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Program
Category
Description
Fee
Kahn, Mitch Mitch Kahn Celebrates The Songs that won the Academy Award History,
Music,
Performing Arts- Other
Since 1934 the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has given it’s nod to the best original song written for a motion picture. Packed with music, nostalgia and anecdotes about the singers, actors and composers, “The Academy Awards show” is adult programming at it’s finest. Singer-Pianist-Entertainer and society orchestra leader Mitch Kahn has the audience singing along to Oscar winning hits including Lullabye of Broadway, The Way You Look Tonight, Over the Rainbow, Love is a Many Spendored Thing, All the Way, Que Sera Sera, Moon River, The Shadow of Your Smile, The Way We Were and Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head. From Jerome Kern, Irving Berlin, the Gershwins and Dorothy Fields to Harry Warren, Harold Arlen, Johnny Mercer and Jimmy Van Heusen, Burt Bacharach and Hal David, Marvin Hamlisch and Henry Mancini, The Academy Awards Show features the best of the Great American Popular Songbook, consistently receiving accolades from audiences and programmers alike. PROGRAMS CURRENTLY OFFERED: Introduction to the Great Songwriters, The Songs that won the Academy Award, Aspects of Love, Sail Away.
$351- $500
merwin, chris Kikyo Genso-Japanese music and dance Multicultural- Other,
Music,
Performing Arts- Dance
Japanese music on the shakuhachi flute and Noh and Kabuki influenced dance, as well as folk songs. Dancer/singer Kishiko Hasegawa uses Japanese fans, umbrellas, and scarves as props along with her unique style of dance based on the ancient Noh theater dancing. Chris Merwin plays ancient Zen Buddhist meditation music along with classical and folk on the bamboo flute. Performers wear kimonos and historical/cultural info. is given.
$501- $1000
Mc Dade, Ed Singin' on the Rails Music,
Performing Arts- Storytelling,
Performing Arts- Other
Boomers, Gandy Dancers, Steel Drivers, Greaseballs, Hogheads, Section Bosses and Road Masters come alive in the songs and stories of the resolute men who built, inhabited, maintained and ran the railroads during the Age of Steam. Ed McDade sings and plays guitar, banjo, harmonica and rhythm instruments. He breathes life into the old songs and tall tales of the Irish immigrants and African American work gangs whose hard labor, ingenuity and bravery made the railroads possible. This presentation will be part talk, part drama/comedy and part musical performance. The program includes songs like Pat Works on the Erie, Wreck of Old 97, Cannonball Blues, John Henry, Railroad Bill and stories like Casey Jones, Finnigan to Flannigan and O'Callahan's Solution.
$351- $500
Clive, Young, Video Killed The Radio Star: The History of Music Videos, 1930-Today History,
Media- Video,
Music
This fast-paced program traces the development of the music video, from the movie shorts of yesteryear up to the big-budget clips of today. The program is illustrated by dozens of music videos from all musical genres, and includes a fun Powerpoint presentation. Topics covered include:

  • The evolution of music clips, from the 1930s to today;
  • How MTV launched and succeeded against the odds;
  • How videos and MTV changed pop culture forever;
  • The Top 10 music video clichés;
  • How the web ‘viral video’ craze is reinventing music clips;
    …and much more.

    As a highlight, the program profiles the top music video directors, showing how artists such as Dali and Magritte, and classic films like Apocalypse Now and Casablanca influenced their visions and techniques. Special attention is paid to the golden age of music videos, which began on August 1, 1981, when MTV played its very first clip, Video Killed The Radio Star, by the Buggles.

    Your patrons will discover they’ve been watching a lot more than just pop songs!

  • $201- $350
    Lin, Caryn Bach 2 Rock Music
    Bach 2 Rock "A one-woman musical extravaganza," Caryn Lin is in a class all her own. With a 5-string electric violin, sound effects, looping and a lot of help from the audience and her multi-talented sound engineer (who also plays electric guitar and electronic drums), Caryn transforms solo sound into a mind-boggling musical experience. This 3-dimensional sound magic is performed right before your eyes and ears. Part rock concert, part self-esteem builder, and part interactive music education, Caryn spins stories and music together to make the program as powerful as it is entertaining! The Bach 2 Rock program is now approaching its 5th full year in performance!
    $501- $1000
    Julty, Dagen "Rock with your Tot!" Music
    A high energy, creative experience for toddlers including fingerplays, participatory songs, creative movement and lots of fun with Happy Dan. Depending upon the group we might have a puppet show, scarf dancing, instrument play, rhymes, jokes, clowning around, a talent show or a parade. This program is both educational and recreational. Happy Dan bring over 15 years experience with the younger ones to this upbeat, energetic event.
    $201- $350
    Clough, Geoff The Life & Times of Burt Bacharach History,
    Music
    This program is full of trivia & history. Includes his workings with Hal David & Dionne Warwick. The music is in a sing along format. Lyric sheets are available. Song titles include: Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head, Walk On By, The Look Of Love, What Do You Get When You Fall In Love,I Say A Little Prayer & more.
    $101- $200
    TheatreworksUSA, - SKIPPYJON JONES Literature- Other,
    Music,
    Performing Arts- Theater
    Skippyjon Jones wants to be the best Chihuahua ever. The only problem: he's actually a Siamese cat! Skippyjon's wild imagination takes over and he becomes El Skippito Bandito, the greatest canine sword fighter in Mexico! Skippyjon Jones is an enchanting musical about unleashing your powerful imagination and following your dreams.
    $1001- $3000
    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
    Epstein Kravis, Anna Spooky Tunes For Halloween Song & Puppetry Concert Music,
    Performing Arts- Storytelling,
    Performing Arts- Puppetry
    Halloween songs and stories designed to delight and not frighten little ones, while thoroughly entertaining older children. A Halloween favorite at libraries for years, this program includes synthesizer keyboard, puppets, lots of participation-- including all the ingredients to make a wonderful Spooky Stew! Children may be invited to come in costume! Great Halloween fun for ages 3-8!
    $501- $1000
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