Students discover that “Even very large goals are possible when separated into many small tasks,” in this laugh-while-you-learn program.
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A highly interactive performance exploring not only the history of jazz, but also various forms of this uniquely American musical genre.
A “jazzed up” rendition of holiday favorites! Dynamic and snappy, this musical performance will have everyone snapping their fingers and singing along to seasonal tunes new and old.
A “jazzed up” r
Created by Meteorologist Andy Parker, this performance will quite literally bring the weather into your school! The Weather Machine is capable of producing all types of weather, from actual tornados &
21st Century Learning Skills presented by PUSH’ s team of talented ‘human sculptures’ using acrobatic strength, stunning physicality and emotional depth. Core subjects such as physical science, liter
Starting with Balafons of Guinea in Western Africa, members of Diaspora Drumming perform music for xylophones and marimbas of the African Diaspora. The performance includes music from Guinea, Guatema
African and Latin American cultures are indelibly linked through drumming, song, and dance. Our performance follows musical paths from Western Africa to Cuba, Brazil, Puerto Rico and Mexico. These p
Concert cellist Nancy Baun pairs with a pianist to explore the connection between storytelling and music in this interactive program. Beginning with a short work by Lukas Foss, the artists describe th
What do you draw or paint when you’ re listening to the Beatles, as opposed to Brahms? How does live musical performance inspire visual self-expression? Concert cellist Nancy Baun guides students thro
With period costumes, demonstrations of materials and techniques, and an examination of the creative process of kitemaking, the artist uses kites to illustrate Japan’ s tradition, folk art and history