This program focuses on music and folklore from New York State’ s history, with a special emphasis on the Erie Canal. The Hill Brothers use humor, enjoyable period songs, and lots of audience participation to lead students on a fun-filled musical trip across the State.
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For the youngest audiences, this special thirty-minute program uses singing, clapping, entertaining skits and interactive stories to engage students, while also imparting lessons on how to be a respectful audience.
Songs, folklore and humor from the Appalachian Mountains provide students with a rich taste of their American heritage. Featuring traditional and “homemade” instruments, including spoons, washboard, string bass, mandolin, dulcimer, acoustic guitar, and the ever-popular washtub bass, the show invites laughter, clapping and singing along to great old American folk songs.
A fun-filled, entertaining concert emphasizing the value of respect and responsibility. Using original songs, interactive dialogue, full-tilt humor and student activities, the artists demonstrate that good character is cool!
High-energy assembly program designed to raise student enthusiasm for reading. Using singable, original rock & roll songs (and a disco tune!) the artists deliver a clear message that reading is not only fun and accessible to everyone, but also helps us embark on new adventures!
This inclusive performance entertains while imparting the importance of a healthy diet, exercise, and avoiding drugs. With catchy songs and fun, interactive activities, the Hill Brothers provide friendly advice and get the kids moving at the same time.