an emotionally uplifting and engaging experience for audiences of all ages.
$351- $500
Siegal, Neal American Barbershop Harmony Music
The Big Apple Chorus is the performing arm of the Manhattan Chapter of the Barbershop Harmony Society. The Chorus consists of up to 80-men and as few as a traditional 4-man barbershop quartet. Programs have been customized for each patron and requirement but all incorporate early 20th century American popular songs from Tin Pan Alley, Vaudville and early Broadway performed in the uniquely American, Barbershop A Cappella, harmony idiom. Performances are high energy, include light comedy and choreography. As a Manhattan Based group our mission is: Bringing the best of Barbershop to Broadway and te best of Broadway to Barbershop.
$351- $500
Eisenberg, Jeff Junior Jam - Literacy Show Multicultural- Other,
Performing Arts- Other
The newest Junior Jam show highlights the pleasures and importance of reading. ASCAP Award winning songwriter, Jeff Eisenberg, has added upbeat and snappy language based songs to his original Junior Jam show. The performance incorporates creative props, fun activities and sign language. Some of the themes are: Opposites, The Importance of Reading, Silly Words, So Many Signs and Definitions. Great fun for K-3rd grade.
$351- $500
Davis, Lydia Adams Songfest! Music,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
This family concert blends improvisation, story telling and song. A mix of original ballads by Lydia Adams Davis and other great songwriters, comedic eco-puppets and familiar standards bring a diverse audience in the door to sing, laugh and share memories.
$201- $350
Soloway, Mike PRE-SCHOOL MUSIC CLASS (3 – 5 years for child with adult): Music
In Pre-School Class children actively participate in a diverse repertoire of traditional and contemporary motion and echo songs, poems, dances, fingerplays, and rhythmic activities which make it fun for them to guide their own actions, develop self-control and creativity while taking part in our rich cultural heritage of children’s music. And together we create our own music with shakers, drums, jingles, sticks, cymbals and other exciting musical instruments.
$101- $200
Dentino, Bart Rock 'n Roll Reading Literature- Other,
Performing Arts- Other
This program offers a three step approach for audience members to seek out literature that interests them as a catalyst to creating intrinsic motivation to read. The steps are: 1. Evaluate what things you are interested in as a person. 2. Research what resources are available to help you find literature that covers those interests. 3. Seek out the people that can help you acquire that material. (Librarians, parents, teachers, friends, etc.) This message is reinforced with award-winning original children's music and contemporary popular music.
$351- $500
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