Introducing students to the excitement of live performances
How Andy Found His Voice
by Caroline Altman
Four singers (soprano, mezzo, tenor, baritone) and one pianist present a 50-minute participatory musical play that follows Andy in his journey to discover his metaphorical and physical voice. During this delightful show, students are introduced to the origins and history of opera, entertained by arias, duets and quartets from grand opera repertoire, and participate in the chorus "Va Pensiero" from Verdi’s Nabucco.
SPACE AND TIME
This 50-minute show will be performed in area venues and can also be booked for presentation at local schools and other venues. A large performance space with a piano in good working order is required.
How Andy Found His Voice will be available for school bookings March through May 2015. Details of performances at area venues will be updated on our website as they become available.
Ages 9-15, for an audience of 20-800 students.
$1,200 per performance for local bookings. Financial aid is available for qualifying schools.
Flute for Two
In this interactive production, a team of two costumed singers entice children with the classic tale of The Magic Flute while also teaching them about singing technique, stage presence and character expression.
SPACE AND TIME
This 45-minute show can be booked for presentation at local schools and venues. A large performing space and a sound system are required.
Ages 4-10, for audiences up to 100.
$450 per performance. Financial aid is available for qualifying schools.