Join Dave Ruch, noted teaching artist and performer, to explore this forgotten and sometimes confusing chapter in America’s early history.
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Bring the history of the Erie Canal to life! The Traveling Museum consists of artifacts from the mid 1800s through the turn of the century.
Explore the Caribbean through the popular and exciting rhythms of Son, Mambo, Cha Cha Cha, Merengue and Salsa.
A fun, educational and experiential journey into the soul of Latin music and dance, which will surely inspire your students to preserve these traditional art forms for future generations.
Learn about the magical, amazing co-creation of Latin dance through the Diaspora.
Take a musical ride along the Erie Canal! A picture is painted with songs and instruments from the early times of the Canal. The program celebrates the waterway that changed 19th Century America.
It’ s 1848 and Nancy Freeman, a wife, mother and former slave, is traveling in her husbands boat down the Erie Canal to be part of the Women’ s Convention in Seneca Falls, NY.
Through music, rhythms, stories and a smattering of history, Miché Fambro encourages young people toward creative self-expression.
Explore these uniquely American musical styles.
Doug Yeomans presents his solo show on both the electric and acoustic guitar, sharing his infectious enthusiasm for the world’ s most popular instrument.