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Cavanaugh, Deb Express Yourself in Song (For the 2009 Summer Reading Program) Life Skills- Other,
Literature- Creative Writing,
Through the use of rhyming exercises and brainstorming techniques, groups of teens can work together on lyrics. If time permits, we will set those lyrics to music. A longer and more in-depth program can be arranged.
$351- $500
Sonny and Perley, Sonny and Perley I'll Take Romance History,
Performing Arts- Other
I’ll take Romance-Songs of love, romance and heartache Sonny and Perley along with bassist Tom Charlap present a concert about what makes the world go round. Drawing from a wealth of music from around the world sung in some of the romance languages as well as in English, this concert presents the many faces of love ( young love, old love, unrequited love, comedic, obsessive, etc ) as seen through the eyes of world renowned composers such as Cole Porter, Richard Rogers, Burt Bacharach, Edith Piaf, Antonio Carlos Jobim, and others.
$351- $500
Lajewski, Chris Tune Into Nature: A Dig Into Reading Summer Program Music,
Nature- Environment,
Performing Arts- Storytelling
Chris the Guitarist brings traditional sing-along songs, humorous stories, and Native American tales alive with his acoustic guitar and uplifting spirit. He has delighted audiences around New York State with songs like This Land is Your Land, The Fox, The Beaver Call, Owl Moon, Mother Nature Made a Forest, Boom Chicka Boom, and many more favorites! Audiences have enjoyed being transported to another time during Chris’ lively telling of The Three Billy Goat’s Gruff and How Crawdad Got it’s Eyes. Chris will get you singing along and laughing it up! Reviews: The interactive nature of the program was the most enjoyable for both the children and parents. Your sing along songs were a great hit. I thought the program was great! - Central NY United Way. This program is perfect for our group. They get right into the activities and songs. - Wayland Free Library. It was clear that the children enjoyed themselves a great deal while learning at the same time. - Guernsey Memorial Public Library. What a wonderful performance last week; all loved it. You relate so great with the kids; a success. - Meco Elementary School.
$201- $350
Kingsley, Cyndi Carmen Banana Music
Cyndi Kingsley singing songs with a Latin beat from the 1930s-1950s. Costume worn to resemble Carmen Miranda. This show might include but is not limited to songs such as: I Yi Yi Blue Bayou Besame Mucho Whatever Lola Wants Margaritaville Sway Save The Last Dance For Me
$101- $200
Clough, Geoff Around the World with Music Multicultural- Other,
Songs from around the world presented on a music keyboard with various accompaniment rhythms and with instruments from different cultures of the world. Some songs are taught, some are instrumental for listening and/ or dancing or for creative movement. Every continent (even Antartica!) is covered by songs from different countries with history, stories and child/parent and entertainer participation. We have a limbo party and a hula (hoop) contest. About 30 countries are visited and marked on a large world map to show the location.
Up to $100
Ceceri, Kathy Create an Electric Cardboard Orchestra! Music,
Performing Arts- Other,
Learn the basics of music -- AND computer programming -- by writing your own songs on electronic 'instruments' you make yourself! STEM educator Kathy Ceceri, author of books on low-tech electronics projects for kids including 'Making Simple Robots' and 'Paper Inventions,' will show you how to design and build cardboard instruments and how to write the code that makes them work. This workshop uses Makey Makey, a control board that lets you use any conductive object as a computer interface, and the drag-and-drop programming language SCRATCH. Get a fun introduction to notes, beats, and different families of instruments, as well as computer programming! Ages 8 and up.
$351- $500
DuBois, Betsy Ball in the House Music
Ball in the House is 5 guys -5 voices – that’s it! You probably recognize this popular a cappella group from their Cool Whip commercials, appearance on the TODAY show or America's Got Talent or one of their CD’s or live performances across the US. Besides offering a curriculum based study guide, they also offer educational performances, workshops, and fundraisers, featuring your students singing with Ball in the House on stage.
$1001- $3000
Willis, Audrey Songs of Christmas Past with mondoRAJ History,
Music is the background of our lives. It colors our world and helps to unite us as people. It also reminds us where we've been and how we've overcome during troubled times and how we've thrived in good times. mondoRAJ performs songs from several decades. Including songs influenced by our troops being overseas. How these songs attempted to give us hope for a return to normalcy. While other songs existed just to bring us joy. We play a selection Holiday songs performed in a jazzy style. Songs may include White Christmas, I'll be Home for Christmas, Deck the Halls... and many more! We can add more children oriented songs based on the number of children in the audience. But we also remember than anyone can be a child at heart.
$351- $500
Foreman, Jon The Defibrillators Band Music,
Performing Arts- Other
Aging Baby Boomers now have a band whose music reflects their refusal to grow old gracefully. As pioneers of Senior Citizen Rock and Blue-Haired Blues, The Defibrillators poke good-natured fun at the foils and foibles of aging in their contagious blues-based rock originals. Billing themselves as “the World’s Oldest Boy Band”. Their high caliber of musicianship is offset only by their subtle theatrics during live performances. Their eponymous CD has garnered rave reviews from The New York Times, Newsday, LI Press, Good Times, LI Entertainment, Aural Fix and other local press. All the good fun aside, The Defibrillators have rightfully been called a Super group by the press. The members of the band are all highly accomplished musicians who have made their mark on the music scene.
$501- $1000
Handy, Spook Ground Breaking Troubadours History,
Performing Arts- Other
Spook Handy has been called “a modern day troubadour in the style of Pete Seeger and Phil Ochs.” In fact, Spook’s style of acoustic guitar, harmonica and singing fits right in with the Ground Breaking Troubadours of the 20th Century – Woody Guthrie, Pete Seeger, Peter Paul and Mary, Phil Ochs and others – who paved the path for thousands of acoustic songwriters and folk musicians to follow. This program tells the history of America through songs that were often the first of their kind. Many of the songs in this program and the stories behind them were taught to Spook by his mentor Pete Seeger.
$501- $1000
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