Load up the tubas, trumpets and trombones! Solid Brass is taking you on a musical, geographical vacation from “Sea to Shining Sea.”
In the same format as Where in the World? - this program takes the audience on a journey through the good old USA using music and a power-point presentation.
Seeing our country as more than states on a map will spark an interest in geography, as this multi-media, interactive program thoroughly involves students in the “game” of guessing Where in the Country? Listening skills and concentration are needed to determine the location being communicated through the music.
The program includes a review of the trumpet, trombone, tuba, and horn and a description of sound production. Students will have fun and learn, in a unique way, a little more about America The Beautiful.
|Where In The World Is…Solid Brass?|
SOLID BRASS is hitting the road with their maps, tubas and trumpets to go on a musical, geographical vacation – and you are invited!
This multi-media, interactive program will thoroughly involve students. Listening skills and concentration are needed to determine the location being communicated through the music in this guessing “game” of Where in the World?
Where in The World? opens with the Olympic Fanfare and proceeds to take the audience on a whirlwind musical tour of the 5 original major continents – The Americas, Africa, Europe, Asia and Australia.
Along with rousing music and an exciting PowerPoint presentation - Solid Brass shares a little about the culture and geography of these five continents that competed in the original modern Olympic games.
The program includes a review of the trumpet, trombone, tuba, and horn and a description of sound production. So much fun, students will not realize how much they are learning!
|Women: Back To The Future|
In this motivational, musical program, Kate Campbell Stevenson brings to life a diverse group of historical American women, emphasizing how they overcame their own personal and/or societal barriers to obtain their goals.
With song, monologue, and movement, each woman’s distinct character springs to life. The program features dramatic portrayal, music and poetry. Clever costume and make-up changes create magical transitions between historical time periods with interactive audience participation. A question & answer session follows the performance.
Each presentation of Women: Back to the Future features three (3) of the following role models: Abigail Adams, First Lady and women’s rights advocate; Marion Anderson, singer and civil rights activist; Louise Arner Boyd, Arctic explorer; Rose Crabtree, Council Member Jackson Hole Wyoming's 1920 All-women Town Council; Rachel Carson, award-winning writer and environmentalist; Bessie Coleman, the first African-American, male or female, to earn a pilot’s license; Eleanor Roosevelt, First Lady, women's and civil rights advocate, humanitarian; Sacajawea, Native American guide and interpreter; Lucy Stone, abolitionist and suffragette; and Alice Paul, a 20th Century suffragette from New Jersey.
Grades K-3 & 4-12; College & Adult Program Also Available
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