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Sprout, Jonathan The Dr. Music Confidence Concert History,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
“THE DR. MUSIC CONFIDENCE CONCERT” A fast paced, interactive, participatory concert where GRAMMY Nominee Jonathan Sprout performs songs from his award-winning albums: Dr. Music and On The Radio as well as a song each from American Heroes, More American Heroes and American Heroes #3 CD. Messages focus on self-esteem. Humor and spontaneity abound ... an excellent spark to foster school spirit. “Among the hundreds of children’s performances I have seen and presented, Jonathan Sprout’s was the most engaging, fun-filled and informative!” Peter Lesnik, Director Norris Theater, Palos Verdes, CA REFERENCES: 1) Bardonia Elementary School, Bardonia, NY Alba D’Ambrosio, Cultural Arts, 845-624-4327 2) Libery Elementary School, Valley Cottage, NY Holly Corey, PTA, 845-304-9612 3) Strawtown Elementary School, West Nyack, NY Chel Bernstein, PTA, 845-639-1973
$501- $1000
Roben, Terri Roben/Kosek Jazz & Blues History,
We play jazz and blues from the 1920's to the 1960's, including some Latin sambas. We can also play contemporary folk and pop. Terri Roben is the vocalist and also plays some percussion and rhythm guitar. MaryAnn Kosek is the lead guitarist. Brenda Fisher joins in with upright or electric bass when she is available.
$201- $350
Rosenberg, Paul Homespun Community Dancing with Peter, Paul & George Multicultural- Other,
Performing Arts- Dance
Come kick up your heels to live fiddle music! Enjoy a tradition of community dancing and music handed down from generation to generation. Everyone gets involved – from ages 2 to 102 (especially those who have not danced before) -- in easy-to-learn American barn dance favorites: circles, squares, contras, as well as folk dances from around the world, like Ireland, Russia, Turkey, Israel, Tahiti, Mexico, France, Scandinavia, China and Africa. The toe-tapping tunes consist of reels, jigs, polkas, hornpipes and waltzes. Instruments may include fiddle, banjo, flute, pennywhistle, clarinet, guitar, piano, recorder, percussion, and more. While participation in the dancing is encouraged -- it's hard to sit still -- it's also fun to just watch and listen to the music. This program helps children develop an awareness of our traditional way of life - when people lived without electricity and had to make their own entertainment - and discusses the origins, sounds and uses of traditional instruments. The Family Dance usually includes a short sit-down period to talk about the dancing, music, instruments, and cultures. Here's a video sample of a family dance:
$351- $500
Grudko, Marian Beatrix Potter’s classic “The Tale of Jemima Puddle-duck” Music,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Beatrix Potter’s classic “The Tale of Jemima Puddle-duck” performed by Marian Grudko and
 accompanied by Marian’s original musical score “A magical combination of story and music” Potter’s tale is presented word for word,
 but included in the score are two songs with original lyrics: “Jemima” 
about the pretty duck who wished to hatch her own eggs, and 
“I’m The Fox” a hilarious soliloquy by the “bushy, long-tailed gentleman,” 
who thinks himself irresistible and invites Jemima 
to a dinner party, “all to ourselves!” And you will be captivated by the bewitching
 “Waltz of Jemima and the Fox.”
$201- $350
Bromka, Sondra & John Merry Old English Music & Dances To Welcome in the Spring Multicultural- Other,
Performing Arts- Dance
Participatory songs, dances, and magical traditions of Merrie Olde England that help celebrate the arrival of this loveliest season of the year. Seasonal concert/workshop combination. By request, program can be expanded to include traditional maypole dancing (see below)
$351- $500
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
Dayan, Nomi Sounds of the Night Music,
Nature- Animals,
Explore how whales and nocturnal animals use the amazing world of sounds to get around in the dark. Touch a whale earbone and test your own ears by trying hands-on sound experiment stations with tuning forks, vibrating shakers, and other instruments. Create your own musical instrument.
$101- $200
Smith, Lester Presley and Melody's Interactive Concerts Music
Presley and Melody capture the hearts of children and families through their interactive, upbeat and dynamic musical performance. Their music, the instantaneous audience connection, and the creative use of Visual Props and a Musical Story Drop Screen transform “Spectators” to “Participators” - an engaging concert experience for all ages to enjoy. During their concert "Reading" is promoted by on-screen pop-up lyrics synchronized to their creative, original music.
$351- $500
Rosenbaum, Harold Readings and Music for the Season of Advent Music
The Canticum Novum Singers (, now in its 36th season under conductor Harold Rosenbaum, presents a concert of music and readings for the season of Advent. Six centuries of choral music by Monteverdi, Bruckner, Britten, Palestrina, and others will be presented.
$1001- $3000
merwin, chris popular songs of the last 50 years by Chris Merwin Music,
Performing Arts- Other
Oldies and standards performed on electric guitar and vocals. A wonderful mix of old classics including Sinatra, Nat Cole, Temptations, Elvis, Stevie Wonder, the Beatles, and more. Can also include classic reggae and calypso with the steel drum. Realistic sounding backing tracks of bass and drums are used making me sound just like a full band. All tracks are played in the proper style of each song and nothing sounds fake or synthesized.
$351- $500
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