In this workshop, Ntare Ali Gault emphasizes how exploring one’s own family story can be a powerful tool for understanding the history of slavery in the United States.
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During this performance One World Tribe takes the audience on an urban music voyage from around the world.
Music is a universal language, but what does that really mean? Students join in the performance with musicians who have traveled across the world. This program is all about communication through music.
Explore the Caribbean through the popular and exciting rhythms of Son, Mambo, Cha Cha Cha, Merengue and Salsa.
At last, a show that educates every age group about what they can do to save the planet! Students will also learn why the rainforest is so important to all of us, even though it is so far away.
In full elfen regalia, Susie the Elf leads a festive holiday sing-along. This performance features songs from around the world, including Feliz Navidad, the Dreidel Song, Oh Tanenbaum, and others.
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.
Mama Earth sings about composting, gardening, hiking, bird-watching, fossil hunting, and recycling!
A spoken word performance of original, personal poetry and stories by an award-winning playwrite and poet.
A solo Hip-Hop musical performance and love poem. The artist illustrates her relationship with the women who raised her, based on childhood memories and the voices of three generations of mothers.